Further Ex Stock items from a model shop that closed down in the 1970's.Most of these items are one off collectables that are now being offered for sale so hopefully there will be something of interest for you. International bidders must read and understand the terms of postage before bidding.
This is a Pedigree sally happy talk n' walk doll from the early 1970's. The doll is approximately 47cm tall and has a pull string on her back and when pulled says 7 diffenent phrases and laughs too.The doll is in ex-shop stock condition and is superb, She has bright clothing and is still very colourful. Her voice box still works fine and sounds clear. The box is also in very good condition but have general storage wear. There is some creasing to the corners and a small tear to the front of the box, The plastic window has come away from the box but is still there. It aslo has some slight disscolouration to the box and the inner tray where the doll sits is torn at the top. overall A lovely condition doll. This is one of a number of dolls i will be listing over the next few months. Any questions, further photographs or shipping enquiries please ask.
Postage quoted is for 1st class UK Recorded Delivery.I will happily combine postage costs on multiple purchases.
International BuyersAll payment via PaypaI please. I will only send items internationally via royal mail international signed for, This will be significantly more than the price quoted for the U.K.This is a condition required by Paypal as it is the best way to protect both parties if an item gets lost or damaged. I can provide postage costs in advance so please ask.If you are the winning bidder please wait until i send you an invoice for your item. If you do not wish to comply with these conditions please do not bid, Thank you.
Please be aware of Customs or Import charges and I regret that I cannot make a false declaration to reduce these charges.Thanks for looking and good luck.
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