1950's Tin Windup Mickey Mouse Playing The Xylophone Works Linemar Japan For Sale
I'm selling a nifty tin windup Mickey Mouse with Xylophone made for Linemar, the Japanese subsidiary of the U.S. toymaker Marx. It measures 6 1/2 inches or 17 centimeters high and it is in very good, played with condition. MORE PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTION TO FOLLOWOn Mar-11-13 at 22:59:11 PDT, seller added the following information:
The Mickey figure is complete and all original with the exception of a missing rubber tail. This is a delightful, very entertaining toy. When you wind Mickey up and press the start lever, his body starts to move and his arms play the xylophone. The wind up works, as does the start/stop lever. The toy is in very good, played with condition. The colors are bright and glossy and the litho is in very good condition. There are some scratches and rubs and there is some missing paint on the keys of the xylophone where the drumsticks have hit the keys. The toy is not perfect by any means but it still displays very well and it works. The sixth photo shows the toy as pictured on page 148 of the great book on Linemar toys, the third volume of the great Marx Toysseries.
On Mar-11-13 at 23:01:25 PDT, seller added the following information:
Questions are welcome and I will be happy to provide additional photos. Shipping will be 9.50 in the U.S.; overseas shipping will vary by country and method of shipping. I am always happy to combine shipping. Paypal is preferred for payment and within 3 days of end of sale, please. Thanks!
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1950's Tin Windup Mickey Mouse Playing The Xylophone Works Linemar Japan: $265