To continue my home display picture posts, here are a few more unused shots of my T in a Circle/ Tai Hing toys collection, which I had out for Scoop and Bill to look at the other weekend.
Ever since getting hold of my T in a Circle SWORD Moon prospector and Moon Bus in the early 1990's I have been fascinated by the brand. Sleek and colourful, T in a Circle toys are things of plastic beauty as is the crisp card packaging, testament to the finesse of the Hong Kong toy industry during the 1960's. I hope you agree.
My collection represents just a fraction of all the different T in a Circle toys released. Often confused with Tarheel of America [a T without a circle], you can find out about more of the range on our T in a Circle Toys Checklist created by reader and fellow T fan Arto. Its link is now conveniently stationed at the top of the blog under the header. Check it out. Arto and myself are always on the lookout for more T toys to add to the list so please get in touch if you have one that isn't [most of them have a model number].