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Vintage Armadillo Nodder (c 1940s) - Selective Salvage
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Vintage Armadillo Nodder (c 1940s)

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What a charming little armadillo nodder this fellow is. Made of a fired ceramic material, his head and tail nod merrily to any random vibration he is subjected to. 

He was molded in a form and topped with a tiny wire piece that would allow him to hang so I wouldn't be surprised if he was sold at a souvenir shop in Texas or Oklahoma, land of the armadillos, back in the 1940s.  Whatever his original purpose was, he will be an interesting addition to a vintage collection of armadillos or nodders. 

There is some minor paint loss on the sides but his ears, snout and tail are intact and retain their original paint. 

  • Vintage armadillo nodder
  • Made of ceramic and painted in an earthy brown tone
  • Head and tail nod
  • Circa 1940s

CONDITION:

Minor paint loss on the body which can be seen in the photos

SPECIFICS:

Material: Ceramic

Measures: 4.5" long x 1.25" tall x 1.5" wide

 

NOTE: Because this is a vintage item, it carries the markers of age you would expect to see. Please review the photos carefully & ask questions because we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.

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