JELL-O SERIES

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SML-259 Three Little Kittens

A popular series of 13 figurines made for General Foods (Jell-O) in conjunction with an advertising campaign run in the Reader's Digest from 1952 to 1956 by its advertising firm Young & Rubicam.   They are designed to suggest occasions or reasons for eating Jell-O. The figures are listed below in the order in which they were produced, 3000 of each.  The last item was a cereal  milk picture which could be ordered for $1 and a Jell-O label; 100,000 of these were produced in Japan with nearly all of them now lost or discarded.
Baby SML-202 Old Woman in the Shoe SML-251
Fat Man SML-201 Rabbit

SML-230

Giraffe SML-250 Santa SML-252
Jell-O Cow Milk Pitcher LC-13

Scottish Girl

SML-199

Lion SML-227 Stork SML-203
Lost in the Kitchen SML-200 Three Little Kittens SML-259
Moose SML-231 Whale SML-229

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