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DescriptionRolling Stones "Party Pack" Toy Instrument Set (UK - Selcol No. 1001, 1960s). Manufactured in the UK by Selcol, this incredibly rare set is made even more desirable by the fact that it's still on its original card. Includes a kazoo, miniature bass guitar, and harmonica with "Rolling Stones" printed across the top, on a cardboard backing emblazoned with illustrations of the band members - Mick, Keith, Bill, Brian, and Charlie - playing or holding their instruments. Backing card measures 7" x 15". Very Good condition. Card exhibits creasing, with some tearing where the bass guitar connects. Bass shows light soiling, with one loose string.
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