found these in a box of my son's toys and want to list them but have no idea who they are - heads move - hard rubber like
I found this little guy at an estate sale. A Steiff expert has informed me that it is likely NOT a Steiff animal, but may have been made in England around the 1920s. There are no tags or buttons, but the fur is depressed around the neck like it may have had a ribbon or collar at one time. It measures 22cm (about 9") in its seated position, and is not jointed at all. The belly appears to be felt or velvet, rather than the mohair as is elsewhere on the cat. The inside of the ears is worn, but appears to have been felt also. I think the eyes are glass. It appears to be stuffed with straw or excelsior, from what I can see in a bit of loose stitching behind the ear. The body is stitched in an inverted "Y" pattern.
I'd appreciate any information you might have about the manufacturer of this cat. I can't seem to find any others quite like it.
Can someone please help me ID the age, origin and possible maker of this vintage marble and these marble cullet/shards?
My guess is the Akro Agate Marble Co., but I'm probably wrong.
Marble size approx: 1-1/4 in.
found this in a box of my grandkids toys - she is very ridgid plastic feeling - the basket "swings" freely in her hand - no markings or symbols
Hi, I was cleaning my Rub A Dub Dolly, and her head came off. How do you re-attach it? It has a funny type of nozzle on the end of her neck, and the head just will not stay on. Any suggestions?