Dutch Retro: Part Four

Welcome to part four in our series of 1980s toys as advertised in the Netherlands. Catalogue scans are from Dutch editions of Speelboom Club Journal, De Speelboom and Intertoys Speelboek.


Cosmic Cowboys action figures

Cosmic Cowboys action figures. Speelboom Club Journal. 1987. Netherlands.

G.I. Joe action figures

G.I. Joe action figures. Speelboom Club Journal. 1987.

Ninja action figures

Ninja action figures. Speelboom Club Journal. 1987.

Fleur dolls

Fleur dolls. Speelboom Journal. 1987.

Barbie dolls

Barbie dolls. 1987. Intertoys. Netherlands.

Dream Girl USA dolls

Dream Girl USA. De Speelboom. 1987.

Art, stationery, office, Britains, Darda, Nikko, die cast, outdoor
Thundercats pistols and utility belts

Thundercats pistols, swords and utility belts. Speelboom Club Journal. 1987.

Board Games

Board games. Intertoys Speelboek. 1987.

Rubik’s Magic

Rubik’s Magic. Speelboom Club Journal. 1986.

Trolls and Twinkelpinkels
Fisher-Price Construx

Construx. De Speelboom. 1987.


Thanks for going Dutch with us! join us again soon for more 80s toy goodness 🙂

10 thoughts on “Dutch Retro: Part Four

  1. Paul Bowler

    Spook Slot and Hotel, we had those games. Spook Slot was called something different though, haunted house or something. It was a fun game, and the board and walls of the house had great spooky pictures on it. I think Hotel was a bit like Monopoly, but with bigger buildings you could make 🙂

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      1. Paul Bowler

        I think it was one of those names for the haunted house game. I remember you put the ball down the chimney. it would go into one of the four rooms and start a traps, like wobbly floor boards, or you’d get hit by the witches broom, or the ball would come rattling down the stair case. It was a lot of fun to play 🙂

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  2. For Tyeth

    Hi TVTA, I fondly remember the Rubik’s Magic, I know it’s secret! And I solved it in the days before YouTube tutorials and the like! But I should have been able to as I used to be an amateur magician and could perform the “Linking Rings” trick 😀 !

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