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    Posted 9 years ago

    Esther110
    (134 items)

    This is a little frog was a gift from a friend of my parents. He gave it to me after I was grown. His wife nearly killed him, because she still saw the little 7 year old I was when she met me...
    Anyways, he is very heavy, for his size, and has male attributes that are 3/4 his size...
    The metal looks brass on top, but it's a silver color on the bottom. I've cut his bottom pic in half to keep the site family oriented... I just wanted to show the color on his underside.
    Any ideas???

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    Comments

    1. imander imander, 9 years ago
      looks to me like a Chinese bronze...
    2. Esther110 Esther110, 9 years ago
      funny enough, chinese would have been my last guess. I saw one on the web that said it was from Baltimore. It is a bit more elaborate than mine, but all the important 'parts' are there...and they were asking $139 for it!!!! wow...mine isn't for sale, but jeeze, $139 for that?!?!?
    3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 9 years ago
      I don't know where they were made, but I'll bet a lot were. They were a very popular "Novelty Item" one could purchase a head shops back in the 60's quite riskie' for the average Joe.... If some one can get $139.00...............more power to 'em !
    4. Esther110 Esther110, 9 years ago
      I figured it was way out of range, but a girl can dream, no?
      I will keep an eye on that other one to see if it sells...

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