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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Sweet find of a vintage Kewpie (Flapper?) Thinker girl chalkware carnival prize. Loved her googly eyes, rosy cheeks and red lips! And, her black curly hairdo...just adorable! I tried to find information or examples of others and no luck. Appreciate any help.

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 1 year ago
      She almost looks like an early betty boop, but doubt that!
    2. munequita munequita, 1 year ago
      hi... she does look like betty boop! with her updo...maybe be betty boop's cousin :)
    3. munequita munequita, 1 year ago
      FOUND ANOTHER one like this one but, she is looking the opposite way and in a bit more weathered in certain areas.
      Super cool that it has written on bottom: DITCH DAY MAY 12 "32
      Per some "ditch day" research: There is no generally agreed upon beginning to this unofficial tradition, but the practice has been in effect since at least the 1930s.
      So these chalkware ladies are pretty old....

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