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Back cover of 1953 Hazelle's product catalog. This page features 801 Teto, the marionette with which this brochure came.

Back cover of 1953 Hazelle's product catalog. This page features 801 Teto, the marionette with which this brochure came.

Hazelle's 1953 catalog, inside right.

Hazelle's 1953 catalog, inside right.

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jan klaassen set - joepie.nl

1959 Hazelle's Marionettes Brochure. Purchased December 12, 2015 online auction for $6.50 + $2.60 s&h

Vintage 1959 hazelle's marionettes toys 4 page brochure/catalog

This 1954 product brochure from Hazelle's Marionettes arrived this week. The front looks just like the 1953 brochure. A couple of changes were made, but it is essentially the same.

This 1954 product brochure from Hazelle's Marionettes arrived this week. The front looks just like the 1953 brochure. A couple of changes were made, but it is essentially the same.

Hazelle's product brochures came in the mail today -- ones I didn't have. Left, circa 1950-52, came with Alice. Right, copyright 1953, came with Tomboy. After posting the other side, I have decided these are probably the backs of these. Check my post of the fronts to see how I dated these.

Hazelle's product brochures came in the mail today -- ones I didn't have. Left, circa 1950-52, came with Alice. Right, copyright 1953, came with Tomboy. After posting the other side, I have decided these are probably the backs of these. Check my post of the fronts to see how I dated these.

Inside of 1961 Hazelles Marionettes product brochure that arrived today.

Inside of 1961 Hazelles Marionettes product brochure that arrived today.

This one of those happy stories that I love to tell. I could tell this was a pretty decent box, but the main reason I got it was for the product "catalog" that I just posted. But the puppet itself is easily the finest example of Tito that I have. Even the controller has a "new looking" paper tag on it. Welcome home Teto.

This one of those happy stories that I love to tell. I could tell this was a pretty decent box, but the main reason I got it was for the product "catalog" that I just posted. But the puppet itself is easily the finest example of Tito that I have. Even the controller has a "new looking" paper tag on it. Welcome home Teto.

Left 1950-52. Right 1953. With these new additions I don't have to guess anymore, for example, that the 1952/53 season was the end of the 900 series marionettes. They don't appear in the color catalog, but I thought it was possible that they were in this brochure from 1953. With this information, I could extrapolate and infer that the left flier is from between 1950/51 and 1952/53 seasons, because of the presence of the 900 Series made of Tenite. (900 Series were composition before 1950.)

Left 1950-52. Right 1953. With these new additions I don't have to guess anymore, for example, that the 1952/53 season was the end of the 900 series marionettes. They don't appear in the color catalog, but I thought it was possible that they were in this brochure from 1953. With this information, I could extrapolate and infer that the left flier is from between 1950/51 and 1952/53 seasons, because of the presence of the 900 Series made of Tenite. (900 Series were composition before 1950.)

Hazelle's Marionettes 809-Robin Hood arrived in the mail today. I have several versions of this character, but this one is the oldest example I have now. It is also the first one I have in this style of box. This one came with what one collector calls a coffin box -- I prefer the industry term telescoping box. I have one in a window box also.

Hazelle's Marionettes 809-Robin Hood arrived in the mail today. I have several versions of this character, but this one is the oldest example I have now. It is also the first one I have in this style of box. This one came with what one collector calls a coffin box -- I prefer the industry term telescoping box. I have one in a window box also.

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