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  • Queen Elizabeth’s childhood toys sell at auction
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    Paul Fraser
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Queen Elizabeth’s childhood toys sell at auction

A pair of Mickey and Minnie Mouse toys, which once belonged to a young Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret during the 1920s and 1930s, has sold for £880 ($1,191).

Queens Toys auction

The Mickey and Minnie Mouse dolls date to the early 1930s 

They dolls were among a selection of seven toys from the Queen’s childhood to auction at Burstow & Hewitt earlier today.

The toys were gifted to Clara Allah Knight, nurse to the royal family in the 1930s.

They’ve been passed down in her family as an heirloom ever since. 

A Queen-owned pressed felt doll by Deans Rag Book sold for £250 ($338).

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  • Post author
    Paul Fraser
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