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Steiff - Goofy

Disney Goofy made of finest mohair, multicoloured, standing, surface washable, with embroidered eyes, with gold-plated "Button in Ear".

©Disney 
Good-natured but scatterbrained, Disney's cartoon character Goofy is well loved the world over! Goofy first appeared, somewhat disguised, as a member of the audience in Mickey’s Revue (1932). Goofy was distinguished from those around him not so much by his languid appearance but his raucous laugh. That laugh created such an impression on Walt Disney that the character was soon featured in other cartoons. Before long, Goofy was part of the gang that included Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Clarabelle Cow, and Horace Horsecollar. There were 49 Goofy cartoons, but he also appeared in many cartoons with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, as well as more recent television series and videos. He is best known for his series of “How to" cartoons, where the audience laughed at his bumbled explanations and antics. Well, who wouldn’t laugh, "Gawrsh" everyone knows and loves Goofy!

EAN355011

Size : 36cm

Limited Edition : 2,000

Not suitable for children - adult collectors only

Surface wash only

Made in Germany

Pre-order only (with deposit), not yet in stock

£225.00

  

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For items not yet in stock you can pre-order now with a £25 deposit (unless stated otherwise on certain higher value items). Pre-orders with layaway require a 50% deposit of items price but you will have 4 months to pay the balance once it arrives in stock. Please note that if pre-ordering with a deposit, the balance plus postage (if required) will become payable within 14 days of us notifying you that it has come into stock. If you do not complete your order for any reason then your deposit will be forfeit. Deposits paid are non refundable or transferable to other products or people.

We cannot influence the delivery timescales so we respectfully ask for your kind patience if pre-ordering as some Steiff Limited Edition items can take several months from when they are first announced.


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