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Her mother Bertha wrote the verse. These inexpensive and very popular dolls were sold undressed. For the third doll, the striking Golliwog, Florence sought inspiration from an old rag doll from her childhood. Left and middle: peg wooden dolls, late 19th century. Right: Golliwog doll by Steiff They were stuffed black figures, with a friendly look but having a bad hair day, wearing red pants and a bow tie.

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Her mother Bertha wrote the verse. These inexpensive and very popular dolls were sold undressed. For the third doll, the striking Golliwog, Florence sought inspiration from an old rag doll from her childhood. Left and middle: peg wooden dolls, late 19th century. Right: Golliwog doll by Steiff They were stuffed black figures, with a friendly look but having a bad hair day, wearing red pants and a bow tie.

In England during the first half of the twentieth century, the Golliwog became almost as popular as the Teddy Bear. Published by Durand Paris, In France the Golliwog inspired Claude Debussy. Debussy dedicated this suite, about toys coming to life, to his much beloved daughter Emma, nicknamed Chouchou. The cover with a small elephant holding a gigantic Golliwog balloon is rather surrealistic, and was drawn by Debussy himself. Alexander Sacharoff as Golliwog. Photo by By Hans Holdt.

Even the famous Enid Blython also incorporated a rather evil Golliwog in her books. But it was later banished from revised editions. The popularity of the Gollywog contributed to the spread of the blackface iconography in Europe.

Like their parents they were racially insensitive and not aware that the blackface itself represents a demeaning image of black people. The song is dedicated to the Blue Cross, an animal welfare organisation that cared for sick and injured horses during World War One. And of course the Golliwog was also used for marketing other things than sheet music. De Vigny created a spicy, floral, oriental perfume for ladies.

Its bottle was designed by Michel de Brunhoff, who worked for Vogue France. He was the brother of Jean de Brunhoff, creator of Babar. The top of the stopper was fitted with real seal fur. These flasks were sold until the late s. The advert above was distributed as late as when it became muddled by protests, indignation and outcry against its racism. The Golliwog was also known as a classic contortionist act. A sketch by the Florida Trio from the early fifties gives an idea of the torturous feat.

Into what name did the Golliwogs change their name in , the year in which they recorded their single Tell Me? Not too difficult, if you ask me.

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The golliwog contributed enormously to the spread of blackface iconography in Europe. The company used to give away golliwog badges and small plaster figures playing musical instruments jazz musicians or sports and other such themes. The Gollywog badge collection scheme was withdrawn in According to an editorial in The Times newspaper, golliwogs were banned by the Nazis in on the grounds they were inappropriate toys for young German children, "for of all non-Aryans none is more completely non-Aryan than he [Golliwog] Some say he is so attractive an advertisement for a black face that his presence makes it harder to teach the young to wash. In the late s, Trebor , the manufacturer, replaced the image with the face of a black-bearded pirate. Art historian Sir Kenneth Clark said that the golliwogs of his childhood were "examples of chivalry, far more persuasive than the unconvincing Knights of the Arthurian legend.

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