It’s a good thing I do not make New Year’s resolutions. Had I resolved to post more exhibits in 2019, I would be failing miserably.
Today we have a fun item, one of the items I use as proof of my statement that Harveyana spans many other fields of collectibles. Character glassware is very collectible, and has been for at least as long as I have been alive. I remember as a child convincing my parents to take me to Burger King just to buy Star Wars glasses!
Apologies for a technical glitch that caused a duplicate posting of the “Finishing the Pop Culture Pin Trading Co. Jigidi puzzles” post from December 24th of last year. If you received an email notification about this post earlier today, again I apologize. I have deleted the duplicate, the original is still there.
I am very glad I went on vacation, but I am sad that I have not posted a new exhibit in over a month! Today we resume Larry Tremblay‘s guest exhibits with another Electric Tiki Design Teeny Weeny Mini-maquette.
Today’s exhibit is the second of Larry Tremblay‘s Electric Tiki Design Teeny Weeny Mini-maquette figurines. This is another exclusive, but to a store instead of a convention. Electric Tiki made Little Audrey wearing a yellow dress instead of red for Nuff Said Collectibles. It appears that store has since gone out of business, much like Electric Tiki themselves.
It was almost four years ago that I posted the Casper Bendables figure and mentioned that there was a lot of merchandise released in conjunction with the 1995 live action Casper movie. Today’s exhibit is another movie item, this time a very large keychain made by Dakin, a company better known for stuffed animals. I know I would not want to carry this around in my pocket, it is larger than a golf ball!
I really must apologize. I know I said things are crazy around here, and I know I was away for a weekend to go to TerrifiCon, but it has been more than a month since I posted a new exhibit. It’s great to make improvements to the Harvey Mercheum website, such as enabling Rocket Loader, but without exhibits, there would be no Harvey Mercheum website to improve.
Well, another birthday in the books, but today I am continuing the celebration by posting one of the most recent acquisitions for the permanent collection. I did not even have this item on my want list, because it is so rare, I never thought that I had a chance at owning one. Now that I own it, I would love to rip it open and play with it!