Circa 1920's-30's, this is an adorable old toy that has a built in, wind up metal key. The bottom is made of tin. with colorful, lithographed wheels. It's marked on the bottom, "Japan". It's good size, measuring 4&1/2 inches long, by 4&1/2 inches tall, NOT including the metal pin. The little mother, baby, and top of the stroller are made of thin, fragile, celluloid plastic. Note the metal pin coming up from the stroller....it spins when the toy moves. It once has a celluloid umbrella top, with dangling balls, that spun around. If I were keeping this piece, I would carefully remove the metal pin. I've included a lot of photos, to best describe condition. As you can see, the colors are vibrant, both on the tin, and on the celluloid. There is some oxidation on the key, and the metal base "momma" is standing on, but no rust. There are small splits on the front, sides of the stroller. The celluloid is in amazingly good condition, considering it's fragile nature, and age. It does move along, when would, but sticks, a little. Beautiful display piece for your collection of vintage celluloid, or vintage toys. It will be double boxed for shipping
Item ID: 4115
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