When I first saw this I thought something about it didn't look right. What threw me is the use of rivets, rarely seen with German diecuts. The only other example I can think of is with the various sized skeleton diecuts the Germans produced. Even though it is probably vintage, I don't like it much. The styling looks stilted and awkward. The upright stance of the cat was rendered far better in the Hobo Cat diecut seen on page 130. It will be interesting to see what this poorly realized diecut fetches.
Mark B. Ledenbach's vintage Halloween collectibles blog.