Rare 1941 Walt Disney Fisher Price Clara Cluck, Easter Parade Hen Chicken Toy
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Rare 1941 Walt Disney Fisher Price Clara Cluck, Easter Parade Hen Chicken Toy:
In 1936 Fisher-Price introduced the #475 Walt Disney Easter Parade; a set of 5 wooden cut out Disney figures that roll on wooden bead wheels. The same year, Fisher-Price sold each Easter Parade Disney figure in open stock for customers who did not want to buy the whole #475 set. The #205A figures are exactly the same as those sold in the #475. In late 1941, the figures were slightly changed by being marked "W.D.P." opposed to "W.D. Ent.". Clara Cluck was a wooden cut out with paper lithographs attached to the side of a large white chicken with her mouth open singing a song. She wears a large blue hat with an orange feather on the side, and a white apron with red polka-dots around her waist. Rolls on 4 wooden bead wheels. This information can be found on the This Old Toy page at this link
This Fisher Price wood floor toy of Clara Cluck is 3 7/8 inches high and 3 1/4 inches wide. It is 1/2 inch wood with a paper lithograph front and back. There is wear and soiling to the paper. There is some damage to the base and the wheels are not present. See photos for condition, nothing is hidden.
This toy is very rare, the Walt Disney Productions mark was used only for a few months at the end of 1941. Compared with the Walt Disney Enterprises mark that was used from 1936 to late 1941.