These three hand puppets from mid-century could not be more colorful.
Each has a wooden head into which one finger is placed while two other fingers work the hands.
Two have hats, one of which is a cloth stocking cap and the other a wooden one attached to the head. Two have long noses, one a shorter nose. The faces have painted smiles and rouge-painted cheeks with metal eyes painted black.
They each measure about 12" from top to bottom. They are in very good condition, though a bit of paint is off one puppet's ear. For condition details, see our photos.