A sit-upon sled. Fun, if you have extraordinary balance skills. 1951. Invented by Charles J. P. Kotchan.
This looks pretty simple. Sit down, point the "sled" downhill and let gravity do its business. Good luck. 1953. Invented by Albert J. Giannottia.
An ornamental design for a sled. And a useful tool if the need arises to launch munitions down a ski trail. 1956. Invented by Frederic N. Seaver.
A circus seal drinking straw design. 1953. Invented by Milton Dinhofer.
Heave to with this novelty sloop. 1920. Invented by Leonard Romanjello.
An ornamental design assigned to Toy Tinkers, Inc., of Illinois. The rider moves up and down as the pony rolls forward. 1925. Invented by Bar Gutman Rubin.
A roller skate for Heiser Skate Company of Minneapolis, Minn. 1953. Invented by Joseph Korba Jr.
This child's rocket pedal car was designed by Harry Sebel, son of the founder of D. Sebel and Company and the maker of Mobo Toys. Mobo turned out a number of pedal car designs, which are now highly-valued collector's items. 1951. Invented by Harry Sebel.
A children's spring-powered rocket riding toy. 1953. Invented by Leslie C. Peltier.
This is another patent that leaves us wanting more information. This is an ornamental design for a sleigh, but the patent doesn't get into little details like where passengers sit. But it does look like wonderful fun. 1954. Invented by Frederic N. Seaver.