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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Scott Jedd - Dec 20th, 2015 11:37 am.|
One of the nicest examples you will ever see, seldom found in this condition. Circa 1930s, check out the other examples in the Bud Stewart book on page 30.
This example is Black & White with the yellow lip AND the red spotted pattern on the back. Also has original glitter on upper back, INTACT painted nail eyes, and hand-clipped ears. And these hardly ever have the original tail.
$200 shipped & insured to the first "I'll take it". Any payment method is fine for NFLCC members.