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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 12, 2011
  • Channel: Auction House


1960's Harmony made ukulele in great used condition. Please see all supersized pictures. It works great with no loose parts.The pictures are of the Ukulele that you will receive. There are few cosmetic nicks and scratches. Its all original,no cracks .This uke sounds really good and is in great shape for its age.These great musical ukuleles are collectible and so much fun! Imagine playing this at your next luau party and impressing all your guests with your 1960's vintage, great sounding Harmony ukulele! You'll be the hit of the party! Please ask any questions. International bidders will be charged priority international USPS shipping charges. Domestic shipping is USPS parcel post w delivery confirmation number that is already included in the shipping quote in this listing.Oh by the way this ukulele is made in the USA!! 21IN LONG x 7IN Wide.Item is sold as described to the best of my ability. Thanks!!!

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Seller includes delivery confirmation with tracking number in the calculated USPS parcel post shipping quote. Seller is willing to send items out of their original boxes, and ship in a smaller box, to save buyer on the cost of shipping. Shipping Insurance cost will be included in sellers handling charges based on the final cost of the item and added in the buyers final invoice. Items are almost always shipped the day after payment is recieved. Exception when payment is sent late in the night. Item might be left out of next day shipping and shipped the day after. If payment is recieved on a Saturday- item will be sent out on the following Monday. Seller wishes for buyers to recieve their items promply! All items are packaged with care!
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I am an adult Cabbage Patch collector and Muffy Vanderbear collector. I have more than 400 cabbage patch kids. I store my kids in their own doll room. Each of my dolls that I sell are described to the best of my ability. Many of my dolls are mint in box and many others are stored on a shelf out of their box. Any dolls or Muffy's that have been played with will be noted in description. All questions are welcomed. I consider myself knowledgeable about Cabbage patch kids and some Muffy. I do not think of myself as an expert. In 1976, Xavier Roberts invented 'Little Person' dolls, the first Cabbage Patch Kids. Roberts was a teenager when he started the Babyland General Hospital in Cleveland, Georgia, where people could adopt a baby (the hand sewn dolls were never called dolls) complete with adoption papers. Roberts and five friends started the Original Appalachian Artworks company to produce the dolls. The Coleco toy company liked Roberts' ideas and began mass-marketing the dolls in 1983, under the new name of 'Cabbage Patch Kids.' Cabbage Patch Kids - Size: Standard Cabbage Patch dolls (also known widely as Cabbage Patch Kids) run 15 to 16" in size. However, many variations of the dolls in many sizes have been made. Companies That Have Produced The Cabbage Patch Kids: The dolls were created by Xavier Roberts, and he began to produce his dolls through his Babyland General Hospital in Cleveland, Georgia in 1979. The dolls were displayed in a hospital-like setting with the dolls "up for adoption," and they were a hit. Coleco bought the rights to mass market the dolls in 1982. After Coleco filed for bankruptcy in 1988, Hasbro produced the dolls, and then Mattel starting in 1994. In 2004, Play Along Toys and 4Kids Entertainment re-introduced the dolls. Cabbage Patch Kids - Years of Production: The Cabbage Patch Kids commenced production in 1979, went mass market in 1982, survived Coleco's bankruptcy in 1988 and then were produced by Hasbro and Mattel until early 2003. After the initial doll craze in the 1980s, the dolls never recaptured their former glory since the dolls started to get gimmicky and away from their original con...