Peter Pan Playthings Ltd
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Peter Pan Playthings Ltd

Peter Pan Playthings Ltd
IndustryToys and games
FateAcquired 1987 by Bluebird Toys
United Kingdom
Key people
Bob Holden, Gareth Morris, Tom Charnock
ProductsBoard games

Peter Pan Playthings Ltd was a British toy company founded in 1963. It bought Salter Science and other assets from the receivers of Thomas Salter Ltd.[1] In 1972 the company reported a £80,000 profit. The following year it was acquired by Berwick Timpo.[2][3]

The company was sold on to Bluebird Toys in 1987, which continued to use the Peter Pan Playthings brand for several years.[4]



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