I cannot tell what type animal it is. It does not seem to be a dog or a bear.
The ear tag seems correct. The arms and legs are limp. The tag says Lumpi. When I search Lumpi, it is almost always a dog that looks much different than this animal. Any help or comments or ideas will be greatly appreciated.
Can anyone tell me if this is a Lionel Lamppost or is it another maker? It is 12 5/8" tall. Does that indicate a scale? Any information you can provide is greatly appreciated.
I am looking for information on this doll to list. I know nothing about it. I recenlty inherited a storage locker that held my grandmother's belongings. I have inherited many dolls that belonged to her, my aunts and cousins. My grandmother has been gone since 1992 so this is a surprise. I feel this may have belonged to my grandmother. She came from a very wealthy family at the time and her father lavished her with gifts as she was the only daughter. My great Grandfather traveled around the world for business so this may possibly be from Europe. The face is composite, paper mache like. Not composite really like one finds with dolls of the 30s. The hands are a sort of rubber and have splits in them and some old stuffing is coming out. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you
Help with ID on this Doll. She has a Rubber Head with Sleeping Eyes and stands 18 inches tall. Thanks!
Comments on custom painting die cast tanks for resale. As a former Armor Officer I research WWII pictures
and no German Tank I have seen has everything painted dunkel gelb, spare track tracks, space between
road wheels, drive sprockets or covered with the camo scheme. I like my models to look as real as possible.
Can't find any info on value of this machine - I want to sell but don't want to give away at low price. please any help would be great.
Bally Midway Mfg. Co. Franklin Park cobra shuffle alley arcade game from 1967.