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Baby Bob


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Physical Characteristics
Material Ceramic
Shape Hiball, lid
Dimensions 7.5" x 1.5"
(19cm x 3.8cm)
Capacity 16 fl. oz.
Optimal drink size 7.2 fl. oz. (plus ice)
Decorative Characteristics
Coloring Brown mainly
Imagery Tiki
Marking "Baby Bob" on back
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There are 6 of this item in Ooga-Mooga:

From the Collection of
eab21

From the Collection of
Miss Monk-ii

From the Collection of
tedtiki
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Tiki-Atari, Cincinnatiki
From Squid, a Manufacturer
Manufactured by ?
Designed by Squid
Produced from 2008-?
Edition of 100
Baby Bob was designed and produced by Squid. The mug was inspired by Trader Joe, son of Trader Tom and Ilene Morgan. Like his namesake, Baby Bob is a happy and simple tiki face in white against a rich brown pole backdrop, with black painted eye details. Unlike the original, Baby Bob has very large eyes, a nipple on top with a straw hole, and he is sucking a pacifier.
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Average price: $64.91
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MikeyTiki Sep 20, 2011 $45.00 eBay Flag this Price Sighting for correction
#36 signed
Trader Tom Jul 19, 2011 $84.64 eBay Flag this Price Sighting for correction
#38 Signed by Squid
Loki-Tiki Oct 17, 2009 $45.00 eBay Flag this Price Sighting for correction
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dibroc Mar 6, 2009 $85.00 Manufacturer Flag this Price Sighting for correction
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