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  • Vintage 1950s Marx Toy Phonograph - New! Vintage 1950s Marx Toy Phonograph - New! Quick View
    • Vintage 1950s Marx Toy Phonograph - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Marx Toy Phonograph - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Marx Toy Phonograph - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Marx Toy Phonograph - New!

    Vintage 1950s Marx Toy Phonograph - New!

    $240.00 AUD

    Measurements

    Box

    Height:       2.75 inches + 20.32 cm

    Length:       9.25  inches + 15.24 cm

    Width          8 inches  + 15.24 cm

    Phonograph

    Length:       9 inches + 22.86 cm

    Turntable diameter: 5.6 inches +  14.22  cm

     

    Description

    * Vintage 1950s red plastic toy phonograph by Marx

    * Mechanical motor, key wound (key damaged but works)

    * Original decal box

    *  Felt covered turntable

    * Extra needles

    * Assorted phonograph records to play on machine

     

    Comment

    This is a hard to find 1950s mechanical toy phonograph in good condition. A few scratches and scuff marks but to be expected for its age. Works very well.

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    Vintage 1950s Steiff Beige Rabbit Toy - New! Vintage 1950s Steiff Beige Rabbit Toy - New! Quick View
    • Vintage 1950s Steiff Beige Rabbit Toy - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Steiff Beige Rabbit Toy - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Steiff Beige Rabbit Toy - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Steiff Beige Rabbit Toy - New!

    Vintage 1950s Steiff Beige Rabbit Toy - New!

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    Measurements

    Height:8 inches + 20.32 cm

    Length: 6 inches + 15.24 cm

     

    Description

    * Vintage 1950s beige fluffy rabbit from Steiff 

    * Made from mohair with hazel glass eyes

    * Original red ribbon around neck 

    * Red stitched nose and mouth, poseable head

    * Filled with wood shavings

    * Steiff blank button in ear

     

    Steiff Animals

    Steiff was founded in 1880 by Margarite Steiff, later assisted by her brother Fritz, to produce toys. The very first line was elephants, later joined by dogs, cats, pigs and a myriad of other animals. Margarite's nephew Richard  joined in 1897 and gave the company an enormous boost by creating the teddy bear in 1902. Five years later, Steiff was manufacturing 974,000 bears, and has been increasing its output ever since.

    The company's motto, is "Only the best is good enough for children" and every product is subject to meticulous testing and inspection. The most common materials used in toys are alpaca, felt, mohair and woven plush. Eyes are made of wood or glass, and the stuffing is commonly wood shavings or polyester fibres.  A large amount of the work is done by hand, from the initial design sketches to the final airbrushed paint. The signature touch on any Steiff toy is the trademark "button in ear". 

     

    Comment

    Beautiful rabbit with a quizzical expression. In overall great condition missing its flag but button is there. Steiff animals are very collectable nowadays.

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    Vintage 1950s Steiff Cream Baby Lamb Toy - New! Vintage 1950s Steiff Cream Baby Lamb Toy - New! Quick View
    • Vintage 1950s Steiff Cream Baby Lamb Toy - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Steiff Cream Baby Lamb Toy - New!
    • Vintage 1950s Steiff Cream Baby Lamb Toy - New!

    Vintage 1950s Steiff Cream Baby Lamb Toy - New!

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    Measurements

    Height: 5.5 inches + 13.97 cm

    Length: 5.5 inches + 13.97 cm

     

    Description

    * Vintage 1950s cream baby lamb from Steiff 

    * Made from mohair with green glass eyes

    * Original red ribbon around neck with metal bell hanging from it

    * Red stitched nose and mouth

    * Filled with wood shavings

     

    Steiff Animals

    Steiff was founded in 1880 by Margarite Steiff, later assisted by her brother Fritz, to produce toys. The very first line was elephants, later joined by dogs, cats, pigs and a myriad of other animals. Margarite's nephew Richard  joined in 1897 and gave the company an enormous boost by creating the teddy bear in 1902. Five years later, Steiff was manufacturing 974,000 bears, and has been increasing its output ever since.

    The company's motto, is "Only the best is good enough for children" and every product is subject to meticulous testing and inspection. The most common materials used in toys are alpaca, felt, mohair and woven plush. Eyes are made of wood or glass, and the stuffing is commonly wood shavings or polyester fibres.  A large amount of the work is done by hand, from the initial design sketches to the final airbrushed paint. The signature touch on any Steiff toy is the trademark "button in ear". 

     

    Comment

    Such an endearing little lamb with the sweetest expression. In overall good condition but missing its button and flag. These Steiff animals are very collectable nowadays.