Limberjack Dog with dancing board and stick

Limberjack Dog with dancing board and stick



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wood dowel, wood paddle board, Shellac, poplar wood


Limberjack Dog, American made of poplar wood. Limberjack Dog: Paws that dance - Ears that twirl! Limberjack Dog is a down-home classic and true American folk instrument. Comes with wood dowel "operating stick" and wooden paddle "dance floor." Sing and play along with favorite songs. Add some rhythm to banjo and fiddle tunes! Children love to watch them dance while you play and sing a song! DIMENSIONS: 6" high, 7" wide

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Limberjacks go back hundreds of years, primarily to the cultures of Ireland and France. They're known by many names: Dancing Man, Le Bonhomme, Les Gigueux, Jolly Boy, Stamp Doll...Limberjacks were sometimes carved by soldiers to honor fallen comrades in the American Civil War.

This Dancing Dog is featured in performances for children by MaryLee or Nancy Stewart

A CD of Limberjack sing-along songs will be available soon!

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Frank and MaryLee

Frank and MaryLee

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5 out of 5 stars 81 reviews

Sarah Zetterlind Apr 28, 2020

5 out of 5 stars
We had always seem the limberjack man. Our friends had the dog at the rondezvous we visit and we had to have one for ourselves. Arrived in perfect shape and my daughter loves having her very own.

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Terry Smith Jan 28, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

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Sharon May 23, 2020

5 out of 5 stars
Love it the lumberjacks!!!They are so much fun and boy they can dance!!!

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Rich Mar 5, 2020

4 out of 5 stars
A quality horse limber jack who now has become a mule. It will be used in my interpretation of the role of a Civil War supply wagon boss who was in charge of 150 mules every day. Every thing went as expected (shipping, etc..).

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