Joining the fray of bobblehead collectibles, these (6) non-sport examples include: 1950 Brylcreem Kissing Pair: rare “Lego” 5-1/2”-tall man and woman with magnetic inserts to facilitate kissing; 1972 Richard Nixon: 6”-tall Republican elephant with “Nixon For President” ribbon; 1975 “Dogpatch” Pair: 8-1/2”-tall “Mammy” and “Pappy”; 1970s Mr. Peanut: Planters figurine with rare cane. The dolls present beautifully! More on our website.
1950 Brylcreem Kissing Pair: crafted by “Lego” (original decals adhered to the bottoms), the man is on a green base whose edge reads” “a little dab’ll” while the woman’s yellow base concludes the slogan with “do ya!” Magnet inserts on the man’s left cheek and woman’s lips facilitate a “kiss.” The woman doll presents beautifully with minor paint loss on her lips and a hairline crack along the left jaw line. The man doll presents nicely, though has minor paint loss on the nose and a series of jaw line cracks.
1972 Richard Nixon: a Republican elephant doll from Nixon’s ill-fated second term, the item features a spring activated trunk. A white ribbon reading “NIXON FOR PRESIDENT” is draped across the torso.
1975 “Dogpatch” Pair: Capp Enterprises dolls respectively depicting “Mammy” and “Pappy.” Original decals adhered to the bases. Both are complete and blemish free, though the “Pappy” doll has very minor paint loss where the feet meet the base.
1970s Mr. Peanut: complete with top hat, monocle, white gloves and spats, the Planters spokesperson also has his cane accessory, which is very rare. There are a couple of small cracks along the lower torso. These appear to have been mended with an adhesive agent.