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#900N Struttin' Donald Duck
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1940-1941

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Description: The #900N Struttin' Donald Duck replaced the 1939-1940's #900 Struttin' Donald Duck. The wooden legs used in the #900 were eliminated on the #900N and replaced with blue wheels with yellow rubber feet attached.
Accessories:
  • FPT4425 - Wooden cut out with paper lithographs on both sides of Donald Duck wearing a blue sailor's shirt with a red bow tie and a white sailor's cap. Donald has seperate wooden arms with paper lithographs of blue sleeves and white hands. Donald rolls on two big wooden wheels with large yellow rubber feet attached. A hole in Donald's back accepts the removable push stick. When pushed, Donald waddles from side to side, flaps his rubber feet, swings his arms, and makes a "quack-quack" sound. Measures 10-1/2" high, 6" wide, 5" long.
  • 2-Piece Push-Stick:
    • Long slender wooden push stick that fits into Struttin' Donald Duck's back.
    • Shorter, wide wooden stick with a recessed hole to accept the long slender wooden push stick.
Variations:
  • FPT4814 - Blue 18" long wooden push stick with red knob on end.
Other Information:
  • Copyright Walt Disney Productions.
  • Patent No. 2,103,435.
  • Original retail price was .50¢.
  • Also see 1939-1940's #900 Struttin' Donald Duck.
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