It has been a little over a year since I posted the Richie Rich Toon Tumbler exhibit. There has been some discussion about the Toon Tumblers on the Harvey Comics Facebook group recently. Comics historian Mark Arnold mentioned that both frosted and clear versions of the glasses were made. KB Chuck Hines mentioned that he had Little Dot and Hot Stuff, and was kind enough to post photos for me to use here as guest exhibits. Long-time readers of the Mercheum Blog may recall that KB Chuck Hines contributed pictures of the Pop Culture Pin Trading pins back in 2016. Thank you again for your continuing support of the Harvey Mercheum!
I posted this weekend to the Harvey Mercheum Facebook page about how Zazzle was running a 25% off sale for President’s Day weekend. That sale has ended, but they have started a 15% off sale to replace it. That 15% is good on everything in the gift shop, including the newest addition, the Harvey Mercheum mouse pad:
The Harvey Mercheum Mouse Pad
The mouse pad is a fun way to brighten your computer work space and support the Harvey Mercheum, buy one today!
I am taking a break from stickers today. I was snowed in on Wednesday, and while I was home, I spent some time going through the permanent collection looking for items that had not been photographed. I found several, including this dog toy of Baby Huey. I had bought him on clearance a while ago at Tuesday Morning. I would like to note that much like the Forever 21 x Alec Monopoly travel case, the backing card credits Classic Media as the copyright holder even though they were DreamWorks Classics in 2013 when this toy was released.
View the exhibit:
I find it very hard to believe that it was back in October that I posted the first of the Richie Rich Three Dimensional Stickers, and started working on a way to differentiate the variants. Where does the time go? And here we are in February, and I have only posted one exhibit so far this year. To help compensate, today I am posting two exhibits!Continue reading →