I need some help identifying the brands of these figures.http://imgur.com/aHXwt6Mhttp://imgur.com/P7El5iThttp://imgur.com/TM64JHz
I got this lion as a kid at the doctor's office. It says Jaru on the bottom; I think that may actually be the brand name but looking online for it comes up blank.
It is one of the most detailed chinanimals that I have, and I believe it may actually be the original model that inspired that cliche chinamal lion pose.
It's tounge and canines are sculpted into it, as well as the hairs on the mane, elbow, and tail. It's nose is very well sculpted, and it's body even has the indents showing its ribs (but not in a way that makes it look starving)!http://imgur.com/0vOrFYvhttp://imgur.com/am6IOYRhttp://imgur.com/4D7vXrlhttp://imgur.com/p4H9aBV
This is a colt that actually came with a set which had a larger Clydesdale in it.
Whoever made this figure must've been really lazy because the only place with fur detail is on the face, and it only covers half of it!
The mother horse didn't have a brand name (to my memory) but did have "Clydesdale" in big lettering on the bottom.
The mother horse is very similar in color to the colt, having a medium grey pelt, a grey-brown mane and tail, and white hooves.
I got this at a place in Saint Louis called Grant's Farm if that helps any! http://imgur.com/LIQ3Aufhttp://imgur.com/Jx97mGNhttp://imgur.com/C917p1O
I have had this figure for a long time and I believe it came from an Imaginex set but I'm not sure if it did or not. I have two of them, but the other is horribly painted white with whiteout because little me wanted to make it into an undead steed from World of Warcraft. Needless to say it did not work out right. XDhttp://imgur.com/sNTNGHVhttp://imgur.com/AWGilJRhttp://imgur.com/iXwjDcN
This sheep looks like it may be a happy meal toy but it doesn't have the logo.
The whole toy is devoid of any logos, copyrights, or "made in x" on it.
There is a lot of detail in the curls, but not much else after that.
The head can turn and the legs can be moved but not much.http://imgur.com/fntNtedhttp://imgur.com/bLr13rMhttp://imgur.com/rRk4di1http://imgur.com/rdqJVImhttp://imgur.com/sxTpmzb
These two figures are favorites of mine.
The cheetah seems to be more popular as I've seen people with it, but it has no logo or anything other than a microscopic "CE" under its armpit.
The tiger only has "CHINA" in big bold letters on it but that's it.
I named the cheetah Lizzia after my WoW druid character http://imgur.com/N3jjGcmhttp://imgur.com/el0Xq11http://imgur.com/X0kpyS8
I got this lion cub as a prize in third grade and I've had it ever since!
It is really poorly made and is a classic chinanimal. The lion cub shares the same model as a black cat (panther?) that was also in the prize bucket.
I don't know who made it, but I do know that the same person who made it also made a panda with yellow eyes and blue claws.
He is going to be repainted soon!http://imgur.com/WiLwJrahttp://imgur.com/yN5OPkJhttp://imgur.com/2lNgFyKhttp://imgur.com/M57ZtTv
I got these ponies from the prize bucket too. They're very tiny (all three can lay in my hand and there's still room) and adorable.
The only hint to a brand is the K with a dot over it. The only labels they have are their breed names (appoloosa, freishan, arabian).
I would like to know the brand because these are my favorite ones of all!!!