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Looks like the bisque of the 1930's - painted, unglazed. There as an Indian chief and also the the chief and squaw with the articulated arms. What do you think?
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It is really interesting! Is it about the same size as other Cracker Jack bisque?
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Oh I love it, Theresa. I don't suppose it is marked JAPAN, is it? My initial instinct is to say no but I hope I am wrong.