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Ice Cream Doll childrens’ dolls

Description: Sweet Home Shoe House And Ice Cream Doll Recalled by Wisconsin Toy NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 26, 1988 Release # 89-032 Playset And Doll Recalled Because Of Possible Choking Hazard WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In cooperation with the U.S. Product Safety Commission, the Wisconsin Toy Company, Inc. of New York is voluntarily recalling its "Sweet Home Shoe House Playset" and "Ice Cream Doll" because they have small parts and may present a choking hazard to young children. Consumers should take the items away from children and return them to the retailer where purchased for a full refund. The "Sweet Home Shoe House Playset" is a plastic house in the shape of a workboot, measuring 11 by 7 by 6 inches, containing is pieces of dolls and doll furniture. The playsets are labeled "1984 JUMBOS INTERNATIONAL (HONG KONG) CO. NO. 698", and 6,500 were sold nationally for about $5.00. "Ice Cream Doll" is a soft doll about 12 inches tall, with a plastic ice cream cone suspended from a string around the neck of the doll, with a sewn-in label marked "ICE CREAM DOLL, MADE IN HONG KONG." $3.00. CPSC and Wisconsin Toy said they know of no injuries involved with the toys. U.S. Customs agents and CPSC inspectors discovered the small parts violation of the Ice Cream Doll during "Operation Toyland" import surveillance at Newark, New Jersey last fall. Anyone wishing additional information may call Wisconsin at (201) 279-9718. [Learn More]

Ice Cream Doll childrens’ dolls Recall Information

Country of OriginHong Kong
Recall Date05/26/1988
Recall ID4743
Recall Number88032
Product TypeToy Play Sets/Activity Sets
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