Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Yet more Zaccagnini. I don't think anyone really knows just how many obscure Disney characters they produced.

More rare-as-hens-teeth Zaccagnini figurines from Italy, this time a pair of pirates from Peter Pan.
Mickey Mouse, no doubt talking to Minnie on the telephone, by Zaccagnini with a very clear view of the oft-missing sticker.
Another exceptionally rare piece from Zaccagnini, circa 1950s, a turtle, I believe he's from Snow White and stands a couple of inches tall.

Fabulous Lady by Zaccagnin. Very rare!

Disney Alice in Wonderland and other characters produced by Goebel, from a catalogue.

1935 Mickey Mouse Disney Catalogue

Images from the 1935 Disney merchandise catalogue.

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Here's the Evan K Shaw version of Donald Duck in his boat. The MCP version is quite diofferent and a better sculpt in my opinion.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

An absolutely breathtaking Joe Carioca from Zaccagnini. If you're wondering what to get me for Christmas, this will do nicely.

Can anyone help to identify this Scamp figurine from "Lady & The Tramp" ?

He stand at about 6 inches high and is marked on the base "Fantasia" in blue and with a circular "Walt Disney Productions". He may be a Zaccagnini or may have been made by another company in Spain. Mysterious and cute!

Sunday, November 14, 2010

This absolutely delightful figurine of the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland was seen recently on Ebay and sold for well over US$3,000! What financial crisis, I hear you say?

Zaccagnini figures are the rarest of the rare and exquisitely beautiful. Pictures of them are hard to come by so as I find them I will start adding them to the site. I haven't had any new finds with MCP recently, but have noticed prices continuing to rise on Ebay.