Fisher Price
Featured Toy

#515 Pushy Pat
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1933-1935

1933
6 Wheels


1933 - No Arm Litho


1934-1935


1934-1935
Arm Litho


1934-1935


1934-1935


1934-1935

Description: In 1933 Fisher-Price introduced it's very first train engine with the #515 Pushy Pat. The train engine is made of solid wood construction with a wooden dog engineer name Pat at the controls. When pushed, Pet swings his arm and rings the train engine's bell loudly. In 1934 Pushy Pat was slightly trimmed 1/2" shorter in height and 1" shorter in length.
Accessories:
  • 1933-1933 - FPT4269 - Wooden train engine with a long round blue boiler, a black smoke stack on the top front and top back of the boiler (2 black wooden smokestacks) , a metal bell on top, and a red rectangular wooden base that rolls on 6 yellow wooden wheels. The train has a wooden dog engineer at the controls named Pat. Pat has bright four-color lithography on the sides of a dog with a white face, brown ears, black nose, rosey cheeks. Pat has a lithograph blue engineer hat with a black bill, a red long-sleeve shirt, a green and white checkered bandanna around his neck, blue overalls, and a lantern by his side. Pat has 2 red wooden arms, one of which rings the bell on top of the train engine while the train is rolling. There is a hole in Pat's back for the removable push stick. Measures 8" high, 12" long, 4-1/2" wide. *See "Variations" below.
  • FPT4814 - Blue wooden 18" long push stick with a red wooden knob on the end and screw treads on the other end.
Variations:
  • 1934-1935 - FPT19816 - Wooden train engine with a long round blue boiler, a black wooden smoke stack on the top front of the boiler, a metal bell on top, and a red rectangular wooden base that rolls on 4 yellow wooden wheels. The train has a wooden dog engineer at the controls named Pat. Pat has bright four-color lithography on the sides of a dog with a white face, brown ears, black nose, rosey cheeks. Pat has a lithograph blue engineer hat with a black bill, a red long-sleeve shirt, a green and white checkered bandanna around his neck, blue overalls, and a lantern by his side. Pat has 2 red wooden arms, one of which rings the bell on top of the train engine while the train is rolling. One arm is marked with a black rectangular Fisher-Price litho. There is a hole in Pat's back for the removable push stick. Measures 7-1/2" high, 11" long, 4-1/2" wide.
Other Information:
  • 1933 retail price was $1.25.
  • 1934-1935 retail price was $1.00.
Please, if you have any information or details about this toy that isn't mentioned above then e-mail us. Thanks!


This Old Toy Fisher Price This Old Toy Fisher Price This Old Toy Fisher Price This Old Toy Fisher Price This Old Toy

This Old Toy
Fisher Price This Old Toy Fisher Price This Old Toy Fisher Price This Old Toy Fisher Price This Old Toy

EMail us at info@thisoldtoy.com

 

© 1998-1999 This Old Toy.Com. All rights reserved.
This Old Toy.Com is not affiliated with Mattel/Fisher-Price or any of it affiliates.