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Jack and the Wishing Well, Mid Century Set of 2 Die Cut Child's Nursery Rhyme Character Wall Decor

How fun is this? It's a 2piece set of hard card board or fiber board 3/8" thick depicting Jack "Tumbling Down the Hill" from fetching the pail of water from the well. Jill and the pail are long gone, but the iconic and exciting represnation of Jack makes this a real winner.

The set is in good vintage condition. No tears or beaks through the pieces though there are some bumps and bruises including the finger, which is shown in the fourth photo. There is also something stuck to the surface near Jack's ear. It might come off, but I will leave that to you. . All the nicks could be covered colored with marked if you wished. I preferred to leave that to the buyer if desired.

Jack has a factory marking on one of his shoes. It's illegible but from my research I've found that these are from the 1950's and were made by the Dolly Toy Company of Ohio.

Jack Measures 9 1/2" wide x 11 1/4" high overall

The well measures 6 5/8" wide x 7 1/2" high

The illustration style looks archetypically mid century to me, and would be perfect in a retro nursery.

As always, your shipping charge will be what the post office prints on the stamp, so if I quoted high, even on multi-item purchases, I will refund you the difference back to your Paypal account. If I quoted low- you've got a deal!

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Jack and the Wishing Well, Mid Century Set of 2 Die Cut Child's Nursery Rhyme Character Wall Decor


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Array, cardboard
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
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