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Tommy and Dobbin.

Publisher: [United States?] : [publisher not identified], [approximately 189-?]
Edition/Format:   Toy : Juvenile audience : English

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Material Type: Juvenile audience, Toy
Document Type: Visual material
OCLC Number: 51731662
Notes: Set of 11 wooden blocks, hand-painted, which make up the bodies of Tommy (soldier?) and his horse Dobbin. Contained in wooden box with sliding lid, lid with colored illustration of the blocks and title; underside of lid with colored illustration showing 5 different ways the blocks can be arranged to make Tommy & Dobbin in different poses. Affixed to inside bottom of case is a second colored illustration showing 6 more poses.
Description: 1 set of blocks ; in case 14 x 18 x 3 cm


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