Grouping of early carved and painted farm animals, painted composite animals/figures, and German lithographic two dimensional animals. Most farm related. Over 60 total pieces. Includes a large grouping of painted and carved wooden farm animals of larger size (17 total), a grouping of 7 large painted wooden and composite animals and figures including five with various coverings including mohair/felt and leather (male figure marked Germany, leather covered bear possibly Inuit), 6 small paint decorated birds including two chalk/composite and four wooden, a small set of painted wooden figures including a log truck with a team of two horses, remains of a cart and a team of two horses, a dog, rabbit, man and woman, and three moss type trees, a grouping of 25 unpainted pine farm animals, and a grouping of 7 flat wooden figures with lithographic printing on both sides (Germany). Ranging from 5" length to 3/4" height. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – expected wear for age with general losses and abrasions to paint, broken legs, tails, and ears on some figures.