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Toys That Were Made to Be Broken

Remember the shoddy toys you begged your parents to buy while waiting in the supermarket checkout line, then promptly lost interest in before the day's end? Those cheap plastic knock-offs have mostly been ignored by collectors, too, consigned to the dustbins of hist…

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