This is very good quality Flyin-Saucer from Southern California Plastic's
from 1954. No packaging but this gunmetal blue color is the only known version
of this disc in existence. As always we indicate that the rarity of these discs
per our knowledge. Which is based on a fair amount of research but certainly we
hope there are hidden treasures still out in the public. We just don't know about
them yet. Let us know if you have information that might be helpful in documenting
the history of flying disc production.
This is a collection of some of the first and most unique flying discs ever manufactured.
From the collection of Joel Rogers these discs are priced according to condition
and rarity of the disc. With the recent passing of Walter Fred Morrison we felt
it was timely to present and display the progression of flying disc history from
a manufacturing standpoint. This particular section are all discs from the original
Pipco mold which produced the first plastic flying discs in 1948. Although these
discs have been researched thoroughly we are always interested in new information.
The majority of our information comes from Phil Kennedy's book "Flat Flip Flies Straight"