Antique Shirley Temple Toys

Shirley Temple was a young American actress that won the hearts of many in the 1930's. Born in 1928, it didn't take this young star long to get onto the silver screen in 1934, playing in Stand Up and Cheer as well as Bright Eyes. Shirley Jane Temple was born in Santa Monica, California and soon became the top grossing movie star during the Great Depression. Even during these difficult financial times, people just couldn't get enough of this cute little girl.


Lot of 4 Ideal Shirley Temple plastic sugar creamer and cups
Lot of 4 Ideal Shirley Temple plastic sugar creamer and cups
$14.99
Shirley Temple Hair Styler Set
Shirley Temple Hair Styler Set
$9.99
1950s IDEAL TOY AND DOLL MINI COLOR CATALOG w SHIRLEY TEMPLE ROY ROGERS
1950s IDEAL TOY AND DOLL MINI COLOR CATALOG w SHIRLEY TEMPLE ROY ROGERS
$9.99
SHIRLEY TEMPLE  MAGNETIC DOLL  C. 1960  GABRIEL   NO. 301
SHIRLEY TEMPLE MAGNETIC DOLL C. 1960 GABRIEL NO. 301
$75.00
Vintage Collectible Shirley Temple Americas Sweetheart Collector Spoon
Vintage Collectible Shirley Temple Americas Sweetheart Collector Spoon
$5.99
RARE vintage SHIRLEY TEMPLE Japanese toy  tin litho SAND PAIL 1930s bucket
RARE vintage SHIRLEY TEMPLE Japanese toy tin litho SAND PAIL 1930s bucket
$750.00

Shirley Temple excelled at dancing and was often given roles that required extensive choreography experience, but she was up for the task. With the help of an African-American dance coach, which was controversial at the time, Shirley Temple was able to learn very complex dance steps and sing at the same time. Shirley Temple starred in a number of films as a child including: Dimples, Curly Top, Our Little Girl, Wee Willie Winkie, Heidi, The Little Princess and Poor Little Rich Girl to name just a few. In total she starred in over 60 films.

One of the most popular antique Shirley Temple toys include dolls fashioned after the iconic child star. Over the past 70+ years since Shirley Temple made her debut dolls have been produced to capture the cute dimples and curly hair of this young star. Other toys popular among children during the 1930's include Shirley Temple dishes, plates and cups.