London, South Kensington
17 May 2001
An extremely rare Schuco red monkey water squirter
with red mohair, tinplate face, felt hand and feet, jointed metal framed body, lapel pin attachment, two unusual metal tubes for squirting water from arm and between the legs and original factory sample tag '815/3/9 ab' --3½in. (9cm.) high, 1930s (very slight thining to head and lacks rubber tube and bladder); and a Cabi dog on cart with brown and cream synthetic plush, orange and black glass eyes, swivel head, jointed limbs, fez and chest tag, on metal frame with red wooden wheels --7½in. (19cm.) high, 1940s (dusty, pads and mouth damaged)
Originally from the Schuco archive sale in the 1970s.
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