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Posted 6 years ago


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Bought this along with some other Tin toys this past weekend. It is a Mattel Peter Cotton tail wind up musical toy. It still plays "Here comes Peter Cotton Tail" . I thought it was neat !!
Mfg.: Mattel Inc. Toymakers
Identified on the back in text: Mattel Inc., Calif., U.S.A.
Patent in 1951 and 1953 in the US and Canada (patent numbers listed)


  1. youngblood youngblood, 6 years ago
    thanks seandinavian !! I liked him too !!
  2. youngblood youngblood, 6 years ago
    Thanks BELLIN68 ! I found him hoppin' down the Bunny Trail !! !! seriously though...we have a flea market here in my hometown every Fri, Sat & Sun, of course on the inside everything stays mostly the same only a "few" vendors turn up some new "vintage" stuff so I very rarely venture inside but, on the outside on Fridays there are mostly dealers & they usually have some cool "higher" priced smalls, guns, advertising etc. and on Saturdays there is a mix of people selling stuff that they have cleaned out there house, attics, & garages along with dealers, & collectors. Sundays are typically the same. I go all 3 days, every week !! I picked Peter Cotton Tail up on Saturday morning at about 7am along with a tin bank from the 30's, a small shovel & pail and a Charley Silvera model Catchers mit who played with the Yankees from 1948-1956. All from the same Lady who said this stuff had belong to her mother and they were cleaning out some old boxes. She also had a 1930's Monopoly game (Complete) but missing the box but it had some water damage so her asking price was Fair but with the damage and missing the box I was not as interested ! Thanks for looking & commenting !!
  3. youngblood youngblood, 6 years ago
    Thanks !!!!
  4. pezhead, 5 years ago
    I recently bought one of these in yard sale. He is missing his ears but he still works. I was wondering if yours has the original ears, because I was going to make ears for mine.

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