This is a rare diecut, indeed, evidenced by its already strong price with over 2 full days to run on the auction. This is among relative handful of German diecuts made in 1935 and shipped only to eastern Canada before the outflow of holiday goods from Germany was shut down for good until 1946. There are four designs comprising this set. You can see two of them in my book's third edition on page 171.
08/05 Update: This sold for a strong $472.77. I say "strong" based on its poor condition.