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Help identifying some monster toys...
« on: February 21, 2010, 11:41:10 PM »
Ok, so I have a few Monster Toys I have been holding onto for years and years...I had to sell off 99% of my toy collection over the last 4 years thanks to a nasty divorce/custody battle w/ the ex.  I haven't been able to find out what the one eyed foam/latex monsters are (no copyright or markings) or the rubber Gorilla (copyright Gigantor HONG KONG) which I KNOW is from the 70's because my aunt bought this for me when I was a small child.

The space guns and the snake gun I don't know much about.

I added some photos of things like an MPC Monster, Ideal Joker, Mini Boglins from the UK, Monstor (vending machine cover), My Pet Monster cuffs, and a couple other monster toys that I do know what they are, but, some of you may have more info on some of these/rarity.

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2010, 12:26:30 AM »
Ok, so I have a few Monster Toys I have been holding onto for years and years...I had to sell off 99% of my toy collection over the last 4 years thanks to a nasty divorce/custody battle w/ the ex.  I haven't been able to find out what the one eyed foam/latex monsters are (no copyright or markings) or the rubber Gorilla (copyright Gigantor HONG KONG) which I KNOW is from the 70's because my aunt bought this for me when I was a small child.

The space guns and the snake gun I don't know much about.

I added some photos of things like an MPC Monster, Ideal Joker, Mini Boglins from the UK, Monstor (vending machine cover), My Pet Monster cuffs, and a couple other monster toys that I do know what they are, but, some of you may have more info on some of these/rarity.

Any help is much appreciated.


I have 2 of those Gigantor gorillas, I don't think they are worth more than abt $20 so probably not worth selling.  Also, in my opinion, you should sell any and all of your other posessions BEFORE the toy collection, or the nasty divorce wins.  Just a thought.  Do what you must, but I would rather walk into a room and see that Gigantor or the cool Frankie head than a bunch of expensive furniture.

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2010, 01:17:09 AM »
THE THE SNAKE GUN 10.00 LOOSE.....SEALED 20.00 ...............SPACE GUNS 20.00 EACH......

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #3 on: February 22, 2010, 01:17:52 AM »
I have 2 of those Gigantor gorillas, I don't think they are worth more than abt $20 so probably not worth selling.  Also, in my opinion, you should sell any and all of your other posessions BEFORE the toy collection, or the nasty divorce wins.  Just a thought.  Do what you must, but I would rather walk into a room and see that Gigantor or the cool Frankie head than a bunch of expensive furniture.



THE THE SNAKE GUN 10.00 LOOSE.....SEALED 20.00 ...............SPACE GUNS 20.00 EACH......


Well, I already went through the divorce and it was finalized in 2007 (after I spent literally $$$$$ in legal bills), but, now the ex is attempting to fight for custody again and I have literally 1% of my collection left.

Here is a link to the toys & displays I used to have back in 2006 (which like I said 99% of what is in the photos and was in storage is long gone).  

http://crazycollectors.de/thegodbeast.html

I realize the few things I have left are probably not worth as much as what I have already lost...but, any information on the oddball stuff is helpful because then I can decide what is worth selling and what is better kept for fun.

Thanks for the estimates on the Gorilla, snake gun and space guns.  What other toys did Gigantor make?  I know Gigantor was a killer anime/robot toy, but, I had no idea there was actually a company named that which made oddball rubber toys like this Gorilla.

Thanks again,
TGB

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #4 on: February 22, 2010, 01:40:03 AM »
the creature from the black lagoon toy is maybe $1-3. The bigfoot toy is a part from the bigfoot board game, maybe $4-7. the mummy toy in sarcophagus is maybe $1-3. but that monstor candy display is awesom!! im not sure what its worth but i want it! lol
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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #5 on: February 22, 2010, 02:07:06 AM »
I want to know more about your Telco Motion-ettes.  Those are the things in the big orange boxes.  Which ones do you have?
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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #6 on: February 22, 2010, 09:27:02 AM »
http://crazycollectors.de/thegodbeast.html


Wow! What an amazing collection that (sadly) was! I never saw so much stuff crammed into a display case, before!
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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #7 on: February 22, 2010, 09:52:40 AM »
I want to know more about your Telco Motion-ettes.  Those are the things in the big orange boxes.  Which ones do you have?

Sorry, not the Kong, Bat, Devil, or really swanky ones...it is the Telco 24+" Witch that is supposed to have the crystal ball and cardboard table (which she has neither, but, she is in great shape).    She does have her hat and crow though.   I also have a Telco 24" Witch w/ a pumpkin (Kmart sticker says $59), then I have a Rennoc 18" Vampire w/ skull, and last a Telco 18" Witch w/ skull & broom.

Unfortunately I sold the Mask of Red Death and my other prized ones a long while back.

I would make a fair deal to anyone wanting all 4 of these.  Not sure these particular ones' value, but, I know I didn't put retail into them.

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #8 on: February 22, 2010, 09:58:23 AM »
I've got one of those Mad Lab Frankenstein heads (firs picture, top right) that I got at a yard sale sme years ago.  Those orange one-eyed multi-tentacled things  are cool.  They look like they'd be good for holding DVDs maybe.

Oh, and what's with the bra on the computer printer (13th picture)?   >:D

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #9 on: February 22, 2010, 10:10:43 AM »
I've got one of those Mad Lab Frankenstein heads (firs picture, top right) that I got at a yard sale sme years ago.  Those orange one-eyed multi-tentacled things  are cool.  They look like they'd be good for holding DVDs maybe.

Oh, and what's with the bra on the computer printer (13th picture)?   >:D

Rob


 :o :D :D :D  That is funny you should ask about that bra...I was in the middle of working on that sculpture when I scored the "Monstor" piece.  Here is a link to my site and another to the particular page w/ the bra sculpt. 

http://www.godbeast.com/

http://www.godbeast.com/sculptures.htm

Ya, that Mad Lab Frankenstein is actually a really fun game.  My boys loved it.  Those 1 eyed orange monsters are so rad...they are a durable foam latex and they do have some sort of a rectangular area on top (must have been for some sort of display of something at retail.  I found one about 10 years ago and the other 2 about 5 years ago.  In all the years of collecting these are the only 3 I have ever seen.  So I am really clueless as to their origin or value.  Unlike "Monstor" which I have seen a handful of over the years (however, the seller usually wants way too much for it and has no clue what it came from).

TGB

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #10 on: February 22, 2010, 11:37:43 AM »
Here are some other odds & ends...I know the Dr. Evil is the remake one and not the original.  The Halloween push puppets, Hanging Skeletons mip, the skeleton on the suction cup and Halloween metal clanger are more vintage...where as , the skeleton on the candy tube, the large mummy & skeleton hanger and the wind up walking skeleton I am pretty sure from present to maybe only as old as the 90's.  I really wanted to know if anyone knows much about the vintage devil charm, Quisp figure, Triceratops/Godzilla and dates for the vintage Halloween items.

















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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #11 on: February 22, 2010, 11:43:59 AM »
Sorry mods...maybe I should have one of you kind people move this entire thread to the "Monsters for Sale" thread...even though I need some ID help, I am selling this stuff...sorry.

Thanks in advance,
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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #12 on: February 22, 2010, 12:36:32 PM »



Do anyone know anything about the cockroach with sunglasses toy?  I have this one as part of a set.  The only other one I can remember off of the top of my head is a rat.  They're boxed away somewhere.    I was wondering if they were part of an exterminator's promotion. 

IMO I think this thread is OK here for now, as its current focus is to gather information.  When it's ready to be sold, it can be restarted over there with prices listed.

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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #13 on: February 22, 2010, 01:15:07 PM »
The Roach is from "Capitol Critters"...it was some sort of cartoon in the 90's (I think).  There was a rat, a roach, and a couple of other characters.

http://www.virtualtoychest.co.uk/c/capitolcritters/capitolcritters.html

Ok, so when this thread turns into a sales pitch, please some mod move it.  I don't want to be the newb not following rules or putting threads/posts in the wrong areas, messin' everything up for everyone else.

Thanks in advance,
TGB
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Re: Help identifying some monster toys...
« Reply #14 on: February 22, 2010, 02:12:22 PM »
Ok, so when this thread turns into a sales pitch, please some mod move it.  I don't want to be the newb not following rules or putting threads/posts in the wrong areas, messin' everything up for everyone else.

If you want to do this, just start a new thread in the "Classifieds" and use your same pic links.
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