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Small Old Mechanical Novelty Dial Christmas Card
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This item is already soldSmall Old Mechanical Novelty Dial Christmas Card
Christmas   Toy   Novelty   Card   Paper
The picture shows the front and inside of this nice old dial card. This card resembles the design and size of an old Cracker Jack prize. The cover has an image of Santa Claus with a hole in his bag and toys falling down a chimney. When the dial is turned there are colorful images of toys that appear. Showing is an old black Golliwog doll. Other toys pictured are: two dolls, seven different balls, a teddy bear, a horn, three toy soldiers, a toy house, and a toy horse on wheels. It has a poem on the front that reads:

Here's Santa with a sack so full of toys -
He'll lose them all;
But may the things you want the most
Right down your chimney fall
E.L.W.

There is another poem and greetings inside as well. This card was Printed in England and is Mechanical Novelty Card No. X194 by E.T.W. Dennis & Sons, Ltd., London and Scarborough. Closed it measures 3" x 3-7/8". It is in excellent unused condition with some light age spots.

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Small Old Mechanical Novelty Dial Christmas Card


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