TVTA is always pleased to add paperworks from countries it’s never featured before. Today’s post welcomes Greek toy company Mister P which manufactered and distributed toys between the late 60s and the late 70s. According to the Greek Toy Museum Rhodes Mister P made high-quality toys – usually vehicle types, of which the Mini Cooper below was a top-selling example.
Mercedes 450 SE
I can personally attest to the high quality of at least one of their toys: Christmas, 1980-ish, I received from good ol’ Santa the Mercedes 450 SE remote controlled car; a beast of a toy (sizewise almost on par with Action Man vehicles) complete with flashing lights and opening boot/bonnet.
I had no idea that my childhood Mercedes was made by Mister P. So was very pleased to see the inclusion of it in the 23 page catalogue I recently acquired. The catalogue contains a host of road and air vehicles, slot car racing sets and trains. Most of the toys are depicted with some truly delightful artwork. Click to enlarge the images.
Thanks for looking 🙂