Offered is a Superb Old Box for your Dolls or Tiny Sewing Treasures. I can't say I remember the Game "Button Button Who's Got the Button?" But I believe the game was popular in the 1950s. I was told that there were several ways of playing this game … One way is for the children to form a circle with their hands out, palms together. One child, called the leader or 'it', takes a button and goes around the circle, putting their hands in everybody else's hands one by one. The selected child drops the button into one child's hands and the child continues to put their hands in the others' so that no one knows where the button is except for the giver and receiver.
The leader, or all the children in the circle, says "Button, button, who's got the button?" and then each child in the circle guesses. The child guessing replies with their choice, e.g. "Dolly has the button!" Once the child with the button is finally guessed, that child is the one to distribute the button and start a new round.
This Box measures approximately 3-11/16" by 2-3/4" across the top or the lid of the box. It is about 1-7/16" high. It looks as though someone hand painted the little box and there is staining.
I can't quite figure out what this box was actually used for … Perhaps to house buttons. It is old but sturdy and would make a wonderful display with Antique, Vintage or Primitive Dolls and/or Bears.
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