Snap-Quack, model 141, was a pull toy created by Fisher-Price and sold between 1947 and 1949. At the time of its creation, the head moved back and forth and it wobbled when pulled. It is made almost entirely of wood.
Pull-toys have been a form of entertainment for children for many years, becoming popular in America in the early to mid-1900s. Some of the most famous pull toys were created by Fisher-Price and LEGO in the 1930s and were made primarily of wood. The excitement of the toy can still be seen today, with companies creating modern versions for young children.
Fisher-Price Fisher-Price is an American company that produces educational toys for children and infants, headquartered in East Aurora, New York. The company was formed in 1930 and has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mattel since 1993.