Do you remember these Sesame Street Friends from when you were a child? I do! (From friend’s houses! My mom never got us toys like this! We were so jealous of all of the other kids who had plastic toys!)
Click on their names to see how much lead, cadmium, arsenic and mercury each of these vintage (c. 1970s) Sesame Street Friends has!
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Here’s a link to a modern version (likely lead-free!) of Sesame Street figurines on Amazon*!
Tamara Elise Rubin