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Playmo Research Dept. / Re: Magazines - ready for the database
« Last post by sbblabotw on Today at 12:25:31 »
The 3079xxxx number refers to the complete item, toy, blister cover and backing card. Since different cards are used for different countries/languages, there is a different part number for each.

That's why I've made "k" numbers for the actual klickies, and made them "subparts" of each of the 3079xxxx parts. If anyone spots a "k" figure in a magazine that's identical to an previously existing figure (hair and non-removable accessories included), please let me know and I'll merge them. 30 00 2273 - Vampire is an example. The recent Ghostbuster Stantz is another - I still don't have a number for him, but he's the same as the figure in 9221, so I used the same number.
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Playmo Research Dept. / Re: Magazines - ready for the database
« Last post by GrahamB on Today at 09:05:04 »
The 3079xxxx number refers to the complete item, toy, blister cover and backing card. Since different cards are used for different countries/languages, there is a different part number for each.
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Trains! / Re: The Klick Kong Museum of toy train boxes
« Last post by VicKlicktor on Today at 04:36:06 »

3958 Small Western Train - Sears Exclusive (1988 - 1989) / Re-edition (1991 - 1992)


























4001 Passenger Train with Steam Locomotive (1988 - 1994)


























4005 Passenger Train with Green Locomotive (1995 - 1997)
























4010 RC-Cargo Engine with Light (2005 - 2010)


















 :wave:
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How about a Brandstatter-spinning-in-his-grave set?

They did do a few Medieval torture prototypes back in the ´90s ...
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Report & Review / Re: 6464 Robber's Feast
« Last post by Hadoque on Today at 00:09:24 »
Shipping with Belgian post probably costs more than the klicky itself.

I had to send a few kids-collars to somenone in the north of France a few weeks ago. Needed a kind of tracking or proof of shipping... so I had to send it registered.  Costed me 10 euro in total to send those few tiny pieces in a small envelope just across the border.  >:(
Meanwhile I´m waiting invain for receipt of a few small untracked packages, most probably these will (once again) never arrive  >:(

And yesterday I heard our neighbour German Post will soon raise prices again (by lowering allowed shipping volume/dimensions for specific rates) ...   >:(
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Welcome! / Re: Hello from the Netherlands
« Last post by Hadoque on June 15, 2019, 23:55:38 »
Welcome from Belgium (while it still lasts)  ;D
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Playmo Research Dept. / Re: Magazines - ready for the database
« Last post by tigana123 on June 15, 2019, 23:55:26 »
Regarding the klickys from magazines, as it may have already been pointed out, it seems that for the same klicky there is a different 3079xxxx number depending on the country!
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News / Re: New stuff 2019
« Last post by Hadoque on June 15, 2019, 23:52:19 »
There are rumours that the Movie figures series 1 are available in Benelux! I will check the shops this week!

 :omg:  Already?? What did you find out?


They are giving the movie figures with the meals at the funpark. Series 1+2.

 :omg:  :o  8}

And then they announce the Movie Figures series 2 are due for official release in ... december ´19  :hmm:
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News / Re: New Playmobil TV series?
« Last post by Hadoque on June 15, 2019, 23:43:18 »
 
I do hope it sounds better in german. Does it?

I guess "Novelmore" translates into "Neumehr" (*) or "Romanmehr" (**)   ::)

(*): if "novel" = used as adjective meaning "new"
(**): if "novel" = used as a noun, meaning "a literature work of fiction"



Anagrams include

Revel Moon
No more vel
Evel Moron

 :lol:


I'd argue that people have never been interested in historical accuracy.

Then I probably am an odd exception?
F.e. I bought my first 3940 (US 3286) "Pirates´ Flagship" almost 20 years ago for the reason it looked more historically accurate then it´s predecessors ...
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Collector's Corner / Re: 1974 klickies ?
« Last post by lisaastrup on June 14, 2019, 19:12:43 »
Would also depend on condition such as loose frames or discolouration.

The klickies by themselves aren't worth much but often the accessories that came with them are interesting. I have a bag of a 100+ of the fixed wrist type somewhere, leftovers from auctions where I was after parts or other figures. The ones with a flat sole and just a b on them are rare though how popular that makes them I have no idea.

flat sole, are there other types ? sorry, there is so much I don’t know.
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