|The picture shows all (25) Small Old Nursery Rhyme Character Items in this lot.|
There is a 1950's unused decal sheet from the Meyercord Company of Chicago. It has (6) colorful old nursery rhyme decals including: Bo Peep, Jack & Jill, Mary Had A Little Lamb, and more...
There is an old Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme shadow box toy. It is pictured without the clear plastic cover on. The cover has some scratches and a side edge piece missing. The creepy looking green pilgrim guy has a club behind his back. He and the goose come out of the 3-D scene to play with. The feet on the goose appear to be missing. On the back there is a mother goose nursery rhyme with images all around.
There is an old children's eating utensil set. These have Puss In Boots on both sides of each. They have a little wear from use.
There are two different miniature nursery rhyme books. These are not Cracker Jack prize books but they resemble them. One is "Peter Rabbit". It is ©1966 Mt. Hawley Publishing Company of Peoria, Illinois.
The other book is real tiny. It is "Jack And The Beanstalk". The publishing company name is too tiny to read, but it has a 5th Ave. New York address.
There is a small old typed paper that is like a fortune cookie note. It has the Tom, Tom, The Piper's Son Nursery Rhyme.
There is an old hard plastic F & F Mold & Die Works cake decoration. It sticks in a cake upside down and there is a candle holder on the back. Aunt Jemima used these as a mail away premium.
There is a Humpty Dumpty pencil topper
A ©1972 Avon Gingerbread Man make up compact pin
A metal Tom Sawyer Bracelet charm by Bruce.
There are (14) more old gumball machine prize charms. These were used in machines from the 1940's to the 1960's. All of them are plastic and some are metal coated. There are;
(8) Big Bad Wolf head charms
(2) Three Men In A Tub charms
(4) more different charms.
Two of the charms are missing their loop.
All of these for one price! To judge the sizes the fork and spoon each measure 4-1/4" tall. These items vary from very good to mint condition.