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#205 Woodsy-Wee Zoo
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 7:
Playsets
1931-1932

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Description: The Woodsy-Wee Zoo is one of the 16 very first toys that were made by Fisher-Price in their beginnings in 1931. This playset includes 5 wooden zoo animals. These animals were also sold in a slightly larger 1931 playset, the #201 Woodsy-Wee Circus. All of the circus accessories roll on easy turning wooden bead wheels and all of them have a metal hooks on the front and back to form a circus train. The tallest figure is the giraffe measuring 5-1/2" tall.
Accessories:
  • FPT4112 - Bear - Black bear with a red ribbon around his neck and large red bow on the side. Rolls on 2 red wooden 5/8" bead wheels. Has 2 small metal connector hooks, one on the front, and one on the back.
  • FPT4108 - Camel - Purple camel with a pink and white circus blanket on his back. Camel rolls on 4 yellow wooden 5/8" bead wheels. Has 2 small metal connector hooks, one on the front, and one on the back.
  • FPT4110 - Elephant - Orange elephant with a purple circus blanket on his back. The blanket has a white edge with a black zig-zag line. Elephant rolls on 4 blue wooden 5/8" bead wheels. Has 2 small metal connector hooks, one on the front, and one on the back.
  • FPT4109 - Giraffe - Yellow giraffe with black spots and a black rope tail (often missing). Rolls on 4 green wooden 5/8" bead wheels. Has 2 small metal connector hooks, one on the front, and one on the back. Measures 5-1/2" tall.
  • FPT4591 - Lion - Yellow lion with an orange mane and a black rope tail (often missing). Rolls on 4 red wooden 5/8" bead wheels. Has 2 small metal connector hooks, one on the front, and one on the back.
Variations: None.
Other Information:
  • 1931 retail price was .65¢.
  • 1932 retail price was .50¢.
  • This set was styled by Margaret Evans Price.
  • Sold in a 10-1/2" long, 9" wide, 1-3/4" deep full-color photo-lithograph box. The bottom of the box has a 5/8" deep lithograph tray with marked died-out locations to hold the animals.
  • Also see 1931-1932's #201 Woodsy-Wee Circus.
  • Also see 1933's #202 Woodsy Circus Wagon.
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