Russian Toys from the 1920’s through the 1950’s



Extraordinary faces on these nested dolls from the Sergiev-Posad museum.  They were created in the 1920's by V.I.Sokolov for the "Association of artists of revolutionary Russia."

0_236f5_e8cf4246_LIt looks like Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon must have spoken Russian.  Image from Retrofuturism.  Looks to be from the 1930's.



Rubber dog toy from the 1950's.  Cute face that reminds me a bit of Droopy Dog.

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