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1981 Azrak Hamway International Catalog

1979 Azrak Hamway International

1981 Azrak Hamway InternationalAzrak hamway International was one of the biggest Rack Toy companies in the world, with a mulititude of licensed products. They were also the parent company for Remco in the 1970's, while AHI provided lower priced toys for places such as dimestores, catalogs and gift shops, Remco would work on the higher dollar items for department stores and christmas catalogs. This relationship would last well into the eighties.

1981 seemed to be a year of retraction for AHI, not many new items were added, although the majority were again Superhero based and frankly, a little weird. The Universal Monsters appeared again after a long absence, the action figure side being now handled by Remco. In two more years, AHI would fold completely into Remco. This section would not have been possible without the help of Mike Jimenez.

Azrak Hamway is featured in large part in our upcoming book "Rack Toys: Cheap, Crazed Playthings" coming December 2012. For more information please click here.

Click on the images below to see larger pages with descriptions:

Azrak Hamway
Crayon Merchandise
Azrak Hamway
Neck Pets
Azrak Hamway
Super Hero Parachutes
Azrak Hamway
Super Hero Helicopters

Azrak Hamway
Monster Flashlights
Azrak Hamway
Azrak Hamway
Superhero Motorcycles
Azrak Hamway
Spider Copter

Azrak Hamway
Star Trek Lost in Space
Azrak Hamway
Zoom Cycles
Azrak Hamway
Spider Car

Azrak Hamway Index on PlaidStallions/

1977  AHI Toy Catalog
1976  AHI Toy Catalog
1977  AHI Toy Catalog
1979  AHI Toy Catalog

Universal MOnster toys by AHI
Monster Gallery
Batman Toys by AHI
Batman Gallery
Star Trek Toys by AHI
Star Trek Gallery
Planet of the Apes Toys by AHI
Planet of the Apes Gallery
Spider-Man Toys by AHI
Marvel Comics Gallery
Space:1999 Toys by AHI
Space:1999 Gallery

rack toys the new book from plaidstallions

Our book "Rack Toys: Cheap, Crazed Playthings" is a love letter to toys produced by Azrak Hamway.