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HONG KONG PHOOEY (Hanna Barbera) plush doll
This is an 18" plush doll of Hong Kong Phooey, who is shown wearing a black facemask, an orange bathrobe with white trim, and a yellow drawstring. The doll is in mint, seemingly-unplayed-with condition. It retains all of its original labels and its original cardboard hang tag, which remains affixed to Hong Kong Phooey's left earlobe. It was manufactured by Play-by-Play in 2001 along with numerous other Hanna Barbera cartoon characters.
COST = $18 BOXED WEIGHT: 3 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0610028
HONKER (Sesame Street / Muppets) beanbag doll -- purple
This is a 9" plush beanbag doll of Honker, who has an orange bulbous nose, orange feathery hair, and yellow horns. The doll is in NM+ condition and retains the original manufacturer's label, which is in nice condition and sewn securely into the back of Honker's left leg. This item was manufactured in 1997 by Tyco Preschool as part of a 24-item Muppets / Sesame Street character beanbag doll set, most of which we have in stock at this time.
COST = $8 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0505112
HONKER (Sesame Street / Muppets) plush honking doll
This is an 8.5" light blue fuzzy plush doll of Honker, who is shown sitting with his arms and legs spread wide apart. The doll has bright lime green "hair", ping-pong ball-style plastic eyes, yellow honking horns, and a soft rubber orange nose. When the nose is squeezed, Honker gives off a hearty honking sound. This doll is in no worse than near mint condition, with some light soiling of the plush from having been played with over the years. It was manufactured by Applause sometime during the 1990s.
COST = $10 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0611045
HONKER (Sesame Street / Muppets) PVC figure -- with #5
This is a 3" PVC figure showing a mulberry-colored Honker standing behind a turquoise numeral 5 and holding five multi-colored child's blocks in both hands. The figure is in virtually perfect condition. Honker was manufactured by Applause sometime during the 1980s or 1990s as part of a complete set of Sesame Street / Muppets character numeral figures.
COST = $5.50 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0206013
HONKER (Sesame Street / Muppets) beanbag doll -- green
In 1997, Tyco Preschool released a set of 24 Sesame Street / Muppets character beanbag dolls. This 8.75" doll of Honker comes from that set. Honker is bright green in color with a bulbous orange nose, bulbous eyes, fluffy orange hair, and two yellow horns on top of the head. The doll is in mint condition and it comes with its original cardboard hang tag.
COST = $8 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0804083
HONKER (Sesame Street / Muppets) PVC figure -- crossing guard
This is a 2.75" PVC figure of a pink Honker with yellow horns and a green bulbous nose. Honker holds both arms in the air to stop traffic, and is shown wearing a white crossing guard's belt and sash. The figure is in mint condition. It was manufactured by Tara Toy sometime during the 1980s.
COST = $5 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0407043
HOPPY HOPAROO (Flintstones / Hanna Barbera) stuffed doll
This is a 4.25" lightweight stuffed cloth doll of Hoppy Hoparoo, who is shown sitting up on his haunches and looking up. He wears a pink "dog" collar and has a tiny black tuft of hair. This item can be used as a Christmas tree ornament, too, as it also has a small gold lame hanging cord. Hoppy Hoparoo was manufactured by Strottman International in 1989, along with several other Flintstones character dolls of similar size. The doll is in virtually perfect condition and it retains its original manufacturer's label as well.
COST = $7 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0908008
HORSE (Dudley Do-Right / Jay Ward) black cardboard stand-up
This 10.5" UNUSED cardboard stand-up was manufactured as part of the 1988 TSR Inc. Bullwinkle and Rocky Role Playing Game. It features Dudley Do-Right's trusty horse, Horse. The front of this stand-up points out that Horse is the "strong, silent type." On back, five categories of information about Horse are provided: "strong, silent type," "real fast," "not so great disguise," "smarter than Dudley," and "useful sayings." This item is in mint condition.
COST = $3.50 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0498097
HORTON (Doctor Seuss) figurine
This is a 5.25" bisque figurine of Horton, who is shown sitting on his rear end on a curved grassy area, holding a gold trophy cup in the air with his trunk. He is perched atop a rust-colored round base that says A friend is faithful one hundred percent! in black lettering. This item is in virtually perfect condition. It was manufactured by Hallmark in 2000 as part of a limited edition set, and it is numbered underneath the base.
COST = $16 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0808012
HORTON (Doctor Seuss) plush doll
This fun item is a 13" soft plush doll of Horton, from Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who story. He is shown sitting inside of a fuzzy green nest and sitting on a pink plastic Easter egg with yellow polka dots on it. Best of all, Horton comes with his original cardboard hang tag (affixed to his chest) and with his original box. The box has some edge wear, but is intact. The doll itself is in NM+ condition. Horton was manufactured in 1983 by Coleco along with Cat in the Hat, Yertle the Turtle, Star-Bellied Sneetch, Thidwick the Moose, the Lorax, and the Grinch counterparts. All of these items are pictured on Horton's hang tag.
COST = $32 BOXED WEIGHT: 3 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1007033
HOT STUFF (Harveytoons / Paramount / Famous Studios) collector's glass
This is a 6.25" thick (i.e., Brockway-style) collector's glass bearing two identical images of Hot Stuff, who is shown walking along with a sinister grin on his face. He wears a white diaper and carries a red pitchfork in his left hand. The glass has white lettering and a white Pepsi logo between the two images of Hot Stuff. This item was distributed during the mid-1970s in fast food restaurants that featured Pepsi products. Hot Stuff is in mint condition and he retains all of his original glossiness.
COST = $40 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0107019
HOT STUFF (Harveytoons / Paramount / Famous Studios) doll
This is a 14" stuffed cloth doll of Hot Stuff, who wears a black cloak and a white diaper. He holds a red pitchfork upright in his left hand. This doll is in mint condition and it retains its original manufacturer's label. It was manufactured by Toy Network in 2004 with dolls of a few other classic Harveytoons cartoon characters.
COST = $13 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0109095
HOT STUFF (Harveytoons / Paramount / Famous Studios) action glass
This is a 6.25" thick (i.e., Brockway-style) collector’s glass showing Hot Stuff using his red pitchfork to poke a yellow fiery blaze into a Redcoat soldier’s behind. The glass has black, block lettering saying Hot Stuff makes it hot for the Redcoats! It also has a black Arby’s logo. This item probably dates to the mid-1970s. It is in virtually perfect condition and retains all of its original glossiness.
COST = $25 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0709054
HOT STUFF (Harveytoons / Paramount / Famous Studios) collector's glass
This is a 5" tall, thick (i.e., Brockway-style) collector's glass featuring the red devil, Hot Stuff. This is an action glass showing Hot Stuff angrily walking along the street, beside a grey fence, red pitchfork in his left hand, after having burned a hole in the fence behind him. This item is in mint condition and was distributed during the mid-1970s as part of a larger promotional giveaway by fast food restaurants serving Pepsi products. Hot Stuff's name appears in black lettering on the street in front of him, and there is a white Pepsi logo beneath the fence behind him.
COST = $14 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1201112
HOWDY DOODY target set
This is a mint condition, unused, sealed-on-original-card toy Howdy Doody Target Set. It consists of stand-up targets of Flub-a-Dub and Clarabell, a red plastic gun, and five orange plastic suction cup "arrows." The 10x6" cardboard mounting card has fun, colorful graphics of Howdy Doody. This item was manufactured by Ja-Ru in 1987.
COST = $13 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1011091
HOWDY DOODY squeak toy, in airplane
This cutie is one of the most highly-collectible of all of the squeak toys ever produced featuring Howdy Doody or any of his friends. It is the Stahlwood rubber squeak toy with Howdy Doody in the pilot's seat of a happy, smiling airplane. This item is 4.5" tall, 5.25" from wingtip to wingtip, and 6.25" from nose to tail. The rubber is nice and soft, completely free of damage, and shows no signs of age deterioration. The plane's light blue wing and tail accents are in nearly perfect condition, as are Howdy Doody's dark blue eyes, neckerchief, and the plane's dark blue eyes and eyebrows. Only the red paint on this item shows wear, both on Howdy Doody's hair and on the plane's nose. When squeezed, this item just releases air for some unknown reason, rather than a squeaking sound. This is surprising, considering that the squeaker is present on the underside of the plane and appears to be undamaged. Overall, this item is in EX condition.
COST = $200 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1299037
HOWDY DOODY chalk figure
This is a 6.75" chalk (or perhaps lightweight plaster) figure of Howdy Doody, who is shown standing on a round yellow base with his arms by his sides, thumbs in his pants pockets. He wears a blue neckerchief, a brown vest with red and blue trim, blue pants, brown gloves, and brown cowboy boots. This item appears to have been part of a home crafts kit, in which a child would have used a mold to form the chalk / plaster figure, and then used some enclosed paints to paint the figure in the color schema of his/her choosing. This item has no damage anywhere on it, but it does have a few small areas of paint loss. Overall, the figure is in EX condition, and it is a licensed product.
COST = $22 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0904075
HOWDY DOODY stamp set
This is a mint condition, unused, never-removed-from-the-packaging Howdy Doody Stamp Set. It consists of ten orange rubber stamps, four crayons, and a stamp pad. The 12x6.25" cardboard mounting card has fun, colorful graphics of Howdy Doody. This item was manufactured by Ja-Ru in 1987.
COST = $13 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1011090
HOWDY DOODY squeeze toy – fire truck
This is a 5x5.75" soft, supple rubber squeeze toy showing Howdy Doody as a fireman at the helm of a creamy yellow fire truck with light blue accents. This toy is undamaged and in no worse than EX condition, with minor paint wear scattered about the item. It was manufactured by Stahlwood sometime during the 1950s and is now a rather rare find.
COST = $150 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0509061
HOWDY DOODY miniature picture viewer
This tough-to-find item is a 0.75" tall by 1.25" long metallic-colored plastic viewer shaped like a television set. There is a small wheel on the top, back portion of the item. If you look into the television's camera lens-like opening in front and hold the item up to the light, the wheel can be turned to reveal pictures of Howdy Doody, Clarabell, Flub-a-Dub, Princess Summer Fall Winter Spring, and Mr. Bluster. The toy works just fine and is in EX to EX+ condition, with surface wear on the exterior being its principal problem. The copyright markings on back of the item do not indicate who made it or when it was manufactured, although it almost certainly is a 1950s or 1960s piece.
COST = $32 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0705109
HOWDY DOODY jackpot game
This is a Howdy Doody Jackpot Game, manufactured by Ja-Ru in 1987. It consists of a scarlet slot machine that, instead of lemons, oranges, cherries, and bars, brings up images of Howdy Doody, Clarabell, Flub-a-Dub, Mr. Bluster, etc. The toy is in mint condition and has never been removed from its original packaging. The 9x6" cardboard mounting card has fun, colorful graphics on front, and one small area beside one of the Howdy Doody images where the previous owner carelessly removed the original price sticker.
COST = $13 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1011088
HOWDY DOODY foam rubber full-hand finger puppet
This is a full-hand finger puppet (known as a fingertronic puppet) of Howdy Doody, made of foam rubber. Behind the cardboard mounting card that makes up Howdy Doody's body on this item, there are four extended circular foam rubber areas where fingers can be inserted to enable the user to make various parts of his face move. This item is in extremely nice condition, with no damage anywhere on it. There is some minor hardening of the foam rubber on Howdy Doody's nose and cheeks, but no cracking or damage anywhere on the item. Very unusual for this item, the original cardboard mounting card is present and intact, in nearly perfect condition. This item was manufactured in 1987 by Bendy Toys Limited. The mounting card is 10.5" tall and 4.75" wide. The maximum thickness of Howdy Doody's face is about 3.5".
COST = $24 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0499002
HOWDY DOODY squeak toy -- western attire
This amazing find is a 7.5" rubber squeak toy showing Howdy Doody clad in western attire as he shapes his right hand's fingers like a pistol. He wears a white shirt with a red sheriff's star on it, a dark blue bandanna, a red belt with a white buckle, blue jeans, and white shoes. When squeezed, Howdy gives off a hearty squeaking sound. He is in near mint condition, with minor paint loss on the back of his hair and one tiny spot on the back of his jeans. Best of all, this item comes with its original box, which is also in very nice condition. It has fun graphics showing a number of children in front of a circus stage, along with a facial image of Howdy Doody. The back of the box shows drawings of all five characters whose squeak toys comprise the entire set from which this item came. Howdy Doody was manufactured by Peter Puppet Playthings Inc. as a Pixie Creation. Although not marked with a date, this item probably dates to the later 1950s.
COST = $150 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0111034
HOWDY DOODY pinball game (bagatelle)
This is a plastic pinball game (also known as a bagatelle) featuring Howdy Doody as a bronco buster. The toy is in mint, unused condition and has never been removed from its original packaging. The 10x6" cardboard mounting card has nice graphics of cowboy Howdy Doody in the upper left-hand corner. This item was manufactured by Ja-Ru in 1987.
COST = $13 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1011089
HOWDY DOODY bath mitt
This uncommon find is an 8" terry cloth bath mitt, featuring Howdy Doody. The mitt shows him wearing a yellow shirt with a red crossed pattern on it, along with a blue bandanna. Both arms are outstretched from his sides and his name is written in blue lettering below the shirt. There is even a small red hanging loop on the top of the mitt, enabling it to be hung from a shower peg to keep it dried out and ready for its next use. This item is undamaged but does show a moderate amount of use-related wear, as the photograph accompanying this description indicates. Overall, Howdy Doody is in VG condition. There is no indication anywhere on the item as to who made it or when it was manufactured, although our best guess is that this is a 1950s or 1960s piece.
COST = $18 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0704070
HOWDY DOODY ventriloquist doll
This is an 11" stuffed ventriloquist doll of Howdy Doody, who has a vinyl head and vinyl hands. Howdy Doody wears a blue cotton cloth neckerchief, a red plaid shirt, a shiny red vinyl belt with a metallic buckle, blue jeans-type pants, and red shiny vinyl boots. The details on his face are pretty nice, down to his bright blue eyes and the freckles on his cheeks and ears. In back, he has a string that, when pulled, makes his mouth open and close as if he were talking. Howdy Doody himself is in nearly perfect condition. He comes with his original box, which is complete but only in Good condition. The box has a few tears on it, several deep creases, and some pieces of tape where its previous owner tried to repair the torn cellophane window. Still, the box is intact and present! This doll was made by Goldberger during the 1970s.
COST = $67 BOXED WEIGHT: 3 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1000005
HOWDY DOODY flocked bank
This is an 8.75" lightweight plastic bank showing Howdy Doody standing with his left arm bent akimbo on the waist and his right arm upwardly-bent and extended from his body. He stands atop an elongated octagon-shaped black plastic block, and that is where the coin slot is located. The coin removal area underneath the bank has never been used, so it has no damage to it. Howdy Doody is covered with flocking, which is mostly intact but which does have some wear in it. He wears a pink shirt with a red checked pattern on it, a blue neckerchief, a brown belt, blue pants, and brown cowboy boots. Overall, Howdy is in EX to EX+ condition. He was manufactured in 1976 by Straco (that is, the F.J. Strauss Company) along with Clarabelle and Mr. Bluster counterparts.
COST = $39 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0804032
HOWLAND OWL (Pogo / Walt Kelly) jointed vinyl figure
This is a 4.5" jointed vinyl figure of Pogo's friend, Howland Owl, who has a swiveling head and a movable left arm. Howland wears white glasses and has black eyebrows, an orange beak, orange feet, and a tannish-mustard-colored body. He was manufactured in 1969 along with Albert Alligator, Pogo Possum, Beauregard Hound, Churchy LaFemme, and Porky Pine counterparts. At this time, we have all of them in stock. When originally distributed, these items were provided as promotional giveaways along with a detergent. Howland is undamaged and has some minor paint loss, leaving him in near mint condition.
COST = $14 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0902091
HOWLAND OWL (Pogo / Walt Kelly) cup/mug
This is a 4.25" tall solid yellow plastic cup/mug showing Howland Owl standing with both arms/wings behind his back, smiling. He wears white eye glasses. This item was manufactured during the early 1970s as part of a set of Pogo character cups/mugs that also included Albert Alligator, Beauregard Hound, Churchy LaFemme, Pogo Possum, and Porky Pine. (We have most of the others in stock at this time, too.) This item is in NM+ condition, with slight wear on the Howland decal being its only flaw . . . and a very minor one at that!
COST = $12 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0402155
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) inflatable doll
This is a vinyl inflatable doll/figure of Huckleberry Hound. Shown in the picture is the 7x6" cardboard header card for the package in which the doll/figure is contained . . . which is the best we can do, since this item is in mint condition, still sealed inside of its original plastic bag. It was sold as part of a six-item set sometime during the 1960s, with the other characters featured on the sides of the header card. Currently, we have five of these items in stock, all in mint condition, all sealed inside of their original bags. If you decide to purchase the entire set in a single transaction, we'll discount the price to $135 for the set.
COST = $30 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1100012
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) plush doll
This is a 12" plush doll of Huckleberry Hound, whose goofy grinning expression almost makes him look intoxicated. He wears a mulberry-colored cloth bowtie and a mustard yellow hat with a red band. This doll was manufactured by Nanco in 1989 along with a few other Hanna Barbera cartoon character plush dolls. Huck is in NM+ condition and he retains his original manufacturer's label, which is sewn securely into his left hip.
COST = $15 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0606025
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) squeak toy, with top hat
Currently, we have this item in stock both in and out of the original manufacturer's bag. The price and item number listed below are for the item that is IN the original bag; the other is less expensive although still in great shape. This particular Huckleberry Hound item is in mint condition, having never been removed from its original package. That is what makes this item truly wonderful, since very few of these toys survived without having been removed from their packaging. This Huckleberry Hound was manufactured by Dell sometime during the 1960s. Huck is shown holding a black top hat in his left hand and a black cane in his right hand; he is wearing a black bowtie. Huck himself is 6" tall and made of rubber. When squeezed, he gives out a gentle squeaking sound.
COST = $55 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1198071
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) puffy sticker
This uncommon find is a 6.75" vinyl puffy sticker of Huckleberry Hound, who is shown standing with both arms by his sides, smiling. He is entirely blue in color (other than his flesh-colored muzzle) and wears a yellow bowtie. This item is in mint condition and remains sealed inside of its original packaging. The cardboard header card actually shows Fred Flintstone playing with his Bamm Bamm puffy sticker (go figure!!), suggesting that the wrong header card was applied to this particular Huckleberry Hound item. It was manufactured in 1977, but there is no indication of the manufacturer.
COST = $11 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0504014
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) Italian soaky
During the mid-1990s, the Italian company, Damascar, released a large series of soakies featuring various Hanna Barbera cartoon characters. This is the Huckleberry Hound item from that series. Here, Huck is shown sitting angrily on top of a large, mean-looking bulldog. Huck has a black cat sitting on top of his purple fireman's hat. In order to gain access to where the shampoo originally was stored, Huckleberry himself comes off and beneath him is the screw-on cap. This item stands 9.5" tall and has no damage. It has a few very small marks on it, but overall still remains in near mint condition. Although not very old, these soakies are considered highly collectible, particularly in the United States where they have always been very difficult to come by.
COST = $40 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0598058
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) story book
This is a 10.5x7.25" hard-cover book featuring Huckleberry Hound, entitled Huckleberry Hound Giant Story Book. The front cover shows Huck casually leaning on a white banner that shows Boo Boo Bear reading stories to Mr. Jinks, Yogi Bear, Pixie, and Dixie. This book was published by Whitman in 1961. Other than one of the two front interior protection pages, all other pages of the book are present and undamaged (no coloring on them, no writing), with age-related yellowing of the pages. The cover has edge and spine wear, and a small torn area (again, nothing missing) on the lower 1" of the outer spine. Overall, the book is in VG condition. The graphics inside of the book are very attractive (and there are a lot of them), and there are several stories for children of all ages to enjoy.
COST = $8 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 1207060
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) flickers
This rare find is a box of Huckleberry Hound Flickers (a toy intended to help us "make your favorite pictures just like magic"), measuring 16" in length. The item consists of a flickers box-style cardboard camera, an opened package of several flickers papers, and an opened package containing four flickers negatives (featuring various Hanna Barbera cartoon characters in different picture scenes). This item comes with its original instruction sheet as well, as shown at the top of the picture accompanying this description. This rare item was manufactured by Sonwell during the early 1960s. The box has colorful graphics on the top and sides, with images of Mr. Jinks, Pixie, Boo Boo Bear, Yogi Bear, and Huckleberry Hound. The box has light surface water staining and one corner split, but is in decent shape overall.
COST = $52 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0104221
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Hanna Barbera) soaky-type bank
During the early 1960s, Knickerbocker manufactured several variations of the Quickdraw McGraw, Yogi Bear, and Huckleberry Hound soaky-type banks, including this one that is all red from the neck down. Huck is shown wearing a black top hat and has a flesh-colored muzzle, with black ears, black nose, and black-painted facial features. He rests his right arm by his side and holds his vest pocket with his left hand. The bank's coin slot is located on the top of Huckleberry Hound's top hat, and his head can be unscrewed to allow access to the coins inside. This item is free of damage and has only a slight amount of wear, mostly on the left size of Huck's tan muzzle and the edge of his black top hat brim. It is in NM condition.
COST = $28 BOXED WEIGHT: <2 POUNDS ITEM NUMBER = 0198105
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