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#109 Lucky Monk
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1932-1933

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Description: In 1931 Fisher-Price introduced the #104 Lookee Monk in their very first toyline consisting of 16 different toys. The #104 Lookee Monk was a monkey riding a tricycle as he pumped his legs and turned his head from side to side. A year later, Fisher-Price replaced the tricycle-riding monkey and introduced the #109 Lucky Monk. Lucky Monk rides in a little red 4-wheels hand car. When pulled by his pull cord, Lucky Monk pumps his hands, leaning forward and back, and whistling as he goes.
Accessories:
  • FPT4048 - Lucky Monk - Wooden monkey sitting on a red wooden handcart with 4 blue wood wheels. Monkey has a colorful detailed lithograph face, a red litho shirt, and black shorts. He has red wooden arms and black wooden legs. Measures 10" long, 12" high, 4-1/4" wide.
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Other Information:
  • The original dealers cost was $6.25 per dozen, which weighed 24 lbs.
  • The original retail price was $1.00.
  • Also see 1931's #104 Lookee Monk.
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