This doll is dressed in the height of 1870s fashion with a special tam. It was made by C. F. Kling & Co. of Germany.
Obama-related pins, banners, bobble head dolls, pint glasses, mouse pads and calendars were available on the streets of D.C.
This Buddy L Toy truck sold for $52 in an online auction. The Moline Pressed Steel Co.began making toys under the name, Buddy L, in 1921.
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A belsnickle is a hooded stern-looking Saint Nicholas figure that holds a tree or branch in his folded arms. They were also called Pelz Nichol, which means "Nicholas in Fur."