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Bill Ding balancing clowns
Bill Ding balancing clowns

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Posted by CJ at 1:34 pm (PDT) on Wed May 13, 2015   
@Bob Wilson Jr - LOL Your list of favorites is exactly the same as mine.
Posted by Bob Wilson Jr at 9:47 am (PDT) on Wed April 21, 2010   
One of my favorite toys as a child, along with Lincoln Logs, Tinker Toys, Erector Sets, Lionel Trains, and American Bricks (which were a predecessor to Legos).
Posted by Duff at 3:50 pm (PDT) on Tue September 15, 2009   
I had a great deal of fun with these when I was a kid. In 1994, when our daughter was born, I did a bit of searching on the web and, to my delight, found that they were still available! It turns out, though, that the ones I had as a kid were a smaller "Bill Ding Jr." set, and beside being smaller, they had one big (to me, anyhow) advantage; each one could stand on its head. This added to the variety of balancing patterns that could be made. I don't know why the larger version had a different head shape.

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