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  • Disneykins

    Does anyone else have Disneykins? I have almost 100 of them. Many are damaged from play, but others are in great shape with their boxes. They used to cost $.10. Just asking.

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    I have only one I found with it's box at a Yard sale. It is Captain Hook with the original box. Sooo tiny.
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      I have a Donald one, no box. I've seen a Ludwig von Drake one that's set up with the box as a TV screen I'd love to have!
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        Ok, what are these?
        They sound cute
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        In twenty years from now
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        And I can tell you 'bout today
        And how I picked you up and everything changed
        It was pain
        Sunny days and rain
        I knew you'd feel the same things...


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        • #5
          Re: Disneykins

          Any photos?

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          • #6
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            If you go to ebay and do a search for Disneykin
            you are bound to find some pics. They look a
            little like some of the little plastic figures being
            sold at the parks now. They come 3 to a pack,
            in "baseball card sized" mylar packs.

            A few years ago, The Disney Stores carried
            individual small metal characters (painted)
            These were highly detailed. About 6 or 7
            different animated movies were represented
            including The Jungle Book, 101 Dalmatians,
            Nightmare Before Christmas. These were
            really Cool sets. I wish they would have
            continued with more characters.
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            • #7
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              I read this and thought they were like webkins

              My kids are obcessed with that website

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              • #8
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                [quote=Aladdin;1704885]If you go to ebay and do a search for Disneykin
                you are bound to find some pics. They look a
                little like some of the little plastic figures being
                sold at the parks now. They come 3 to a pack,
                in "baseball card sized" mylar packs.

                These are not the ones I have. Mine are from the 60s. They came separately in individual boxes. They are about an inch tall, made of plastic and they cost $.10. They were characters from all the Disney movies. They were great to take on trips because they were small and packed so well.

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