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#634 Drummer Boy
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1967-1969


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Description: This little Drummer Boy has no gift, but he'll play his drum for you by rum-pum-pum-bum! The wooden drummer boy is mounted on a plastic base and swings his arms to strike his plastic drum. This is the last Fisher-Price pull toy that was made with moving arms, except for ToyFest reproduction.
Accessories:
  • FPT2460 - Wooden cut-out drummer boy who sits on a plastic base and beats on a plastic drum (part of the base) as the toy is pulled. The drummer boy has paper lithographs on both sides of a boy wearing a tall black band hat, a red band jacket, and blue pants. He has 2 seperate wooden cut-out arms with paper lithographs on the sides of red jacket sleeves and white gloved hands. There is an attached mallet in each hand to strike the drum with. The mallets are springs with a yellow wooden bead on the end of each. The toy rolls on 4 red plastic balloon-type wheels. Measures 6-7/8" long, 8-1/2" high and 6" wide.
Variations: None.
Other Information: None.
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