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Dolls1606 of 2464Carmen Miranda Doll from my Mom circa, 1940-43??Bride doll
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Posted 3 years ago

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Can anyone tell me anything about him made at the lucky toy co brooklyn nyc looks like zippy please let me know thanks

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  1. jlennongrrl jlennongrrl, 3 years ago
    My mother had one of these from when she was little. She always called him Cheetah, although I know it wasn't his name. Hope you find out what its called, I would love to know the info as well so I can track down a replacement for my mom. GOOD LUCK!
  2. mistymented1, 2 years ago
    I'm sure I'm a bit late here, but, in case this could eventually help someone else out, I am going to reply - I think he might be Mr. Bim a monkey similar to Zippy the Monkey.
    Mr. Bim was another popular 1950s - 1960s monkey. He came in 2 sizes. He holds a banana.
  3. mistymented1, 2 years ago
    here is a link to where i found him....
    http://www.timewarptoys.com/toptoys.htm
  4. mistymented1, 2 years ago
    I just came across another one...argh!
    http://atlantaantiquegallery.com/i-9739531-bi-jou-monkey.html
    1950's-60's monkey manufactured by the Bi-Jou company stands 20" tall and sports his original suspenders and wears his white vinyl baby shoes. Scratching his head for 50 years seems extreme, but he manages just fine. He is in great condition for his age. Bright colors on face and fur! =

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