The condition of this is typical of these large diecuts. The Germans produced four different designs of these “windowpane” diecuts during the early 1930s. None surface often. This is surely the oddest imagery of all - a lascivious JOL! The others to this set can be seen on page 170.
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Wow, here’s yet another result that indicates the vintage Halloween market is getting a bit too frothy. Although this mini-diecut isn’t commonly found, it surfaces enough that a selling price of $810 is simply not sustainable.