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1970's Vintage Monchhichi pvc figures sport

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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: vintage toy figurine, plastic, pvc
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: vintage toy figurine, plastic, pvc
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Favorited by: 3 people
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Set of 3 sweet vintage monchhichi figures.
Instant mini collection!

They measure approx 2" tall.
The two tennis playing monchichi's are in good vintage condition with some minor wear. Ski monchhichi has a lot of flaking paint, but still very adorable.
The girl tennis monkey is marked Monchhichi on her belly, and Sekiguchi 1979 Hong Kong on the bottom. She doesn't stand up by herself, but if her racket touches the one of the boy monkey, no problem.
The boy tennis monkey is marked Monchhichi on his headband, the ski monkey is marked Monchhichi on his hat.

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To access your digital files after purchase, go to:

Etsy > You > Purchases and Reviews and look for the order.
For more information go to:
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There are a few ways to print the artwork:

1. Print the files on a home printer or an office printer.
2. For a more professional result take your files to your local print shop or photo lab and have them printed there.
3. Or another great professional option is to upload your artwork files to an online print service of your choice. Have the artwork printed and mailed to you.
If you see a print you like, but isn't listed in the size you are looking for, just send a message and i'll be happy to accommodate where possible.