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    Mickey Mouse Large Fun-e-Flex (George Borgfeldt & Company, 1930s). Walt Disney's first licensee was George Borgfeldt & Company. They distributed a variety of wooden Disney characters under the "Fun-e-Flex" name. All the parts of this wonderful doll are made of solid wood and are entirely jointed. The condition of this piece will astound you. The body is complete, with no dents or scratches, the jointed limbs are all in working order, and the colors sparkle. The Mickey Mouse label is intact, and fully legible. Includes the tail, which is also in great condition. It looks brand new! This sweet wooden toy would put a smile on anyone's face. Measures 9" tall with movable arms and legs. From the Larry Jacobs Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2005
    18th-20th Wednesday-Friday
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