16-55 ALVIN THE MUSICAL CHIPMUNK
Ship wt. 2 lbs.
Presenting what is no doubt the most famous chipmunk the world has
the reluctant member of the chipmunk trio whose re–
cording of "The Chipmunk Song" became a household by-word. 10" high
to the tip of
the pompom on his orange cap, Alvin's brown a nd white
plush body conceals a music box. that plays his song. As it plays, Alvin's
paws, holding a miniature harmonica, move from side to side. Just in case
he is not readily recognized Alvin wears a large orange "A" on his tummy.
16-129 MUSICAL TERRIER
Ship. wt. 2 lbs........................
Here's a wonderful crib companion, a soft, friendly pup who is a lways ·ready
for a nap or romp. 12" long from his b lack bu tton nose to tip of tail, his soft
plush body is pure white except for a few b rown and black spots. His wired
ears can be made to stand up inquisitively or droop dejectedly. The Swiss
music box concealed inside his body plays a merry tune .
16-57 MUSICAL BEAR
Ship. wt. 2 lbs..
(All ages)-A beige soft bodied bear with black eyes and nose, red tongue,
and silk neck ribbon. His round little body with jointed arms and legs,
made of fine quality, soft, short mohair plush, conceals a Swiss music
box which plays a merry jingle. Measures 11 " tall.
16-65 PATTI PUFF DOLL
Ship. wt. 2 lbs..
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(2 yrs . up)-A soft cuddly doll excellent for infants and toddlers. Covered
with luxurious pink or blue plush with matching flower-trimmed bonnet,
white plush mittens, booties and bow tie. Her pretty buckram face has
pink cheeks and blue eyes, with a wisp of hair peeking from under her
bonnet. II " tall. STATE COLOR.
16-66 MUSICAL KITTEN BALL
Ship. wt. 2 lbs.. . . . . .
A soft, plush-covered, colorful ball with ears and nose, emb roidered mouth
and plastic eyes to suggest a cute kitten's head tied with ribbon to fasten
in crib or carriage so that it can be heard, as its Swiss music box plays
a soft lullaby, or reached to make its bells jingle. About 7" in dia.
ordinary monkeys these' They are the
their clownish living brothers. Turning their little tails ever so lightly
is enough to make them answer questions by nodding or shaking their
heads, even cause them to watch a buzzing fly interestedly. Having jointed
legs, they can assume many postures. Face of moulded felt with
brown plush (Import)
15-84 BABY CIDMPANZEE
IQ" tall. Ship. wt. 2 lbs................. . .....
15-47 BABY CHIMPANZEE
14" tall. Ship. wt. 2 lbs.. . ....................
21 " tall. Ship. wt. 5 lb s....
22-322 CRADLE SYMPHONY
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(4 mos . to 18 mos .)-A real cradle gymnasium of spring exerciser, rings
and trapeze with a music box added. Just a pull on the strong nylon cord
makes the box play. Combination of hardwood and plastic. Adjustable
web straps attach to crib or carriage.
WINNIE-THE-POOH CHARACTERS- These
toys are exact replicas of
A.A. Milne 's lovable characters from WINNIE-THE-POOH. They are always
popular with youngsters, particulary those familiar with the book illustrations.
15-220 KANGA AND ROO
high. Ship wt. 2 lbs.. . . . . . . ........
11112'' high Ship. wt. 2 lbs.......... . .. . ........ . ......
15-219 POOH BEAR
13" high. Ship. wt. 2 lbs....... . .... .. ..........
high Ship. wt. 2 lbs.. .......
(Not Illustrated) 9" high. Ship. wt. 2 lbs........ . . . ..... . ..
('Not Illustrated) 8" high. Ship. wt. 2 lbs............ . .....
(Not Illustrated) 111/i'' high. Ship. wt. 2 lbs....... ... ....
56-175 BOXED SET OF A.A. MILNE 2 BOOKS . . . ....... . .. .. .... . .. 8.50
The Stories, "Winnie-The-Pooh" and "The House at Pooh Corner"
volume. The verses, "When We Were Very Young" and "Now We Are Six"
in one volume. Each illustrated in black and white and color by E. H.
SLEEPING COMPANIONS BY
STEIFF'-(lmport) Little tots seek the security
of a "friend" when sleepytirne comes. These friendly creatures are wonder–
fully cuddly crib companions. The bear of soft silvery brown plush and the
lamb of short white plush are both 12" long.
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