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Sesame Street Fisher Price Vintage 1970s Figurines

Are your vintage “Little People” toxic? Sesame Street Friends, Vintage (c. 1970s) Fisher Price Little People

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 […]

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#LeadFree: Vintage (c. 1970s) Fisher Price Sesame Street Grover Monster

Vintage (c. 1970s) Fisher Price Sesame Street Grover Monster: Lead (Pb): ND (non-detect) Cadmium (Cd): ND (non-detect) Mercury (Hg): ND (non-detect) Arsenic (As): ND (non-detect) Please check out the other Sesame Street things I have tested here! Please check out more of the vintage Fisher Price toys I have tested here! Thanks for reading! As always, please […]

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Vintage (c. 1970s?) Fisher Price Little People Sesame Street Ernie

#Leaded: Vintage (c. 1970s?) Fisher Price Little People Sesame Street Ernie

Vintage (c. 1970s) Fisher Price Sesame Street Ernie: Red body: Lead (Pb): 30 +/- 13 ppm Cadmium (Cd): 3,153 +/- 65 ppm. Orange head: Lead (Pb): ND (non-detect) Cadmium (Cd): 3,394 +/- 74 ppm. Due to the very high cadmium levels this would not be considered a safe toy for a child by modern standards. […]

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Vintage (c. 1970s?) Fisher Price Little People Sesame Street Bert

#Leaded: Vintage (c. 1970s?) Fisher Price Little People Sesame Street Bert

Vintage (c. 1970s?) Fisher Price Sesame Street Bert… Green body: Lead (Pb):  5,015 +/- 103 ppm Arsenic (As): 120 +/- 56 ppm  Cadmium (Cd): ND (non-detect/negative) Mercury (Hg): ND (non-detect/negative) Face: Lead (Pb): ND (non-detect/negative) Cadmium (Cd) 35 +/- 10 ppm Arsenic: ND (non-detect/negative) Mercury (Hg): ND (non-detect/negative) All components non-detect (negative) for Mercury This toy would NOT be […]

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#LeadSafe: Vintage (1970s?) Sesame Street Fisher Price Little People Doll – Maria?

Vintage Fisher Price Sesame Street Lady… (not sure if this is supposed to be Maria or not!) Hair: 28 +/- 6 ppm lead. This amount of lead is considered safe by all standards. All other components: Non-detect for Cadmium, Lead, Arsenic & Mercury. Please check out the other Sesame Street things I have tested here! […]

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#Leaded: Vintage Fisher Price “Count” Doll,

Vintage Fisher Price Sesame Street “Count” Doll. Green body: 764 +/- 27 ppm lead. Black hair: 30 +/- 6 ppm lead. Face: 15 +/- 7 ppm lead. – Thanks for reading! Tamara Check out the test results of more things I have tested here: https://tamararubin.com/2018/01/index/

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#LeadFree: Vintage Fisher Price Big Bird

Vintage Fisher Price Big Bird doll tested negative for lead, cadmium, arsenic and mercury. #GoFigure!!! – Thanks for reading! Tamara #LeadSafeMama Check out the test results of more things I have tested here: https://tamararubin.com/2018/01/index/

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#Leaded & #Cadmium, Vintage 1970 Malibu Francie

I picked up this Malibu Francie doll at a vintage toy store. She was naked so I decided to buy her some modern clothes (#ThankYouWalmart!) [The lasted time I posted pics of a naked vintage Barbie and her lead levels I got a lot of complaints from some of my more conservative followers on social […]

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#LeadFree: 1958 Baby New Year Kewpie Celluloid Doll “Irwin” #Cadmium

This little doll tested positive for cadmium (Cd) 164 +/- 17 ppm. 40 ppm cadmium is considered toxic by modern standards for a child’s toy. I was really surprised to find this was not positive for lead! Here’s a link to a modern likely #LeadFree version of a similar doll on Amazon! Here are more […]

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#Cadmium: Vintage 1940s Nancy Ann Storybook Doll, Princess/ Bride

This vintage (1940s) Nancy Ann Storybook doll (princess? bride?) has a painted face that is 975 +/- 35  ppm cadmium. Her hair was also positive for cadmium at 893 +/- 34 ppm. The amount of cadmium that is considered toxic/unsafe in an item made for children today is 40 ppm lead and higher. Read more […]

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