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In all of my travels I have never seen a set of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs like this!

About the figurines:

~I am uncertain what they are made of (not plastic, and not ceramic), perhaps some sort of clay or rock (they make a slight clank sound when tapped together). They are hand-painted in wonderful bright, fun colors. There is expected vintage wear and tear----good overall condition.

~I believe they are quite old, based on where I found them and also because did you notice??....
Snow white has BLOND hair (and not her usual outfit/ although it does have the signature puffed up collar -and- all of the colors in the outfits are unique) and Doc does not have glasses. These characters came in many incarnations prior to the film/ the characters were more fluid.*

~Complete set. Great size (dwarfs start at about 1 inch, going to about 1.5 inches in height and Snow White is about 2.5 inches tall).

~Perfect for vintage home decor, cake decoration, mixed-media art, actual play (although I'm not sure if the paint contains lead; a common question among vintage items; however, these are small and would go to an older child who should not place them in his or her mouth), or whatever you FANCY.

*About Snow White:

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was Walt Disney's FIRST full length feature production in technicolor Walt was invited along with other Kansas City newspaper delivery boys to attend a performance of a silent movie starring Marguerite Clark when he was a teenager. The film was projected on 4 screens in 4 corners of the auditorium. Walt watched 2 of the screens and its noted it was his most memorable movie-going experience as a child.

As an adult Walt wanted to expand cartoons from 8/9 minutes to full stories like other Hollywood studios and he felt the story of Snow White had all of the necessary elements to do so. After treasuring and keeping the idea of expanding on Snow White with him for years, he let his colleagues know this in 1934 he wanted this story to be their First Full Length Feature! A lot of work went into its success and the classic film we all know and love today.

*Please convo with questions or international shipping inquiry*

Rare, Vintage Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs petite figurines / many other possibilities - A touch of retro Neon Paint - Vintage Disney