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Because I have not seen one of these elsewhere, and it's high time for something like this to exist, I have decided to put together a little Douglas Cuddle Toy seam and hang tag reference guide for all Douglas collectors out there!

I have been an avid collector of Douglas plushes (mainly their dogs) since back in 2001 when I came across a website and saw Riley the St. Bernard's picture. Shortly thereafter, I discovered all the other life size breeds that Douglas had in their line at that time and I fell head over heels in love and had to have them all.

To this day, Douglas remains my favorite American plush manufacturer, and, though their quality has dropped a bit over the years, they still offer a lot to get excited about and collect. Because of this enduring appeal, there are now more Douglas collectors around than ever, so having a decent source of information about their plushes, past and present, is in order.

The Douglas Cuddle Toy company began in 1956 and their plushes have been through many tag variations since then. Finding an older plush new with their hang tag can be pretty difficult but, luckily, on most plushes, the seam tags remain intact. This is beneficial; to my knowledge, aside from one or two odd examples, Douglas hang tags have never stated the year a plush was manufactured. On the other hand, their seam tags did for awhile in the 1980s and early 1990s, and do again currently.

We will start at the beginning with the vintage examples.


:star: Vintage Douglas Plush (1956-1989) :star:

An admirable trait that Douglas's vintage plushes had in common was that they were all "made with pride" in the United States. Interestingly, their early plushes were filled with foam. This would have made them more "cuddly" than many of the other plushes of that era, which would have been filled with straw, shredded fabric, or other filler that would have been prickly or stiff in nature.

It seems that, from their early years, the company's mascot was a teddy bear that was later depicted riding a plush horse. This teddy bear mascot appeared on the hang tags into the early 1990s.

Another detail from this early era was the hang tags being attached to the plushes by means of a thin red thread that was usually loosely tied around the plush's neck or around a ribbon that was around the plush's neck. This tradition carried through the decades to where, even in the late 1990s, some of their plushes still had the hang tags attached to them with a red thread.

-The very early seam tags from around the 1950s-1960s were made of ribbon-like material and had a diamond over the 'D' of the word 'Douglas' on the tag. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-This tag seems a little newer due to its material being made of a paper/fabric blend instead of the ribbon-like material. The writing and fonts remain the same as they were on the earlier tag. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Reverse of the style of seam tag linked to above: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Plushes with their hang tags still intact from this era are fairly uncommon but every now and then, a plush from this time does show up with their hang tag in pristine condition. This tag features the teddy bear mascot and might be from around the 1960s: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Later, perhaps late 1960s, the seam tag with the "Cuddle Toys by Douglas" logo at the top was used. This version was probably the seam tag in use for the longest amount of time and was likely used through the 1970s and possibly into the early 1980s. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Reverse of the style of seam tag linked to above: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


Starting as early as 1985 (possibly earlier) and continuing until at least 1990, the seam tags had the year of manufacture at the bottom. These tags were basically the same as their earlier version, just with the copyright year and information along the bottom edge. 

-An example of one from 1985: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this is an example of a hang tag from 1985: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Here is a hang tag, front and reverse, from 1987: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-An example of a seam tag from 1989: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


In the 1980s and the 1990s, Douglas had a couple distinct lines of plush. The larger plush belonged to a line referred to as the "Classics," and the smaller plush were part of a line they called their "Little Cuddlers."  The Little Cuddlers had special seam and hang tags made just for them. The seam tags were very simple and were just white with black text. The important thing, is that they included the plush's year of manufacture. Another detail of interest is that, around this time, Douglas began outsourcing. Their larger and more elaborate plushes (the "Classics" line) were still made in the US, but the smaller plushes (the "Little Cuddlers" line) were now being made in Korea and were later made in China.

-Here is an example of a Little Cuddlers seam and hang tag set from 1988: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


:star: Douglas Cuddle Toy's Golden Age (1990-2010) :star:

Something miraculous happened at the Douglas company around the beginning of the 1990s. The quality of the faux fur they were using for their toys increased dramatically. Poses became less stiff and more lifelike. Details such as paws, airbrushing, and expressions became much more advanced. Yes, the 1990s ushered in the Golden Years of the company, at least as far as quality is concerned. Douglas made some of their most impressive and sought after plush toys during this 20-year time span.

This period in Douglas history also sees the most variation in seam and hang tags. They still frequently used the method of threading the hang tag through the seam tag by means of a red thread at least until 1995, but towards the end of the 1990s, they moved to exclusively affixing the hang tag through the seam tag with plastic fasteners.

-In 1990 they were still printing the year on the seam tags. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this is an example of a hang tag from that time, note the presence of the teddy bear mascot on his horse: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-The front and reverse of a "Little Cuddlers" seam tag from 1991: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And one of the "Little Cuddlers" seam tags from 1993: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-In the early to mid 1990s, the white folded over seam tags featuring the red Douglas logo with the procession of animals appeared. Several of their plush were still US-made during the time this tag was in use. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Here is an example of the style of hang tag seen paired with the above style of seam tag, this seems to be the style of hang tag that was used for the rest of the 1990s and perhaps even into the year 2000, note the pink rectangle around the logo: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-The seam tags from after 1995 were cloth tags, folded over, and they had red text. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-You can see here, that the seam tag with the red text was also accompanied by the hang tag with the pink rectangle: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


I am unsure if the seam tags with red text were still in use when Douglas began using the hang tags without the pink rectangle.


-In the late 1990s, the seam tags were very similar to the ones that came before them, with the main difference being that, instead of red thread used for the text, it was pink. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Here is an unusual example of a seam tag accompanied by a hang tag without the pink rectangle, this is probably from the very late 1990s or the year 2000: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this is an example of a "Little Cuddlers" seam tag with pink text, unfortunately, they no longer put the date of manufacture on the "Little Cuddlers" seam tags in the late 1990s: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-In 2001, when I began my Douglas collection, Douglas was using the unfolded, elongated rectangular tag with the pink stripe. This style of seam tag was probably introduced in the very late 1990s or in the year 2000. Here is the example of that style: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this would be the accompanying hang tag, very close in appearance to the previous version of the hang tag, just missing the pink rectangle around the logo: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


In 2002, Douglas began using the seam tag we are all familiar with today, the unfolded, elongated rectangular tag with the red border that tells us that Douglas is "The Cuddle Toy." An interesting change to the logo on the hang tag that accompanies this seam tag is that the green elephant was switched out for a yellow begging dachshund. Seeing that dogs have made up a large part of their plush line for a long time, perhaps the company wished to depict this animal in the line-up on their tags.

-Here is an example of this seam tag introduced in 2002 that is still being used today: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-The hang tag example, also first introduced back in 2002 and still in use today, can be seen here, it now has a red border that matches the seam tag, and it no longer folds in half but is much simpler with just a front and a back. Look for the new dachshund: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


As the years of the 2000s passed, more and more of Douglas's large sized plushes were discontinued. This change in their line was most apparent around the time the US stock market took a dive in 2008. People were faced with tough financial times and no longer had excess money to spend on items like luxury plush animals. Douglas was doing what they had to do when they discontinued their more expensive plush animals and introduced a growing number of small items in their line. The Kohair line which was introduced in the early 2000s was greatly expanded and they continued to add to their affordable 12" and 16" line of floppy animals as well. A noticeable drop in the fur quality of many of their pieces also happened around this time.


:star: Recent Douglas Plush (2011-current) :star:

Though the Golden Age of Douglas's plush manufacturing had concluded, they continued to prove themselves in the market and continue to surprise and delight fans and collectors by featuring rare dog breeds or unusual species in their plush line today.

Starting around 2012, Douglas started making it exceedingly easy to sleuth out how old an individual plush is. Just check for the small, white tag behind the cloth red-bordered seam tag.  It features the plush's item number as well as the month and year of its manufacture. Another interesting change in this period is Douglas's switch of manufacturing country from China to Indonesia. 

-Here is an example of one of the handy white tags located behind the red-bordered tag. It features the plush's item number and its month/year of manufacture: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


One more change is that, instead of attaching the hang tags through the plushes' seam tags, Douglas has begun attaching the hang tags through the ears of their plushes. This is becoming more common with the smaller plushes, but I have seen a few of the 16" floppy animals with their tags in their ears too. Personally, I always appreciated the idea of placing the hang tag in a way that didn't interfere with the animal's face, but perhaps Douglas wanted their tags in a more prominent, easily visible location to make things simpler for potential customers.


:star: Special Examples :star:

Douglas has also specially manufactured promotional plush for various companies on numerous occasions throughout their history. A couple of their biggest partners in business have been the L.L. Bean company and Disney. A few others include Ranger Rick, the Four Seasons Resort, Campbell's Soup, and many others.  They have also created plush versions of animal characters from several children's picture books, such as Clifford the Big Red Dog, the mouse from "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie," and many others. Here are a few examples of these special seam tags:

Disney: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

L.L. Bean: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

L.L. Bean (vintage): i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

SmartPractice: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

NWF Ranger Rick: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


I have tried to be as thorough as possible but I am sure there are tag examples or pieces of information out there that I have not yet come across and am unaware of. This guide is far from comprehensive and is meant to be a starting point more than anything else. Until I know every little detail about the Douglas Cuddle Toy's company and its history, this guide will continue to be "in the works." I also want to extend an invitation to anyone out there who can contribute to what I have already researched and written. Additional insight is always gladly welcomed. :)

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Because I have not seen one of these elsewhere, and it's high time for something like this to exist, I have decided to put together a little Douglas Cuddle Toy seam and hang tag reference guide for all Douglas collectors out there!

I have been an avid collector of Douglas plushes (mainly their dogs) since back in 2001 when I came across a website and saw Riley the St. Bernard's picture. Shortly thereafter, I discovered all the other life size breeds that Douglas had in their line at that time and I fell head over heels in love and had to have them all.

To this day, Douglas remains my favorite American plush manufacturer, and, though their quality has dropped a bit over the years, they still offer a lot to get excited about and collect. Because of this enduring appeal, there are now more Douglas collectors around than ever, so having a decent source of information about their plushes, past and present, is in order.

The Douglas Cuddle Toy company began in 1956 and their plushes have been through many tag variations since then. Finding an older plush new with their hang tag can be pretty difficult but, luckily, on most plushes, the seam tags remain intact. This is beneficial; to my knowledge, aside from one or two odd examples, Douglas hang tags have never stated the year a plush was manufactured. On the other hand, their seam tags did for awhile in the 1980s and early 1990s, and do again currently.

We will start at the beginning with the vintage examples.


:star: Vintage Douglas Plush (1956-1989) :star:

An admirable trait that Douglas's vintage plushes had in common was that they were all "made with pride" in the United States. Interestingly, their early plushes were filled with foam. This would have made them more "cuddly" than many of the other plushes of that era, which would have been filled with straw, shredded fabric, or other filler that would have been prickly or stiff in nature.

It seems that, from their early years, the company's mascot was a teddy bear that was later depicted riding a plush horse. This teddy bear mascot appeared on the hang tags into the early 1990s.

Another detail from this early era was the hang tags being attached to the plushes by means of a thin red thread that was usually loosely tied around the plush's neck or around a ribbon that was around the plush's neck. This tradition carried through the decades to where, even in the late 1990s, some of their plushes still had the hang tags attached to them with a red thread.

-The very early seam tags from around the 1950s-1960s were made of ribbon-like material and had a diamond over the 'D' of the word 'Douglas' on the tag. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-This tag seems a little newer due to its material being made of a paper/fabric blend instead of the ribbon-like material. The writing and fonts remain the same as they were on the earlier tag. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Reverse of the style of seam tag linked to above: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Plushes with their hang tags still intact from this era are fairly uncommon but every now and then, a plush from this time does show up with their hang tag in pristine condition. This tag features the teddy bear mascot and might be from around the 1960s: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Later, perhaps late 1960s, the seam tag with the "Cuddle Toys by Douglas" logo at the top was used. This version was probably the seam tag in use for the longest amount of time and was likely used through the 1970s and possibly into the early 1980s. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Reverse of the style of seam tag linked to above: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


Starting as early as 1985 (possibly earlier) and continuing until at least 1990, the seam tags had the year of manufacture at the bottom. These tags were basically the same as their earlier version, just with the copyright year and information along the bottom edge. 

-An example of one from 1985: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this is an example of a hang tag from 1985: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Here is a hang tag, front and reverse, from 1987: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-An example of a seam tag from 1989: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


In the 1980s and the 1990s, Douglas had a couple distinct lines of plush. The larger plush belonged to a line referred to as the "Classics," and the smaller plush were part of a line they called their "Little Cuddlers."  The Little Cuddlers had special seam and hang tags made just for them. The seam tags were very simple and were just white with black text. The important thing, is that they included the plush's year of manufacture. Another detail of interest is that, around this time, Douglas began outsourcing. Their larger and more elaborate plushes (the "Classics" line) were still made in the US, but the smaller plushes (the "Little Cuddlers" line) were now being made in Korea and were later made in China.

-Here is an example of a Little Cuddlers seam and hang tag set from 1988: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


:star: Douglas Cuddle Toy's Golden Age (1990-2010) :star:

Something miraculous happened at the Douglas company around the beginning of the 1990s. The quality of the faux fur they were using for their toys increased dramatically. Poses became less stiff and more lifelike. Details such as paws, airbrushing, and expressions became much more advanced. Yes, the 1990s ushered in the Golden Years of the company, at least as far as quality is concerned. Douglas made some of their most impressive and sought after plush toys during this 20-year time span.

This period in Douglas history also sees the most variation in seam and hang tags. They still frequently used the method of threading the hang tag through the seam tag by means of a red thread at least until 1995, but towards the end of the 1990s, they moved to exclusively affixing the hang tag through the seam tag with plastic fasteners.

-In 1990 they were still printing the year on the seam tags. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this is an example of a hang tag from that time, note the presence of the teddy bear mascot on his horse: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-The front and reverse of a "Little Cuddlers" seam tag from 1991: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And one of the "Little Cuddlers" seam tags from 1993: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-In the early to mid 1990s, the white folded over seam tags featuring the red Douglas logo with the procession of animals appeared. Several of their plush were still US-made during the time this tag was in use. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Here is an example of the style of hang tag seen paired with the above style of seam tag, this seems to be the style of hang tag that was used for the rest of the 1990s and perhaps even into the year 2000, note the pink rectangle around the logo: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-The seam tags from after 1995 were cloth tags, folded over, and they had red text. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-You can see here, that the seam tag with the red text was also accompanied by the hang tag with the pink rectangle: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


I am unsure if the seam tags with red text were still in use when Douglas began using the hang tags without the pink rectangle.


-In the late 1990s, the seam tags were very similar to the ones that came before them, with the main difference being that, instead of red thread used for the text, it was pink. Example: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-Here is an unusual example of a seam tag accompanied by a hang tag without the pink rectangle, this is probably from the very late 1990s or the year 2000: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this is an example of a "Little Cuddlers" seam tag with pink text, unfortunately, they no longer put the date of manufacture on the "Little Cuddlers" seam tags in the late 1990s: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-In 2001, when I began my Douglas collection, Douglas was using the unfolded, elongated rectangular tag with the pink stripe. This style of seam tag was probably introduced in the very late 1990s or in the year 2000. Here is the example of that style: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-And this would be the accompanying hang tag, very close in appearance to the previous version of the hang tag, just missing the pink rectangle around the logo: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


In 2002, Douglas began using the seam tag we are all familiar with today, the unfolded, elongated rectangular tag with the red border that tells us that Douglas is "The Cuddle Toy." An interesting change to the logo on the hang tag that accompanies this seam tag is that the green elephant was switched out for a yellow begging dachshund. Seeing that dogs have made up a large part of their plush line for a long time, perhaps the company wished to depict this animal in the line-up on their tags.

-Here is an example of this seam tag introduced in 2002 that is still being used today: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

-The hang tag example, also first introduced back in 2002 and still in use today, can be seen here, it now has a red border that matches the seam tag, and it no longer folds in half but is much simpler with just a front and a back. Look for the new dachshund: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


As the years of the 2000s passed, more and more of Douglas's large sized plushes were discontinued. This change in their line was most apparent around the time the US stock market took a dive in 2008. People were faced with tough financial times and no longer had excess money to spend on items like luxury plush animals. Douglas was doing what they had to do when they discontinued their more expensive plush animals and introduced a growing number of small items in their line. The Kohair line which was introduced in the early 2000s was greatly expanded and they continued to add to their affordable 12" and 16" line of floppy animals as well. A noticeable drop in the fur quality of many of their pieces also happened around this time.


:star: Recent Douglas Plush (2011-current) :star:

Though the Golden Age of Douglas's plush manufacturing had concluded, they continued to prove themselves in the market and continue to surprise and delight fans and collectors by featuring rare dog breeds or unusual species in their plush line today.

Starting around 2012, Douglas started making it exceedingly easy to sleuth out how old an individual plush is. Just check for the small, white tag behind the cloth red-bordered seam tag.  It features the plush's item number as well as the month and year of its manufacture. Another interesting change in this period is Douglas's switch of manufacturing country from China to Indonesia. 

-Here is an example of one of the handy white tags located behind the red-bordered tag. It features the plush's item number and its month/year of manufacture: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


One more change is that, instead of attaching the hang tags through the plushes' seam tags, Douglas has begun attaching the hang tags through the ears of their plushes. This is becoming more common with the smaller plushes, but I have seen a few of the 16" floppy animals with their tags in their ears too. Personally, I always appreciated the idea of placing the hang tag in a way that didn't interfere with the animal's face, but perhaps Douglas wanted their tags in a more prominent, easily visible location to make things simpler for potential customers.


:star: Special Examples :star:

Douglas has also specially manufactured promotional plush for various companies on numerous occasions throughout their history. A couple of their biggest partners in business have been the L.L. Bean company and Disney. A few others include Ranger Rick, the Four Seasons Resort, Campbell's Soup, and many others.  They have also created plush versions of animal characters from several children's picture books, such as Clifford the Big Red Dog, the mouse from "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie," and many others. Here are a few examples of these special seam tags:

Disney: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

L.L. Bean: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

L.L. Bean (vintage): i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

SmartPractice: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…

NWF Ranger Rick: i79.photobucket.com/albums/j16…


I have tried to be as thorough as possible but I am sure there are tag examples or pieces of information out there that I have not yet come across and am unaware of. This guide is far from comprehensive and is meant to be a starting point more than anything else. Until I know every little detail about the Douglas Cuddle Toy's company and its history, this guide will continue to be "in the works." I also want to extend an invitation to anyone out there who can contribute to what I have already researched and written. Additional insight is always gladly welcomed. :)

Douglas Plush - Woof-Field Gifts at Brookfield Zoo by The-Toy-Chest
Douglas Plush - Woof-Field Gifts at Brookfield Zoo
During the time I was home for the holidays, my family and I visited Brookfield Zoo. They have a completely dog and cat themed gift shop there called "Woof-Field Gifts" and the last time I was at the zoo a few years ago, I was completely blown away by the shop's vast selection of Douglas plush. I re-visited the gift shop this time with bated breath, hoping that their plush display was still there and was as awesome as I remembered it. Sure enough, I walked in and was greeted with two big walls lined with alphabetized cubbie holes each representing a different dog breed.

This shot is just a small representation of the entirety of the shop, but it gives you the idea. Basically Douglas dog heaven. :)

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Wishbone - 12 Inch Plush by The-Toy-Chest
Wishbone - 12 Inch Plush
Sitting Wishbone plush packaged in a box fashioned to look like Wishbone's beloved Big Red Chair from the TV show.

This particular plush was originally purchased at The Store of Knowledge as is evidenced by the round, blue rimmed sticker on the back of his box. The sticker states that this plush is a Store of Knowledge exclusive. Though there were several Wishbone items that were only available at The Store of Knowledge locations, that was not the case with this plush, which 
was widely available at many retail stores such as Toys 'R Us.


Acquired: eBay
Company: Equity Toys
Item Number: 33111
Year Produced: 1996
Country of origin: China
Size: About 12 inches (30 cm) high
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Wishbone Fantasy Costume NIB - Odysseus by The-Toy-Chest
Wishbone Fantasy Costume NIB - Odysseus
The Odysseus four-piece outfit from the Wishbone Fantasy Costume Collection. 

This was a collection of different outfits that could be purchased for the 12 inch Wishbone plush. They were available for sale at The Store of Knowledge which was a specialty store that carried various educational products as well as products that featured characters from many of the PBS children's TV shows. This store is no longer in business.

In addition to the four common Wishbone character plushes (Sherlock HolmesRobin HoodVicomte Raoul de Chagny, and Romeo) that were readily available at stores such as Toys 'R Us, the Store of Knowledge's exclusive Fantasy Costume Collection offered three additional outfits that I am aware of. They came individually packaged to be purchased for the twelve inch Wishbone plush; much like the concept of Build-A-Bear. All the Store of Knowledge outfits that I am aware of are listed below.

Ichabod Crane from Sleepy Hollow :bulletpurple: the-toy-chest.deviantart.com/a…

Odysseus from The Odyssey :bulletyellow: the-toy-chest.deviantart.com/a…

Oliver Twist from Oliver Twist :bulletred: the-toy-chest.deviantart.com/a…


Acquired: eBay
Company: Equity Toys
Item Number: 33258
Year Produced: 1997
Retailed for: $8.95
Country of origin: China
Package size: About 8.5x10.5 inches (22x27 cm)
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Wishbone - Keychain Plush Trio by The-Toy-Chest
Wishbone - Keychain Plush Trio
Three Wishbone keychain plushes in different poses, one lying down, one hiding its face, and the other begging.

These poses match the poses of three of the dogs from the mini Wishbone plush collection that can be seen here: Wishbone Mini Plush Set - Boxed. However, the material used for these keychains is thinner and of lower quality.

The gap in the item numbers for this set intrigues me and leads me to believe that there may be more of these.


Acquired: eBay
Company: Equity Toys
Item Number: 33061, 33062, 33067
Year Produced: 1998
Country of origin: China
Size: About 5 inches (12.5 cm)
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zimaro Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I was able to post one item from my collection. think U could help me shed some light on where he came from? zimaro.deviantart.com/art/Toy-…
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:happybounce: Thank you for the fave!
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zimaro Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hay love what you do. wish I could post some pics of my big collection. cant wait to see more. 
 
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The-Toy-Chest Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
You should totally post pics of your own collection!  Posting collection photos online is a great way of sharing your treasures and meeting others who collect same or similar things! :)
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zimaro Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes I really want to but no camra. and my collection is really huge. and I wish to share with others who do that same.
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Well, when you have access to a camera you should.  :)
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headdesk Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014
Oh hey, if there's any Wishbone products you want me to keep an eye out for, I'd be glad to do so. Two sets of eyes are better than one!
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The-Toy-Chest Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014
Great news! I have found and purchased the red lunchbox for my Wishbone collection and will be updating with a pic of it later tonight! :D
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headdesk Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014
EEE CONGRATS!
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