Vintage and antique Halloween can be very pricey, wonderful to have, but costly to own. One of the reasons is that most Halloween items were made to use, e.g. cardboard and crepe paper materials, not meant to survive for more than a few holidays. That's also the reason why so few items come across the auction block in pristine condition. They were used and enjoyed and back in those days, people didn't think about saving for later values.
This is a fun, two-sided pumpkin figure from the 1930s. The celluloid figure was sold at auction by Hake's Americana & Collectibles in January 2010.