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Statues are fine. Although it may be difficult to ID their makers. What does it say on the bottom? I can't quite make it out.
Hi tyrantqueen,I just joined up and was intrigued by this thread, which I think is a very good idea.I had a look and think I've found it - it seems to be part of the "HHH" series by Harvey Knox (going by the three "H" on the label).Hope that's useful!
I have a "made in China turtle I can't identify (specie and brand ?)
Looks like AAA's style, but I could be wrong.
To me it looks like from Wild Republic, I checked it on the website of other collector, I believe it must be Wild Republic (also known as K&M) AAA anteater is also similar (especially colors) but has more natural looking face (here mouth open way too wide...) and different pose of tail.
Three important questions--is it hollow or solid? Rubber, PVC, vinyl, plastic? And what is the size?I ask because it is unusual for K&M, even in their heyday, to use proper binomial names--same with AAA.But I do know that there is a line of Cheapanimals out there (distributed by Galaxy in Canada, sometimes, but also others) that makes several sizes and labels them that way. They tend to be hollow, made of a thin material that almost feels like vinyl.I've had beavers, squirrels, wolves (labelled Myer's Asparagus!?) civets and others from them. I may have even seen anteaters, but didn't buy them. The style is definitely similar.
QuoteLooks like AAA's style, but I could be wrong. No is AAA because I dont see the logo of this brand.
QuoteQuoteLooks like AAA's style, but I could be wrong. No is AAA because I dont see the logo of this brand. AAA don't always trademark their models. I have a lizard made by them that does not have the AAA label on it, it is labelled as "made in china" but is clearly an AAA figure.