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(10) Different Old Hand Painted Celluloid People Charms
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This item is already sold(10) Different Old Hand Painted Celluloid People Charms
Celluloid   Miniature   Premium   Prize   People Figure   Toy   Charm   Charm Bracelet   Jewelry   Nostalgic
The picture shows a view of all (10) Different Old Hand Painted Celluloid People Charms in this lot. These are not dated but they are from the 1920s or 1930s. The manufacturer is unknown but they are marked ''JAPAN''. These type charms were used as a premium or prize on liquor bottles, beer bottles, bread wrappers, as carnival prizes, and sold in different old novelty catalogs. Included in this lot are the following people:

Marching Soldier with gun
Western Cowboy
Western Cowboy
Young Girl in skirt (saluting and maybe a Girl Scout)
Man in suit ( sea captain ? railroad conductor ?)
Circus Clown
Ice Skater
Bass Player Musician
Dutch Girl with buckets
Man on Bicycle (cyclist)

Each has a loop to hang it on a charm bracelet and three include a silk string. To judge the sizes the cowboys each measure about 1-1/4'' tall. These appear to be in near mint to mint as made condition as pictured.

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(10) Different Old Hand Painted Celluloid People Charms


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