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1961 Playboy Femlins Complete Set of Four (4)

1961 Playboy Femlins Complete Set of Four (4)

This is the rarest version of this set issued by Playboy in 1961. Femlin was a character created and popularized by LeRoy Neiman. These figures, in delicate and sensuous quality, were sold in the back of the magazine circa 1961. Rather than the more common but still OH SO RARE composition Femlins, these are composed entirely of resin, in stark black and white glory, made famous by Neiman. Each measures from outstretched, standing Femlin which is about 15” tall, and three others in various provocative positions, 8" long. Minor restoration o/w NRMT condition except for one tiny tip of finger chip. These are truly beautiful.


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