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e are pleased to present the "Cowardly Lion" - part of our exciting series of mice celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the classic 1939 motion picture The Wizard of Oz.
Brought to life for the first time in the form of a mouse, Oz's benevolent Cowardly Lion is made of fine mohair plush with hand painted features, resin hands and feet, German glass eyes, inset whiskers, and a leather tail.
The Cowardly Lion comes authentically outfitted in a full lion suit made of fine mohair with subtle airbrushed coloration and felt paw pads. His mohair curls cascade around his face and are topped with a tiny red silk bow. A tuft of fur at the tip of his mousey tail completes his trademark ensemble. Measuring just 3" tall, a built-in metal stand provides effortless display.
The Cowardly Lion mouse is produced at the R. John Wright Dolls studio workshop in Bennington, Vermont, in a limited edition of only 200 pieces worldwide. Each comes enclosed in a deluxe presentation box with the accompanying signed and numbered certificate of authenticity and the forms for registration. Matching edition numbers are provided to other characters in the collection subject to availability. The R. John Wright Wizard of Oz Mouse Series is officially licensed by Warner Brothers.
THE WIZARD OF OZ: TM & © Turner Entertainment Co.
The Cowardly Lion mouse is available through all RJW AUTHORIZED RETAILERS.
DIRECT PURCHASE: The Cowardly Lion is also available directly from the RJW COMPANY STORE. The purchase price of $450.00 includes shipping & insurance in the domestic United States! [For overseas shipping rates, contact the RJW office.]
TO ORDER COWARDLY LION: Please select the option below which best describes your request. All orders are subject to availability.
TO ORDER THE FULL SET OF 8 WIZARD OF OZ MICE with matching edition numbers: Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, Glinda, Wicked Witch, Nikko, and The Wizard:
You may also place your order request via phone: 1-802-447-7072.
ESTIMATED AVAILABILITY: September 2014