|Title:||Mickey & Minnie Large Stuffed Dolls|
|Description:||36" Mickey and Minnie Mouse Stuffed Plush Dolls with tags that read California Stuffed Toys, Los Angeles, Walt Disney Characters. Minnie has number 30064 on tag and they both have PA173 on tag.|
|Condition:||Mickey's pants are ripped in back, and he is missing one felt piece in front. He has a bit of soil on foot. Minnie is like new.|
|Origin:||Not sure. But do know a great grandfather bought them for grandchildren and have been told they are 70 years old. Although I believe from some research they were possible produced between 1943 and 1963, but not sure?|
|Appraised By:||James Martin|
|Appraiser Comments:||Based on the information and images that you have submitted I would identify the items as follows: Toy Collectibles, Disney Collectibles, Mickey & Minnie Disney Characters Dolls, 2 Plush Stuff Dolls, California Stuffed Toys Ltd., Circa 1960s, 36"H Each, Tag Both Dolls - Front "Walt Disney Characters" & Back "California Stuffed Toys, Los Angles, PA173" with the added # on the Minnie Doll Tag "30064", Mickey Doll -Slight Damage to Mickey Custom, Missing Felt & Solid Foot, Minnie Doll - No Signs of Ware or Damage, Condition (As Per Application) "Very Good". The value below is for the two dolls together with the Minnie doll being the higher value.The Minnie doll I would rate confition as Excellent and the Mickey because of the indicated damage I would rate as Good. Condition does effect the value directly in such collectibles.|
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