VINTAGE "LEFTON" ANGEL "MONDAY'S CHILD" GIRL FIGURINE!!

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 29,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

~ This is an ADORABLE "Lefton" vintage "Monday's Child" angel figurine from the 1950's!!! ~

This lovely girl is in near mint condition with no chips that I can find!! I have checked her over very closely and these flowers are so delicate and jagged so I may have missed a tiny flea bite, but I am not seeing any chipped or missing leaves or petals. The only reason I don't say "MINT" is because she has a couple of tiny spots of misplaced gold paint (this was done in manufacturing)

She stands approximately 4" tall and this one is not stamped on the bottom.

She is very clean and her colors are vibrant!!!

Another darling !!! You may want to check out her other six sisters that I currently have listed!!

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PLEASE NOTE: I re-examined all the girls today, and had to make revisions on some of them, including this one. I am SO sorry!! T are just SO many things to look at on these figurines! This girl has two broken gold leaves....one on top of her head, and one in her bouquet. I didn't notice them before as they are such "clean" breaks. Again, I am sorry, and am notifying any bidders of these revisions. I have 100% positive feedback, and would never deliberately misrepresent an item. Thank you for your understanding!!!

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