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Author Topic: What do you do with your smurfs ?
Squeaky Smurf
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Some Smurf Christmas 2012 photos. [Santa Smurf]

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Icon 6 posted 01-29-2016 12:34 PM      Profile for Squeaky Smurf   Author's Homepage  Squeaky Smurf's Figurine Checklist      Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
Three Vanities: McDonald's Movie Set 1, Schleich (Classical) and McDonald's Movie Set 2.

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Each of them: "How smurfingly handsome I look!!" [Vanity Smurf]

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Century Smurf
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Icon 1 posted 01-30-2016 02:49 PM      Profile for Century Smurf  Century Smurf's Figurine Checklist      Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
The original is pretty small! [Vanity Smurf]

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The new ones are pretty cool, but in my view, the original ones are better.

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ASTROALIEN
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I think that the mc donalds smurfs are cool but not as good as the normal figures.
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quote:
Originally posted by Margo:




Thanks a smurf to your little girls and you for sharing your delightful Smurf village, Margo! [Happy Smurf]

Century, Redneck and Astroalien, I agree with you: though the movie Smurfs are cute, I also prefer them in their original form. I realized to put the three Vanities together to create a certain contrast among them. Regular Smurf figurines are usually about 2 inches tall (5.08 cm), if we except the ones that are sitting - this to mention as an example.
I measured the movie Vanities and I found out they are 7.7 cm and 8 cm respectively. [Vanity Smurf]

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Smurf Christmas 2015 photos. [Santa Smurf]

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Century Smurf
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Icon 1 posted 02-26-2016 04:54 PM      Profile for Century Smurf  Century Smurf's Figurine Checklist      Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
I finally got some Schleich smurfs, including the original Papa Smurf from 1969 and Baby Smurf w/ teddy. [Happy Smurf] But I think one of my smurfs is fake! It is very small, only 1 & 3/4 of an inch tall -- even smaller than Schleich smurfs! I looked at the bottom of it, and the markings were almost ineligible, but this is what it says: ©PEYO A&A/CHINA
The smurf is not Schleich, and it doesn't even have a date! This is what the smurf looks like: It is a grinning Papa Smurf, with his hands on his hips. He looks almost like the Mcdonald's Papa Smurf, but he has no bag on his side, and no crystal. He is also much smaller. Can anyone help me? Is my smurf of very little financial value? Does A/A mean something?

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I'm glad to hear of these smurfy news, Century, but I got pretty curious about your Papa Smurf. According to what you described, his appearence is alike the McDonald's movie ones. I realized to smurf a search through the markings info (Peyo A&A / China) and I found the answer in this link, what proves truly he's not a fake - but a Vending Machine figure! [Smile]

These cute Smurf figures were launched in 2011, following the release of the first movie.

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The Smurfs Figurines

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Smurf Figures for Vending Machines

More about Vending Machine Smurfs here. [Wink]

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ASTROALIEN
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thanks for posting that squeaky smurf they look nice
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Century Smurf
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Icon 1 posted 02-27-2016 04:39 AM      Profile for Century Smurf  Century Smurf's Figurine Checklist      Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
Thank you very much, Squeaky! It's quite a relief to finally know which smurf it is! [Smile] [Smile] Now I know that although it may not exactly be vintage or official, vending machine smurfs are no loner made. I found a set of all 7 for sale at http://www.gumballs.com/smurfs-figurine.html for $112.19!
I won't be purchasing that, but the price must mean my smurf is worth something! [Wink]

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I got some of my Movie Smurfs figurines on display in my apartment. I don't have room for the others, unfortunately.

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VIC GEORGE -- Westfield, MA, USA
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Personally, I hate puttin me smurfs in boxes, so I display EVERYTHING [Wink] A good 50% of my stuff is smurfs! [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by Century Smurf:
Thank you very much, Squeaky! It's quite a relief to finally know which smurf it is! [Smile] [Smile] Now I know that although it may not exactly be vintage or official, vending machine smurfs are no loner made. I found a set of all 7 for sale at http://www.gumballs.com/smurfs-figurine.html for $112.19!
I won't be purchasing that, but the price must mean my smurf is worth something! [Wink]


You're smurfy welcome. Just to remind: customized and repainted Smurfs also appear onand some sellers offer them as 100% original. Custom Smurfs are pretty cool due to creativity used, so that many collectors enjoy acquiring them; it doesn't mean they're fake, for they've still got their original marks; but the sellers must make clear they're not the original anymore.
You can see more examples here and here. [Smurfette]

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Century Smurf
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Icon 1 posted 03-01-2016 06:20 AM      Profile for Century Smurf  Century Smurf's Figurine Checklist      Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote  Post A Reply
I'm sorry but I don't quite understand what custom smurfs are. Are they original smurfs that have things such as coke bottles and fruit bowls attached to them?

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That's right. Just to compare:

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Originally this Custom Smurf must have been either a #20158 Hamburger or a #20038 Singer. [Happy Smurf]

These Smurfs are usually customized from figurines that lost their parts. I myself did it with a former #40208 Sign Smurf I found at a bootfair. His sign had been broken.

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Yes, that's very creative. Fortunately I don't have to do that since none of my smurfs are broken! [Wink]

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Sure, you acquired them in mint conditions. But I found that little guy so adorable that I couldn't resist! [Enamored Smurf]

http://bluebuddies.com/Smurf_Picture_and_Files/00002416/DSC03863.jpg

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That really is a good idea to turn your smurf into a holiday decoration. And speaking of Easter, it is the last Sunday of March this year. Jesus is risen! Hallelujah! [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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I'm sorry to bother you again, but all 7 of my vintage Schleich smurfs say "MADE IN HONG KONG." Now I am puzzled. I thought all of the Schleich smurfs were made in Germany. What's interesting is that the one Schleich smurf I have that was made in 2010 says "MADE IN GERMANY." Are all of my vintage smurfs fake? [Confused]

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quote:
Originally posted by Century Smurf:
I'm sorry to bother you again, but all 7 of my vintage Schleich smurfs say "MADE IN HONG KONG." Now I am puzzled. I thought all of the Schleich smurfs were made in Germany. What's interesting is that the one Schleich smurf I have that was made in 2010 says "MADE IN GERMANY." Are all of my vintage smurfs fake? [Confused]


could you pose some photos please as then I could look what I could do


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quote:
Originally posted by Century Smurf:
I'm sorry to bother you again, but all 7 of my vintage Schleich smurfs say "MADE IN HONG KONG." Now I am puzzled. I thought all of the Schleich smurfs were made in Germany. What's interesting is that the one Schleich smurf I have that was made in 2010 says "MADE IN GERMANY." Are all of my vintage smurfs fake? [Confused]


This doesn't mean they are fake. Just take a look at Smurf Figurines by Country and also Markings. Astroalien's suggestion is a smurfy idea, so that you could post some pictures of your little blue friends - with close-ups of their markings, too. [Wink]

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A photo I had taken a certain time ago, inspired by a Smurf fanfic created by Rowena starring Brainy Smurf.

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You can read it here. [Cool]

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aa that is so cute
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