Vintage J Chein Disney MARY POPPINS Tin Tea Set 1964!

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 20,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
Vintage J. Chein Walt Disney Productions MARY POPPINS Tin Tea Set 1964 - USA -WOW! This auction is for a charming 11 piece tin child's tea set dated 1964. It was made in the USA by J Chein & Co. The pieces are in surprisingly good condition for its age! You will receive the following items in this lot: 1 tea tray (7" x 10") 1 teapot with plastic handle 3 teacups 3 saucers 3 plates These items are bright and colorful and show only a slight bit of paint wear. The serving tray has a lovely story of Mary Poppins on the front. This whimsical set would display very nicely in any vintage Disney toy collection! Please check our other auctions for more vintage treasures! We will combine items to save on shipping costs!

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