You are bidding on a vintage 1940’s – 1950’sKLEEK-O THE ESKIMO BOY DOLL · Measures 18” long · Kleek-o was the mascot for the now defunct, but at one time largely popular Millis, Massachusetts Company, CLICQOUT CLUB SODA · For a doll this age 60-70 years old, which is white, he is in exceptional condition. No rips or tears. I do not believe he was stored in a bag or anything because his white “fur” outfit does show signs of discoloration, he is no longer “pure” white, I am not sure he ever was, but just in case I want you to know he is not now. I can’t explain why but it truly does not detract, it kind of fits with his character. He does have a spot on his left boot. His face is in very good condition. I am not sure what it is made of, but it seems very delicate. It is not rubber, but it does not feel like plastic either, even though I believe it is. Does have a minor mark and crease here or there. Does not detract at all, just wanting you to be aware. I did not notice until I was doing a close inspection to write a description. · His body is stuffed and he is not jointed. · Please take advantage of the zoom feature in the pictures for the best description · He is sporting a green tag that reads KLEEK-O THE ESKIMO BOY NON SMOKING HOME NO HIDDEN HANDLING FEE only actual post office charges & delivery confirmation Ships PRIORITY MAIL Your satisfaction is most important ~ if you are not satisfied with your purchase, because you . feel an item was not described accurately please contact me . I am more than willing to work out ta remedy with you. I try to describe as accurately as possible without exaggeration. That being said I am … not perfect nor an expert on anything. I might very well have missed something unintentionally. I would .. much rather have you contact me so I can make it right rather than have you dissatisfied. . : J . . . . . . . . *** SHIPPING TO USA **** SHIPPING TO USA ONLY **** SHIPPING TO USA ***
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