I adore Colorforms. As a child, when we went to the 5&10 store in my town, the first place I would pass by to see if they had any new sets was the area with the Colorforms. A few of these sets are still in my possession, but I am always on the lookout for older or unique ones that I might have missed out on as a kid. While doing that last night, I stumbled across this gem from Hake’s that I might need to own, a 1963 Colorforms Catalog. According to Hake’s the book is whopping 36 pages long and is filled with products both standard and character branded.
Here are a couple of the pages contained within this magical tome.
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