A Painted Child’s Pull-along Crocodile – Constructed of wood most probably in 1919
A painted child’s pull-along crocodile which when in motion has a gaping mouth and a wagging tail. It has a patent application stamp to its base No. 5905/19. Which leaves me with the slightly sentimental notion that it could have been made by a serviceman returning from the great-war, for his son.
Condition: Substantial paint loses to the base, its tail restored.
Probably 1919. Length 28” Height 11” Depth 7” Price £ POA
Category: Antique English Folk Art