A new variation of Mickey, and 2 Darians.
A newspaper article about novelty buttons:
From the Albury Banner and Wodonga Express, 15th April 1938:
The term “sooled off” was new to me. It apparently was an Australian slang term meaning to urge or goad, similar to “sick ’em”. The term ‘grotesque’ could mean a comically distorted figure, not only an ugly one. Pictures of a prawn button, the Pop Eye buttons and Mickey and Donald buttons from 1936-1940 Australian advertising are shown below.