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Very nice accessory for either a French or German doll is this fur covered cat, most likely French, circa late 1920's , with white rabbit fur covering other than a bit of black fur below, with green glass eyes, leather ears, a hard resin pink nose, and wearing the original red bow at the neck. As you press the head forward, it makes a slight " meow " sound with the mechanism similar to that of the " bleating sheep " pull toy........ SOLD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 1/4" (10.5 cm) tall by 2 3/4" (6.5 cm) wide humorous figure of a white pig standing at what is obviously supposed to be an outhouse, yet with the sign incised at the top reading "Public Telephone Call Office" and "Engaged" at the bottom. On the back of the figure it is incised "Made in Germany (within a circle)" and "2771". Inside the outhouse is another pig who is "engaged". German porcelain with painting typical of figures from the "pink series" circa 1910-1920, in perfect condition. US$ 225.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4" (10 cm) tall by 2" (5 cm) wide, this figure represents a brown bear opening an outhouse door (although incised at the top of the shack "Life Guard House") and inside is a seated figure of a man with a moustache, a cap, and high knee socks and shoes. In very good condition but with color wear to the gold luster highlights and some brown paint of the bear. US$ 225.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 1/2" (11.5 cm) tall by the same size across German porcelain novelty figure from the same maker as the "pink pig" series showing a momma bear on one side of a large water pump with her cub on the other side of the pump standing in a tub waiting fro the water to come out to be bathed. There seem to be vines and toad stools "growing" on the front of the pump. Incised on the bottom front of the figure are the words "Good Old Annually" apparently referring to the "once a year" bath. The bears are painted various shades of white and gray and the "pump" and base of a different shades of green with gold luster highlights. In mint condition. An extremely rare and seldom found figure. US$ 275.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 1/4" tall by 4" (10 cm) wide figure of a pug dog and a collie-type dog looking in a dog house to see it is occupied by a cat who has claimed it as his own. The unusual thing about this figure is that it is also a match striker with the back of the dog house as the striker. Although undamaged, there is some roughness to the collie's left ear tip which appears to be a flaw in the making as well as a surface indentation to the same dog forehead, again a manufacturing defect. The open dog house was probably used as a match holder. An unusual multi figural German novelty item. US$ 295.

 

 

 

 

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