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1997 Boxed Cracker Jack Baseball Doll With All Accessories
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1997 Boxed Cracker Jack Baseball Doll With All Accessories
Cracker Jack   Sailor Jack   Doll   Advertising   Character   Borden   Premium   Prize   Nostalgic
There are (4) pictures showing views of this 1997 Boxed Cracker Jack Baseball Doll With All Accessories. The doll is a licensed product of Borden, Inc.. The doll has never been removed from the box. The accessories were taken out only to take the below pictures.

In the first picture the inner and outer box are shown. The second picture shows the opened box and the included accessories. The third picture shows a closer view of the accessories. The fourth picture shows two more sides of the inner box. The protective outer shipping box has some wear, but all of the contents are in mint condition.

The doll is vinyl and measures about 16-1/2" tall. It comes dressed in a baseball uniform with a shirt, jacket (with CJ patch), pants, socks, sneakers, and hat (with CJ patch). There is a protective hair net on his head and the doll comes with an adjustable metal stand. The doll has a musical device inside that plays the famous song "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" however, because of age, the battery will need to be replaced.

The Bingo dog figure is made of resin. It is painted and marked on the bottom. It comes in the smaller box pictured the doll. He measures about 5-1/2" tall

There is a hang tag that has pictures inside of the Doll Artist Linda Steele, and Bingo Sculptor Pat Kolesar. I had worked on some of the included paperwork, miniature Cracker Jack box, and provided the prizes to be reproduced for the doll. There were (10) different 1910's - 1930's pot metal / lead Cracker Jack prizes that were reproduced to be included with these dolls and one was included with each. This particular doll has a French Horn prize. Also included is a miniature Cracker Jack box, a wooden baseball bat, and paperwork. The paperwork consists of sheets with "A BRIEF HISTORY OF CRACKER JACK", "YOUR CRACKER JACK PRIZE", and a picture showing how to pose the Sailor Jack Baseball Doll.

The box is also lined with printed Cracker Jack logo paper. Below that paper is shown rolled back. The entire outer box measures 8-3/4" x 23-3/4" x 6-3/4". All items except the outer box are in mint condition.

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