Looks like plastic toy figures of the 2021 G7 leaders at Cornwall. (Figures are not sold separately):
And when you get tired of moving around the G7 figures, you can buy these seven plastic toy figures of recent Presidents of the United States:
This LBJ figure was sold by Remco in 1964, and no, LBJ is not depicted here sitting on a bathroom fixture:
In 1947, Frank Sinatra handed Eleanor Roosevelt this madcap FDR figure, and she looks as if she is struggling to make a tactful reply:

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Medgar Evers (right), NAACP field secretary in Mississippi, protesting in Jackson eleven days before he was murdered in front of his house, today 1963: Image
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Catholic chaplain worships with American soldiers and sailors destined to fight on D-Day at Omaha Beach, this week 1944: #NARA Image
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