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Historisches Spielzeug Berlin - "Acrobat Clown Jimmy" (museum-digital:berlin)
Historisches Spielzeug Berlin [88]

Acrobat Clown Jimmy

Acrobat Clown Jimmy (Historisches Spielzeug Berlin e.V. CC BY-NC-SA)


Acrobat Clown Jimmy wurde vom Hersteller Arnold im Zeitraum um das Jahr 1955 mit der Artikelnummer 820 hergestellt. Durch lansames bewegern der rechten Kugel, zeigt Jimmy seine Künste. Jimmy war einer der letzten Figuren die der Spielzeughersteller Arnold herstellte, ab da konzentrierte sich das Untrenehmen auf Modeleisenbahnen. Das Unternehmen existierte bis 1997 und wurde dann vom italienischem Konkurenten Rivarossi übernommen.


Blech, Filz, Stoff und Plastik


H 24 cm

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