Old Golden Record - The Taxi That Hurried / Children’s Dance

This vintage, child's, Little Golden Record has The Taxi that Hurried by Ireene Wicker - The Singing Lady & Gilbert Mack. On the other side is Children's Dance from Hansel and Gretel. Both songs feature Mitchell Miller & Orchestra. The 6", yellow plastic, 78 record is in it original paper sleeve that has a policeman blowing his whistle at the yellow cab The back of the jacket lists other Little Golden Records put out by Simon & Schuster.

Please note that the color of the record is pretty accurate in the photos but the paper label is not. The label is closer to magenta which my camera refuses to capture.

The record appears to be in good condition with no chips or cracks and minimal wear. The paper sleeve is good with minor edge and corner wear and creases.

Don't forget to check out the other children's toys and playthings in our shop as well as and other phonograph items!

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Item ID: 18053


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