A dexterity puzzle advertising “Star Soap” brand soap. The puzzle is a round metal tin with painted interior and plastic cover. The interior has a green background and depicts a caricature of a man’s head and shoulders. He is painted black with black hair and a wide, red mouth. He is wearing a blue shirt with four black buttons. The black text above and below the image reads [BUY STAR SOAP / SCHULTZ & Co ZANESVILLE, O.] Five (5) white plastic balls are enclosed in the tin. They can be "caught" in the man's mouth. The back of the tin is plain silver-toned metal. Adhered to the back is a white sticker with black handwriting reads [$65 00].
A crank toy in the form of two minstrel male dancers mounted atop a brown wooden box. The figures are metal and wood, and are connected by wire to a cylindrical metal spindle covered in red fabric that protrudes out from a round hole in the top of the box. The figures have identical fabric clothing: brown shirts, white bow ties, white belts, and tan pants. Both figures dimpled bald heads, round white eyes, large red mouths, widely spaced white teeth, elongated necks and have bare feet. An L-shaped silver metal crank extends out from one side of the box. The crank has a brown and black wooden handle.