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Stickle Bricks (Hasbro, 1969)

Stickle Bricks are construction toys intended for toddlers. They were invented in 1969 by Denys Fisher, an English engineer. Stickle Bricks are owned by Hasbro and currently manufactured by Flair Leisure Products. Stickle Bricks are colorful plastic shapes that have a “brush” of plastic fingers on one or more edges. These fingers interlock allowing the shapes to join together in various ways. Standard sets include various sizes of triangular, square and rectangular pieces. They also include other pieces, such as heads, wheels and teddy bears.