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#104 Lookee Monk
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1931-1931


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Description: Lookee Monk is one of the 16 very first toys that were made by Fisher-Price in their beginnings in 1931. This happy little monkey is mounted on a yellow wooden tricycle in anxious anticipation of going for a ride. When pulled by his pull cord, Lookee Monk turns his head from side to side as his legs busily pump the pedals on his tricycle.
Accessories:
  • FPT19471 - Lookee Monk - Wooden monkey sitting on a yellow wooden tricycle with 3 red wood wheels. Monkey has a colorful detailed lithograph face and a yellow litho shirt and black shorts. He has blue wooden arms, blue wooden jointed legs, a long purple pipe cleaner tail. Measures 9" long x 10-3/4" high x 4" wide. *See "Variations" below.
  • FPT19470 - Red felt hat with yellow tassel that fits on Lookee Monk's head.
Variations:
  • FPT4046 - Lookee Monk - Wooden monkey sitting on a yellow wooden tricycle with 3 red wood wheels. Monkey has a colorful detailed lithograph face and a red litho shirt and black shorts. He has blue wooden arms, blue wooden jointed legs, a long purple pipe cleaner tail. Measures 9" long x 10-3/4" high x 4" wide.
Other Information:
  • Original retail price was $1.00.
  • Lookee Monk was styled by Margaret Evans Price.
  • Lookee Monk was redesigned and reissued in 1932 as #109 Lucky Monk.
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