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Historisches Spielzeug Berlin Plüsch, Samt und-Stofftiere Tiere [5]

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse (Historisches Spielzeug Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)


Die Mickey Mouse entstand nach dem Kurzfilm von Walt Disney "Steam Boot Willie". Ihr Körper ist aus schwarzem Samt-Plüsch. Das Gesicht aus beigem Samt-Plüsch, schwarz bedruckt. Die Hände und die Oberseite der Schuhe sind aus Filz, die Sohlen sind aus Leder. Die Augen sind schwarze Schuhknöpfe. Sie trägt eine rote Hose aus Samt-Plüsch mit jeweils vorne und hinten zwei gelben Glasknöpfen. Auf dem Hals ist sie folgendermaßen markiert: REG hochgestellt TM N° 750811


Samt auf Draht


19 cm

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