What Toys Did Victorian Children Play with?

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Victorian children are placed in two categories; the poor and the rich children. The poor children made their own toys such as cloth-peg dolls and paper windmills. As for the rich children; girls played with dolls and tea sets whilst boys played with toy soldiers and marbles.
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