Most are on the low end of the price scale (MLP, Care Bears, Rainbow Brite, etc.) though each line does have its harder to find ones. The larger Alf is a good find, the talking one is even better.
Hmmm, how much better for Talking Alf?
Because one of the things my wife took from Coleco when it went under was a few plush Alfs. I don't think any were hand-stitched...just production Alfs kept in the HQ.
But one of them is the talking version. It's mint and we even got the talking feature to work after all these years. Just a little finicky on the button. If you're gentle, and press it down just so...the needle drops on the plastic record.
Post by WishItWas1984 on May 25, 2014 9:43:53 GMT -6
Oh and on the original topic...My Buddy or Kid Sister?
I remember the My Buddy commercials running constantly. So much so that I can still sing the jingle and it always pops in my head when someone says "Hey Buddy"....."My Buddy, My Buddy. Wherever I go, heee's gonna go...." I think that's it anyway. LOL
But for plush or stuffed animals, the real money doesn't come from 80s properties from what I hear. It's really old school original...Gund I believe the name is. I could be wrong though. But great condition teddy bears from way pre-80s could fetch some $$$