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    Posted 9 years ago

    Zenzhey
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    Hi,
    I am completely clueless! What are these? They appear to be well made..I am guessing they are alien figure because of the eyes and the fact that they only have 3 fingers. Anyone? Where are they from? What are they? There is no identifying marks on them. They are about 7 inches high.
    Thank you!

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    Comments

    1. too_much_stuff, 9 years ago
      Hello,
      my best guess is that these date from the late 1950s to early 1960s. The two guys on the left are playing instruments (left:bass or possibly a sitar right Bongo drums). The green figure is listening, hand held out like snapping fingers to the beat.
      I would think that there may have been some other figures playing instruments also , a guitarist would round the set off.
      To me they look more European in origin, but I have been wrong in the past.
      Anyway, I think they are cool, thanks for sharing.
    2. Zenzhey, 9 years ago
      Good comment. I never thought about the music angle! thank you I think you might be right.

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