The Vintage Toy Advertiser began life in 2010 as an obscure blog showcasing French toy adverts. In 2011 TVTA moved to its current WordPress home and began developing a more international style. Today, TVTA’s mission and passion is to digitally showcase as much vintage advertising as it can get its ink-stained fingers on… from toys, to film, to music, to comics, video games, fashion, food and drink promotions, and household goods.
TVTA has a scanning room… archives… an office cat called Wooof… and numerous faulty time machines. In no particular order we like time-travelling, cake, the 1970s, 80s and 90s, coffee, chocolate, books, comics, writing, art and design, music and photography, peace, love, nature, fairies, the stars and space, nonsense, silliness, pizza… and movies that go well with pizza. Oh, and of course vintage toys!
If you like even just one of the aforementioned things then please feel free to join TVTA’s community of 20th century retro lovers!
Thanks for stopping by.
Paul Ford (Editor), Wooof (Office Cat extraordinaire).
Thanks to Jaltesorensen (our special agent in Denmark) and Zerocal (our special agent in Brazil).
Paul Ford is a writer, blogger, drummer, artist, vintage toy archivist, and editor of imperialgunnery.com
Contact thevintagetoyadvertiser @ zoho . com
Discoclaimer: All images are from the personal collection of TVTA unless otherwise stated. Copyright TVTA. Advertising material copyright is subject to the relevant enterprise. TVTA is an ad-free, non-revenue site that aims to serve as an excellent digital archive and resource for vintage advertising materials. TVTA does its best to provide accurate information and wherever possible uses information direct from the enterprise of the featured advertiser. All splellning mistkes courtsey of Wooof. No Ewoks were harmed in the making of this blog but Jar Jar Binks did suffer muchly. We are currently in the process of repairing our time machine and conquering our ridiculous fear of clowns; as such, some adverts you might see may reflect this. For legal enquiries please contact your local police station.