10 Vintage 1960s Mattel Creepy Crawler Thingmaker Molds

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 25,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
10 Vintage Mattel Creepy Crawler Molds intended for a thing maker. This is for the molds only. This batch is all, well, creepy crawly critters, bugs, snakes, frogs, etc. with a few flowery ones included. The numbers and dates are (not necessarily in osame order as shown):
3 dated 1964, numbers 4490-055, ...057, ...058, featuring great big yukky bugs; 3 dated 1966, numbers 4520-052, ...054, ....056, featuring large and small flowers, leaves, butterfly; and, 4 dated 1964, number 4477-051, ...052, ...057, ...059, featuring assorted sized bugs, worms, amphibians, etc.
The molds have seen use and the metal is darkened or discolored but sturdy. are remnants of goop on some. Detail is crisp.
Please see our other eBay auctions for other thing maker molds available. Shipping can be combined.
Buyer pays Parcel Post or Priority Mail S&H (in U.S.). Because of weight, exact cost depends on location. Shipping weight is 3 pounds from zip code 13776. Feel free to e-mail for cost to your zip code or country, or you can use the shipping calculator. INSURANCE IS EXTRA AND DETERMINED AT THE END OF THE AUCTION. Buyer pick-up is NOT an option. NYS residents add appropriate sales tax. International buyers are responsible for customs charges - I can not mark item as gift! Checks may take 7-10 business days to clear.
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