Sunday, September 8, 2013

Flea Market Finds: Disney PVC Figures

At the Flea market, it's not unusual to see plastic buckets of PVC and McDonald's Happy Meal toys out on tables. To be honest, I often make a half hearted run through some of them, if I bother at all.
But what is very uncommon is to see a PVC Figment figure on top! These are very collectible, and even though I already had this Figment which was out for all the world to see, and he is one of the more common figures, my heart jumped with the anticipation of finding more!

And I did find another Figment! Although I have this one as well, this one is in better condition than the one I actually bought from Epcot back in the early '90s!

Sadly, there were no more Figments, but I did find 3 more great figures. 
I love this Seven Dwarfs figure, and have no idea at all what year or where it is from.

Then there is this great little Mickey.

I have no idea what the number "722" indicates, and again, have no idea where and when it is from.

Lastly, my wife came up as I was looking through the figures, and immediately spotted this Winnie the Pooh.

Interestingly, he also has a number, "711", on him.

He fits in beautifully with the rest of her Pooh collection.

It's great finds like these for $1 each that bring us back to the flea market week after week!


  1. These little figurines are terrific. Love the collection of Pooh.
    I wonder if anyone out there in the Disney-verse knows what the numbers are for. I checked my few figurines and none of them are numbered.

  2. The Pooh collection was a complete accident! Oh, maybe that should be a post!


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