The WorldWide Blues, Co.
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Toys 
Dolls and toys are some of the most collectible items that enjoy wide popularity today.  We have selected some very interesting prints to offer that everyone will find unique and unusual.
Titled "Babes in Toyland" this print is a combined copy of two U.S. Patent Office application drawings for toy dolls.  One for Crawling Doll, 1970 and the other for Kissing Doll, 1975.  Printed on our highest quality paper.
( *ATTENTION- PLEASE NOTE* ) - THE BLUE and WHITE DRAWING THAT YOU SEE IS NOW AVAILABLE IN BLACK and WHITE ONLY.!! IT IS MORE STRIKING AND BEAUTIFUL IN THESE NEW TONES AND ALLOWS FOR MORE VARIETY IN FRAMING AND ROOM LOCATION. GET OUT YOUR OLD TRAINING WHEELS AND CHECK OUT THIS PRINT! This wonderful early bicycle print has been made from an outstanding and impressive drawing filed with the U.S. Patent Office in 1894 by R.J. Gatling. That's right- the prolific inventor most remembered for his unrivaled development of the famous "Gatling Gun". Shown in fine clarity and detail, it is an extraordinary profile view of this unique bicycle. This unusual modern reproduction print is 16" x 20" and printed in elegant deep black with sharp white lines. It is perfect for framing within any standard frame. A perfect gift to give to yourself or to any cycling enthusiast or that hard to satisfy individual. A print which is sure to strike up a conversation!
Size 20"x16"   $25.00 Item # P-112
Size 11"x8.5"  $11.00 Item # P-112-B
Size 16"x20"     $25.00   Item # M-3  
A most unusual mechanism.  This 1975 Patent Office drawing for a simple game-toy appears to be very complex and intricate.  The drawing and description that is shown, make this print a real conversation piece.  Printed on our highest quality paper.
Size 20"x16"  $25.00   Item # P-111
Size 11"x8.5"  $11.00  Item # P-111-B
Dolls  " Babes in Toyland"
   Bicycle 1894
Kid's Game
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Est. 1997