SOLD! for $420.00.
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- Low Estimate: $200.00
- High Estimate: $250.00
- Realized: $420.00
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Large grouping of early to mid 20th century toys and decorations. Includes a German mohair bird with wind up key (functional), a paper mache white bird ornament/decoration with pivoting wings, a painted composite harness racer with jockey, paper mache Victorian woman's shoe, a lithographic decorated paper trunk marked Germany, a pair of paper mache/composite dolls with shared arms forming a seesaw pivot (prob. German), a paper mache/composite whimsey monkey figure with hat and black shoes, two flat pivot figures with strings attached to wood, a Champion painted cast iron dump truck (4 3/4" length), small painted cast iron motorcycle driver with side card, two metal trumpets with toy soldier lithographic designs, a paper mache painted leopard with nodding head, 6 painted cast lead trees, and unpainted cast lead moose. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – paper mache white bird with wear, missing tail feathers, one of the seesaw figural pairs with losses to legs, whimsey monkey figure with hat missing a hand, flat pivot figures with broken strings and missing complete platforms, wear to paint of dump truck and more significant wear to motorcycle/side car, unpainted lead moose with possible loss to antler.