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  1. magillagorilla

    magillagorilla Toy Prince

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    Finally got my Flintstones toys out of jail

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    The Flintstones babies toys dont deserve any shelf space
     
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    Great stuff - I admire your focus !

    some c/u's please ... especially of the clear (?) little ones
     
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    Fun! What are the clear ones made of?
     
  4. magillagorilla

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    Not exactly sure. It is a hard almost brittle plastic. There is a painted barney next to the set that is obviously from the same mold as the clear but of a less brittle feeling plastic
     
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    Big Fred in the back looks great! Love his eyes.
     
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    That is pretty cool, yabba dabba doo! :D
     
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    the big fred in the back is awesome, how tall is he?
     
  8. magillagorilla

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    he is about 12"

    the clear toys are acrylic

    I will post some close ups when I get a chance
     
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    Those were produced by Empire Plastics in the late 60s/ early 70s. Dime store and vending machines mostly.Hard extruded plastic injected into molds. If you look at them close up you can see all kinds of imperfections in the finish. They did a lot of different figures. Snoopy comes to mind, but not the rest of the peanuts.
     

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