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The Happy Family Picture Book - 1920's rare Buzza Movable

Happy Family
Buzza Vintage Movable book from the 1920's


 
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The Happy Family Movable Picture Book

Minneapolis: Buzza, no date circa 1920. 4to, (7x9 1/2”), stiff pictorial wraps

Very Good Condition. All the original removable figures are still present! Loose pieces such as this are very rare to find complete.

Each spread has a picture, a rhyme, and an arrow to tuck the removable figure into. The figure can be moved or jiggled - or taken out completely.
See photos.

Unusual novelty book of interest to both movable book and Buzza collectors.

Collectors Corner:

George Buzza founded the Buzza Company in 1907. The company started out selling college posters and posters for retail stores. When the market for these went away, he decided to manufacture greeting cards. In 1928 Buzza merged with the Charles S. Clark Company of New York City. In 1929 Buzza sold his interest in the company and retired to California. Buzza was considered to be a pioneer in his use of color. He produced few movable books. But other titles include:

My peek-a-boo show book

MY WHIRLIGIG FAIR BOOK. Minneapolis, MN: The Buzza Co, (1929)

Let’s Play Circus: Another Peek-a-boo Book. By Carrie Dudley. Minneapolis,

Minnesota, A Gordon Volland Production presented by the Buzza Co., 1928.

Mother Goose in Motion Pictures. The Buzza Co



$550.00


Product Code: A-20

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Antique Vintage Movable Book