EDITOR'S NOTE: Many blow mold manufacturers have gone out of business so most blow mold figures shown on this website have been discontinued and will no longer be available. Mold-Craft, Inc. is no longer in business. These photos are just for your viewing pleasure and the blow molds shown here on this site are NOT for sale.
These are the Mold-Craft Carolers and they are lighted above the song book.
Mold-Craft Clown Lighted Bank ~ 1958
This is the Mold-Craft Clown Bank. It was manufactured at Port Washington, WI. Date of manufacture was 1958. This does light up with a C-7 bulb. This is so awesome!!
Mold-Craft Humpty Dumpty Lighted Bank
This is the Mold-Craft Humpty Dumpty Lighted Bank. It is 6" tall. The manufacturing date is 1958.
Mold-Craft Nativity of Mary & Joseph
Here is the Mold-Craft Nativity of Mary & Joseph.
Mold-Craft Santa Bust ~ 1959
Here is the Mold-Craft Santa Bust. The manufacture date is 1959.
This is the Mold-Craft Snowman Lamp that is marked 1959 Mold-Craft Inc. This snowman was an item one could acquire from a Federal Savings & Loan Bank as indicated on the very bottom of the snowman. It even as a control switch you can cut the light on and off easily. It is marked, GILBERT SHOCKPROOF LINE SWITCH Pat Pending. This could be a lamp or a bank. This snowman is 7" tall and he appears to be made of a very hard plastic.
These are the Mold-Craft Pink Lawn Flamingos. The manufacturing date is 1958.
These are the Mold-Craft Beautiful Lawn Herons. The manufacturing date is1958.
Photo courtesy of Rick Perpich
Here is the Mold-Craft Coca-Cola Bottle. Mold-Craft made both 6' & 42" Coca-Cola bottles in 1953. This is a pre-blow mold era Mold-Craft Coca-Cola Coke bottle. It stands a whooping 6' tall. It states on the bottle, "Mold-Craft Pt Washington Wisconsin." This is a very rare bottle. It is constructed of a much stronger, thicker and firmer rubber-like material. I am assuming this coke bottle is made of what was called "PLASTISOL" that Mold-Craft started using in 1958. It would be the same material that the Mold-Craft choir people, squirrels, flamingos, banks, etc., that we have seen are made of. This is not lighted as far as I know. This is not a true blow mold as the blow mold technique was not developed until about 1962. It was manufactured in 1953. I believe only a few of these coke bottles were produced. I am not sure of how many though were produced. The are not to many of these coke bottles around. This is an awesome and rare coke bottle.
Here is the Mold-Craft Bunny Bank. It is 7.5" tall. The manufacturing date is 1958.
These are the Mold-Craft Christmas Carolers. They stand 40" tall. The manufacturing date is 1958.
Here is the Mold-Craft Nativity Angel. The manufacturing date is 1958.
Here is the Mold-Craft Lamb. The manufacturing date 1958. It is catalog #112-7.
These are the Mold-Craft Reindeer. One is a fawn & the other one is the doe. The manufacturing date is 1958.
photo courtesy of Mel Fischer ~ WA.
Here is the Mold-Craft Nativity Set. It is the only surviving piece of an eleven piece set.
Here is the Mold-Craft Nativity Set of Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus laying in the cradle. The cradle is made of wood.
photos courtesy of Mel Fischer ~ WA.
Here is the Mold-Craft Red Piggy Bank.
Here is the Mold-Craft Joseph. The manufacturing date is 1958. It is catalog #100-7.