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Flores Yo-Yo
Exhibit #3082
TypeProduction
ShapeStandard (-)
AxleFixed
FinishPainted
ColorRed with Black Stripe
PackagingNone
ConstructionOne piece wood
ResponseNone
Diameter2.25 inch
GapFixed
Condition9
Date1920
To1929
OwnerDavid Hall
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This is a very nice example of an early Flores with ink stamped logo that I found in 2018. Amazing that these are now almost 100 years old, and can still be found (if rarely) in such nice condition. It appears this one was used only a few times ... the string is finger looped , but not any damage on the edges from hitting the ground.

This is a larger flores at 2.25 inches, and carries a unique double stripe that I had not seen before. Beautiful piece! Paint still has a glossy almost new shine. If not for a few flecks of paint missing on the back, and a weaker stamp for the logo, I would have rated this one a 10.
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