Origin: American, circa 1890s. Condition: excellent, a small bit of rust. Size: 9-5/8" x 3-1/2".
Origin: American, circa 1930's. Excellent condition; all original paint; a little flaking at the edge of his pipe. 23" tall.
Nice good condition, with light rounding at corners, a slight crease in the bottom quarter of the card, and a tiny tear (about 1/16") in one margin.
The assortment of toys is wonderful--nutcrackers, racecars, dice, dolls, airplanes, books and toy horses.
The tabs are marked "Printed In Germany", "PBZ" and "1211". The printer was the Paul B. Zoecke company which was founded in Berlin in 1896.
The two blue Santas are duplicates and two of the red Santas are duplicates (the red Santa to the far right is different.) The full sheet measures 9-1/4" x 13-1/2".
Condition is excellent. Two of the Santas have a slight crease.
The bottom box has some tears but the top with its wonderful illustration is in excellent condition. The earliest Clemco parallel sets date to 1935.
This set includes 5 clip on a branch or clip on a light cord candles,( possibly Christmas light covers), 3 singing carolers, and 2 praying angels. These hard plastic Christmas ornaments have become difficult to find.
With its Lincoln's Birthday theme, this would be a terrific addition to your patriotic holiday collection!