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#512 Bunny Drummer
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1942-1942

Description: Ding-ding-ding, here comes the Bunny Drummer. The practiced bunny rabbit swings his arms to strike his metal bell in rhythm to the speed at which he is pulled. Children can fill the roomy cart with candy and/or small toys. The Bunny Drummer replaced 1941's #520 Bunny Bell Cart. Both carts are similar, however the #520 bunny has 2 ears showing and the #512 has only one ear showing. Pay special attention to the color of the platform and cart and the placement of the bell. The #512 also has a variation using a flat wooden disk oposed to a metal bell. 1946-1948's #505 Bunny Drummer is the same as the #512 except for platform and cart color and the placement of the bell.
Accessories:
  • FPT8357 - Yellow rectangular wooden platform with 4 red wooden wheels, a yellow 4-sided wooden cart on the front, and a wooden cut-out bunny on the back. Bunny has paper lithographs on two sides of a bunny with only one ear and eye showing and wearing blue overalls with a carrot sticking out of his back pocket. Bunny has seperate wooden arms with paper lithographs on the side of bunny arms. Each arm has an attached mallot on the end to stike the flat red wooden disk in front of the bunny (top ledge of cart). Measures 10-1/4" long. *See "Variations" below.

Variations: None.

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