Today we have the last new exhibit for the fifth year of operation of the Harvey Mercheum website. For the occasion, I decided to do something special and post the last of the Larami rack toys in the permanent collection. It was a Larami rack toy that was the first exhibit in the Harvey Mercheum, so it is sad for me to draw this chapter to a close. And unlike the JA-RU rack toys, I have not seen any other Larami rack toys, so this really might be the end of them.Continue reading →
Quick post today of another example of the number 998 short Richie Rich Three Dimensional Stickers. Today’s set has the stickers featuring Jackie Jokers last seen almost a year ago here with the red hanger last seen here just over a year ago:
So here we are, starting March, and I have only posted two new exhibits this year. That has to be a record low. To help, I am posting two exhibits today, more examples of the number 998 short Richie Rich Three Dimensional Stickers. They both feature the orange hanger we saw last time, which was almost a year ago!Continue reading →
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!Continue reading →
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.Continue reading →
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.
Back in June, I posted one of Electric Tiki Design‘s Teeny Weeny Mini-maquette figurines in response to a photo Intelligent Collector magazine posted to Facebook. One thing I did not mention in that post was that Electric Tiki made a number of limited edition variants of their Mini-maquettes.
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!