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A G.I. Joe Navy Original Talking Action Figurine, Hasbro Circa 1967. An early production model of the popular "talking" Joe figurine, this is the Navy version; the figure has brown hair and the slightly smaller 'hard' head as well as the larger version hands and feet; the left shoulder piece has multiple cracks at the peg-hole and does not hold the forearm piece very tightly; with usual knee cracks and a tiny paint rub on one eyebrow, hair paint nearly perfect; the uniform and boots appear to be from the regular production run but the shirt has the words "NBE Sample / To Men / 8-3-67" penned in black ballpoint ink on the back; otherwise the boots and the clothing are in good condition; "talking" feature still in working condition; back of figurine is stamped "GI Joe / Copyright 1964 / By Hasbro / Patent Pending / Made in USA."
Length: 12"

PROVENANCE:
From the personal collection of Don Levine, creator of G.I. Joe, directly to the present owner.

Service and Handling Description: Miscellaneous Collectibles, Small (view shipping information)

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Auction Dates
August, 2013
10th
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