This Dave Grossman vintage figurine from 1974 is Norman Rockwell's "Springtime 1933", which appeared in the Saturday Evening Post on April 3, 1933. This figurine is in excellent condition. There is no box. This figurine measures 6 inches tall, 2 inches wide and 3 inches deep. This piece weighs 3 ounces.
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