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Re: Star Wars Toy of the Week, Week 28, 2018, Part 2/2

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OK, here are my loose ones. First up, a group shot of a regular red and a PBP deep red Snaggletooth, with their big blue brother to keep them company:
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And here are the COO's, especially for you, Lars ;-):
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And lastly, here's a loose Palitoy 20 back Snaggletooth. I'll say this much for whoever painted the grey onto these things back in the 70's; they were terrible at their job! :lol: :
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Mini99 wrote:Thanks Lars.
No more variants, I promise!
No problem, I love variants :lol:
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Snaketibe wrote:OK, here are my loose ones. First up, a group shot of a regular red and a PBP deep red Snaggletooth, with their big blue brother to keep them company:

Snagglepuss - 01.jpg

Snagglepuss - 02.jpg

And here are the COO's, especially for you, Lars ;-):

Snagglepuss - 03.jpg

Snagglepuss - 04.jpg

Snagglepuss - 05.jpg

And lastly, here's a loose Palitoy 20 back Snaggletooth. I'll say this much for whoever painted the grey onto these things back in the 70's; they were terrible at their job! :lol: :

Snagglepuss - 06.jpg

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Thanks mate for the great pictures and all the great info as always. I have to get my snaggletooth figures out of the closet :lol: You write Palitoy 20 back for the last snaggletooth. What are the story about that info ? :D
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Re: Star Wars Toy of the Week, Week 28, 2018, Part 2/2

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My figure in box Harbert
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solokenobi wrote:My figure in box Harbert
Outstanding 8) I love Harbert, I have a few cardbacks myself :D are it a reseal ? :D

thanks for sharing pictures of this cool card, I think it is the first harbert item in Toy of the Week :D
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No it is in a open card..it was when i was child...
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solokenobi wrote:No it is in a open card..it was when i was child...
cool, so it is from your childhood collection ? :D
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My loose tooth

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Dr_Ball_MD wrote:My loose tooth
Beautiful figures you have, thanks mate for sharing pictures of them :wink:
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Pomse2001 wrote:
solokenobi wrote:No it is in a open card..it was when i was child...
cool, so it is from your childhood collection ? :D
Yes my friend i have some figures in harbert open cards from my childhood collection.... :D
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solokenobi wrote:
Pomse2001 wrote:
solokenobi wrote:No it is in a open card..it was when i was child...
cool, so it is from your childhood collection ? :D
Yes my friend i have some figures in harbert open cards from my childhood collection.... :D
Very cool 8) can you help me with a picture of the coo of the snaggletooth on that card ? :D
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Coincidentally, like Jeremy, I have a Euro / PBP Snaggletooth with Partial Scar No Coo, as well as a PBP Small Scar No Coo. I am missing the Big Scar No Coo. Note the difference in colours which comes about from the different type of plastic that PBP used. The Euro Partial Scar No Coo has no PBP smell, whereas the Small Scar No Coo has the distinct PBP smell.

I also use to have a Euro / PBP Small Scar No Coo which was sculpted in the same plastic as my partial scar no coo (pic 3), which I stupidly sold. Before selling it I chatted to Javi Ruilopez about it and this is what he had to say:

“Hey James, pbp it was meant to be be the factory for Europe with some figures that are slightly different from the ones made for the Spanish market (i.e pink face luke hoth) so for me it is perfectly possible that those scar CoO snags with different plastic were Pbp made for exportation only...

“By now those so called scar CoO euro variants were made by Pbp according with current knowledge...

“Not all the scar CoO figures that you can find in Spain has that strong plastic smell, some Chewbaccas and Vaders comes to my mind...”

So Jeremy, it’s possible you don’t have a regular red and instead have a PBP made for European exportation figure, and you might need to buy another variant... a true Kenner :lol:
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TheJabbaWookie wrote:Coincidentally, like Jeremy, I have a Euro / PBP Snaggletooth with Partial Scar No Coo, as well as a PBP Small Scar No Coo. I am missing the Big Scar No Coo. Note the difference in colours which comes about from the different type of plastic that PBP used. The Euro Partial Scar No Coo has no PBP smell, whereas the Small Scar No Coo has the distinct PBP smell.

I also use to have a Euro / PBP Small Scar No Coo which was sculpted in the same plastic as my partial scar no coo (pic 3), which I stupidly sold. Before selling it I chatted to Javi Ruilopez about it and this is what he had to say:

“Hey James, pbp it was meant to be be the factory for Europe with some figures that are slightly different from the ones made for the Spanish market (i.e pink face luke hoth) so for me it is perfectly possible that those scar CoO snags with different plastic were Pbp made for exportation only...

“By now those so called scar CoO euro variants were made by Pbp according with current knowledge...

“Not all the scar CoO figures that you can find in Spain has that strong plastic smell, some Chewbaccas and Vaders comes to my mind...”

So Jeremy, it’s possible you don’t have a regular red and instead have a PBP made for European exportation figure, and you might need to buy another variant... a true Kenner :lol:
Fascinating stuff! Thanks for taking the time to post it. Every day's a school day in this hobby! :-)

Luckily for me, I have chosen to limit my loose variant collecting to figures which are visually different from one another, even if only slightly. I in no way wish to pour cold water on COO collectors who wish to have every single figure released, even when the only difference is to be found in the COO itself. If that's how they want to collect, then good luck to them :-).

For me however, I derive enjoyment from seeing the visual differences in a figure's variants, so that fact combined with both display space and cost limitations means I'm not (currently, at least!) a collector that tries to track down every available COO variant.

All of which is to say that I am happy enough with my Snaggleteeth / Snaggletooths for the time being, although I am after a undiscoloured, dented toe blue Snaggletooth in good condition, as I actually have two undented ones (one of which is shown above). I'm hoping against hope that somewhere out there there may be a collector with two dented toe ones who might like to trade!... I can dream! :-D
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Pomse2001 wrote:Thanks mate for the great pictures and all the great info as always. I have to get my snaggletooth figures out of the closet :lol: You write Palitoy 20 back for the last snaggletooth. What are the story about that info ? :D
Quite simply, I have very good reason to believe that that specific figure came from a Palitoy 20 Back card. I can't be 100% certain as I didn't open it, but given what I know about it, I am 99.9% sure :-)
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TheJabbaWookie wrote:Coincidentally, like Jeremy, I have a Euro / PBP Snaggletooth with Partial Scar No Coo, as well as a PBP Small Scar No Coo. I am missing the Big Scar No Coo. Note the difference in colours which comes about from the different type of plastic that PBP used. The Euro Partial Scar No Coo has no PBP smell, whereas the Small Scar No Coo has the distinct PBP smell.

I also use to have a Euro / PBP Small Scar No Coo which was sculpted in the same plastic as my partial scar no coo (pic 3), which I stupidly sold. Before selling it I chatted to Javi Ruilopez about it and this is what he had to say:

“Hey James, pbp it was meant to be be the factory for Europe with some figures that are slightly different from the ones made for the Spanish market (i.e pink face luke hoth) so for me it is perfectly possible that those scar CoO snags with different plastic were Pbp made for exportation only...

“By now those so called scar CoO euro variants were made by Pbp according with current knowledge...

“Not all the scar CoO figures that you can find in Spain has that strong plastic smell, some Chewbaccas and Vaders comes to my mind...”

So Jeremy, it’s possible you don’t have a regular red and instead have a PBP made for European exportation figure, and you might need to buy another variant... a true Kenner :lol:
thanks mate for the great pictures and the great story from Javi :wink: sorry to read that you sold your Euro / PBP Small Scar No Coo :(

I really love the story about Pbp made figures of different plastic for exportation only, I have never heard that before. But it sounds cool and make sense with some of the figures that are sold on euro or kenner cards but on the back is writen made in spain 8)
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