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According to This Old Toy's website, Big Bill Pelican was made by Fisher Price from 1961 to 1968. When pulled, he opens and closes his big bill with a loud craww-aww-craww-aww sound while his big feet flip flop in unison. Big Bill has paper lithographs on the sides and edges of his body of white feathers with blue highlights and a fish basket around it's neck with a green fish tail sticking out of the basket. The pelican has a wooden head with long neck and paper lithographs on the sides and edges of white feathers with blue highlights and great big blue eyes. He has a huge orange plastic bill and white vinyl crown feathers on the top of his head. The pelican has wooden cut out feathers on the sides of his body with paper lithographs on the top sides of white feathers with blue highlights. Rolls on 4 light blue wooden wheels and has 2 orange plastic legs with huge orange plastic feet. Legs move, feet flip flop, bill opens and closes and makes sound when pulled. 7 5/8 inches high, 5 1/2 inches wide and 9 3/8 inches long.

This Big Bill only has one minor problem with one leg piece missing. His foot is still attached but flips upside down while walking. Lithographs are still in great vintage shape with only a little wear and scratches on the plastic bill. All moving parts still move and he still craww awws.

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1960s Fisher Price Big Bill Pelican pull toy

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: wood, paper, plastic
  • Ships worldwide from Minnesota, United States
  • Feedback: 374 reviews
  • Favorited by: 49 people