'Do No Evil' Sock Monkey - Stock image

Arms Crossed, Doll, Hat, Smiling, Smirking

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Stock photo ID:455495607
Upload date:December 10, 2013

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A smiling 1950's sock monkey with arms crossed. Sometimes in the 'see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil' proverb, there is also a forth monkey with arms crossed which represents 'Do No Evil'. These homemade animals were very popular in the US and Canada. Sewing instructions were provided by the company that made the socks. The early socks had the distinctive pointed heel, giving the frown or smile to the monkey.
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