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Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 12-14-2006 10:40 AM:

Some exciting new features have been added to

1) Smurf Figurines - brand new pictures! An expanded and comprehensive section covering every aspect of every Smurf figurine. No detail is left unexplored as we catalog each Smurf (along with its variations) in the largest Smurf PVC collection ever amassed on the internet. Links to the new sections are available on our Smurf Figurines page.

2) Rarity Guide. The Five Smurfberry Rarity Guide shows how rare each Smurf figurine is - on a scale from 1 to 5. This exclusive rating system, shown on each figurine, is available only on!

3) Multiple Picture Slideshow. Where appropriate (like the Regular Smurfs section), a slideshow appears to showcase multiple pictures. It's a great way to show figurine variations.

4) Faster Loading. When you Login and view a Gallery section (like Regular Smurfs), there is no advertising in the middle of the page.

5) Smurf Price Guide. You've asked for it, and here it is! is proud to announce the full-featured, Smurf ID and Price Guide. Various sections of the site (like Regular Smurfs or Super Smurfs) now have accurate and complete price guides. Feel free to print these out! Curious? Check out our Regular Smurfs Price Guide to begin! Login to see all the Smurf variations.

Here are a list of the current Smurf price guides:

Regular Smurfs Price Guide

Super Smurfs Price Guide

Smurf Playsets Price Guide

Smurf Buildings ID Guide

Easter Smurfs Price Guide

Historical Smurfs Price Guide

Christmas Smurfs Price Guide

Promotional Smurfs ID Guide

Hardees Smurfs Price Guide

McDonald's Smurfs Price Guide

McDonald's Movie Smurfs Price Guide

SCCI Smurfs Price Guide

6) Customized Smurf Checklists. Quite an amazing feature. Login (or first Register) and the Price Guides expand to allow you to create your own personal Smurf checklists. Simply tick-off the Smurfs you have, leave notes to yourself about each Smurf, and keep track of your collection. You can access your private Checklist from anywhere in the world!

7) Publicize your lists. Wow! You can share your lists and tell others exactly what Smurfs you're looking for. Share your Checklist with your friends (or the world!). Viewers can look at - but not change - your lists, and can read the notes you left about each figurine as a Post-It note. Checklists are particularly useful to share with others - your friends see a complete list of just what you're looking for or what you have. Expanding your collection has never been easier!

I am personally very proud of these additions. I hope everyone enjoys them!

Posted by emihh (Member # 2055) on 02-21-2008 11:47 AM:
Nice it possible to have the picture on the list (rather than by pressing a button) so that I can print off the lists and see what I have got? please please please
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 02-23-2008 03:50 PM:
Hi emihh and welcome to BlueBuddies! Thanks for your great suggestion. A printable photo Smurf ID Guide has been created for each of the checklists. Here is one to get you started:

View the Regular Smurfs Photo ID Guide

These new picture Smurf ID Guides allow you to print out and catalog each and every Smurf figurine. I hope you enjoy them!

Be sure to check out our exclusive new Promo Smurfs section as well, featuring the largest collection of promotional Smurf figurines on the internet... and more is to come!

Posted by roelands (Member # 2293) on 05-21-2008 07:46 AM:
I like those checklists too, and the completeness for different versions, but I was wondering about those goldcord Christmas smurfs: some of them that I've seen do not have a gold cord, nor ring, nor does it seem like there had ever been a ring. Are those cordless, ringless smurfs fakes?
Posted by MarcyB (Member # 2459) on 08-27-2008 07:51 AM:
I am curious as to where these values are coming from because you recommend in another area to shop for smurfs on ebay. Yet the rarest smurfs (according to this site) that should be worth hundreds of dollars are available on ebay for three bucks. Granted, I'm not a smurf collector anymore, I did collect when I was a child. I would like to sell my collection to someone that would enjoy having it, but it is hard to figure out what a fair value is. Can you provide any insight? I advertised on your boards that I have some of these "very rare" smurfs but noone has contacted me yet, so are they really that rare and are smurfs in general that sought after? Thanks for your assistance, I'm just trying to learn.
Posted by Sassette (Member # 2) on 08-27-2008 03:36 PM:
Hi MarcyB,

Welcome to BlueBuddies!

A price guide is just that... a guide to understand value. At the end of the day, any item is only worth as much as a person is willing to pay for it. And it only takes one person to buy an item. In a booming market, there are plenty of people interested - items sell quickly and for more than the "average" price. In a depressed market, it may be harder to find a single buyer - things may take longer to sell and sellers may resort to lowering prices. Every market has its ups and downs. Many things can influence the market - like the the economy, the time of year, trends etc... A "fair value" for a Smurf will be what a seller and buyer can agree upon!

The rarity of the Smurf figure doesn't change. A rare Smurf will always be worth more than a common Smurf. Are there exceptions? Of course! You could go to a garage sale and buy a box full of Smurfs for $5.00. Inside that box could be the rareset Smurfs out there. (You could then turn around and sell them for a fortune!) Conversely, you can go on ebay and see two individuals in a bidding war over a common Smurf and therefore driving the price up. Why? Because they both want that Smurf at the same point in time and are willing to pay more to get it!

Sometimes a Smurf will sell for more and sometimes less than the guide price - but it's a great starting point! It is also VERY helpful in determining the rarity of your Smurfs.

For example, the Smurf Price Guide lists the "rare" 2.0214 Baby Smurf with Blocks (the pastel blocks version) for $60.00 and just yesterday this Smurf sold on eBay for $66.00.


You might also consider selling your Smurfs on eBay - this link may be helpful!

Good luck with your sale!
[Happy Smurf]

PS - Please give me the link for the Smurfs "worth hundreds of dollars" selling on eBay for $3.00! I'd love to add it to my collection! I know you can find some great deals on eBay, but I've never been that lucky!!!
[Big Grin]
Posted by nankeldisney821 (Member # 1998) on 09-07-2008 11:50 AM:
I am new here and I do have a lot of Smurfs to try to sell. How do I post my checklist of what I do have? I also have about 10 other Smurfs that I have that I can not find on these lists do I know what those are worth? Any help you can give me would be great. Thanks!!
Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 09-21-2009 03:59 PM:
Originally posted by nankeldisney821:
I am new here and I do have a lot of Smurfs to try to sell. How do I post my checklist of what I do have? I also have about 10 other Smurfs that I have that I can not find on these lists do I know what those are worth? Any help you can give me would be great. Thanks!!

Hullo, Nankeldisney! Take a look here, you can get info on your Smurf Checklist and many more. Good Luck! [Wink]
Posted by polcat9a (Member # 3068) on 09-01-2010 06:28 PM:
I have alot of Smurf items that aren't in the prices guides. Can I get info and prices on these? I will be selling a very lot of smurfs which will include figurines, clocks, watches, playsets, blankets and sheets, stuffed smurfs and lots of other types of stuff.
Posted by tappernaq (Member # 2985) on 05-19-2012 04:29 PM:
Hello and thank you for a great website,
I have used it often to keep track of my collection.

However now i seem to have a problem when i want to add a smurf to my checklist.

I find the smurf using the search, then i tick the box, click update - the page refreshes, but when i later go to look in my checklist the smurf is still unchecked.

I have tried with different browsers, but the result is always the same.

Can anyone help me with this problem?

Thanks in advance!

Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 05-20-2012 08:40 AM:
Hi tappernaq,

Thanks for bringing this to my attention. It should be working. Give it a try! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

Posted by tappernaq (Member # 2985) on 05-21-2012 02:56 AM:
Yes, is seems to be working now!
Thank you very much.
Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 06-13-2012 12:58 PM:
Hello, Papa Smurf, I hope you're smurfing well!
I think I got the same problem: recently I acquired some Smurfs and I wished to add them to my checklist as usual, but it hasn't worked as well.
Thanks for your attention since now. [Wink]
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 06-13-2012 04:12 PM:
Thanks for bringing this up Squeaky! It should be working now so please try it out and let me know if it all goes smurfingly!

[Big Grin]
Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 06-13-2012 04:59 PM:
Just Painter Smurf (#20089) to be updated. I added him but there wasn't any change. [Happy Smurf]
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 06-13-2012 05:26 PM:
Thanks for the update Squeaky. I fixed Painter Smurf on your list manually. By any chance was he on your "Wantlist" from the past?

Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 06-13-2012 05:32 PM:
Yep, he really was. [Wink] Thanks, Papa Smurf, you're the best! [Big Grin]
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 06-13-2012 06:04 PM:
My pleasure Squeaky! Thanks for the additional information - it will allow me to make the checklist better.

Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 01-06-2013 03:28 PM:
Hello, Papa Smurf! How are you doing?

You once asked me if I had a Hering Smurf original package and unluckily I hadn't, as well I hadn't seen any pic of it then. But now I'd like to tell you that I finally found a picture with a Hering Smurf for sale in his original package, showing the photo and details that I described: Papa, Lover, Signbearer ("Nós somos os Hering Smurfs" - "We are the Hering Smurfs") and Spy. Here we are:



I hope this helps! [Wink]
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 01-08-2013 08:17 AM:
This is so exciting to see. These pictures really add to the Hering Smurfs page. Now we can finally see the original Hering package.

The Hering Smurfs section has been updated.

Thank-you, Squeaky.

Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 01-08-2013 10:12 AM:
I'm the one that must thank you, Papa Smurf, for the great new stuff on the wooden houses. [Big Grin] I'd just like to remind you that neither Lover (#20044) nor Signbearer (#40208) were never launched in Brazilian market (sorry, I forgot to mention this before)*. As they feature in this photo package, it's the only thing I can't understand so far. [Confused]

* By the way, Super Smurfs were never launched in Brazil, it's a pity. [Roll Eyes]
Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 01-08-2013 05:51 PM:
I'll send some pictures of two Hering Smurfs I found last year in a street bazaar (Hang Glider and Telephone) with their respective marks. You can add them if you find necessary, too. [Happy Smurf]
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 01-09-2013 09:07 AM:
I can't wait. Thanks for the update Squeaky!
Posted by tappernaq (Member # 2985) on 05-07-2014 02:49 PM:
Hello papa smurf, thank you for your great site!
It has happend again that I am not able to update my checklist.
I tried from different computers but when I click update it doesn't save the change.

I hope you can help me, thanks in advance!
Posted by Papa Smurf (Member # 1) on 05-08-2014 06:04 PM:
Hi tappernaq!

Thanks for telling me. I've looked at your checklist and hopefully the issues are now fixed.

Posted by SallyMorris (Member # 5263) on 05-26-2014 04:34 AM:
Hello, I have a collection of Smurfs that I am looking to sell so have been creating a checklist to get an idea of costing. However I have two Smurf figurines that I cannot find on the lists. Their stamps on their feet indicate that they are legitimate figurines - is it possible that this isn't a complete list?


Posted by bjb_20 (Member # 5262) on 05-26-2014 07:37 AM:
no sorry i don't have either of those
Posted by Sassette (Member # 2) on 05-26-2014 08:05 AM:
Hi SallyMorris,

Welcome to BlueBuddies!

You are correct, your Smurfs are legitimate Smurf figures. They are both in the list - although they were playing a little "hide & seek" with you!

Your first Smurf is Astrosmurf without his helmet. It's not uncommon for the helmet to come off and get lost over time. Your second mystery Smurf is a Cupid Smurf called "Amour Smurf".

2.0003 Astro Smurf Figure

2.0128 Amour Smurf Figure

Hope this helps!

[Happy Smurf]
Posted by SallyMorris (Member # 5263) on 05-27-2014 02:55 AM:
Thank you so much for your help! I really appreciate it!
Posted by suspense (Member # 5301) on 07-03-2014 09:48 PM:
hi, I just bought a ton of smurfs at an auction. lots of them are promos. I found some of the values through another website and ebay sold listings, but I am still unsure of the value of some.
I have 3 volksbank smurfs does anyone know the value of all three as one set?
Also does anyone know what raw smurfs typically go for?

Posted by Sassette (Member # 2) on 07-04-2014 10:37 AM:
Hi suspense,

Sounds like you won a smurfy auction!

[Big Grin]

In terms of values for your Volksbank Smurfs, there are some currently for sale anywhere from 100 - 199 euros each. The better the condition, the higher the value. If sold as a set of 3, the Volksbank Smurfs will be worth a little more.

Volksbank Smurfs

The value of your Raw Smurfs (or Rohlinge Smurfs) will vary greatly depending on which raw Smurfs you have... Waldbaur Smurfs, INA (Solid Blue Smurfs), CNT, Mexican Solid Smurfs, Transparent Smurfs, vintage raw Smurfs vs the new raw Smurfs etc. Many of the solid color Smurfs being sold are not genuine Raw Smurfs (original unpainted Smurfs). Ebay has recently been closing many auctions of "fake" solid color Smurfs. That being said, many of these Smurfs are still collectible.

Raw Unpainted Smurf & Smurfette

Hope this helps!

[Happy Smurf]
Posted by suspense (Member # 5301) on 07-04-2014 06:00 PM:
Thanks for the info
I'll try to post some pictures of some of the ones I have on the forum.
Posted by suspense (Member # 5301) on 07-05-2014 11:32 PM:
here are some pictures of the raws




Posted by suspense (Member # 5301) on 07-08-2014 01:19 AM:
Hey sassette. What are the ballpark values on muster smurfs? Have you seen them sell before? I have 3 of them and no idea of the value. Any info would be helpful.
Comb and Mirror smurfette
Painter smurf
smurf with hamburger

Posted by Sassette (Member # 2) on 07-09-2014 06:54 PM:
The values of the Muster Smurfs can vary quite a bit. There are a few Muster Smurfs currently for sale right now...

Muster Smurf
20101 Fisherman Smurf
99 Euros

Muster Super Smurf
40211 Super Gargamel & Azrael
129 Euros

Promotional Muster Smurf
Coca Cola Smurf
399 Euros

[Happy Smurf]
Posted by Tess (Member # 5818) on 01-27-2016 10:37 PM:
Hi Papa Smurf,

My mum gave me Smurfs when I was young. I think they were sold in Shell petrol stations. Any way it was in the 70's.

I have been looking at the ones I have and the ones on your site.
Most I have are common But I did find one that was rare and it is the Blue Popsicle Smurf 2,0053
Also there is one I couldn't find Anywhere on the internet. There were similar ones Australian Football in Red, Blue and Purple But I have Black and Yellow.
Have you ever heard of this one?

I think I also have a cassette of Smurf songs in Dutch somewhere.
Posted by ASTROALIEN (Member # 5654) on 01-28-2016 09:22 AM:
your astro smurf has no helmet so that is probably why
Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 01-28-2016 11:26 AM:
His helmet must have broken down, Astroalien. It's made from a very delicate plastic. [Astro Smurf]
Posted by Zackmak (Member # 4959) on 04-12-2016 08:38 PM:
Great price guide! I'm wondering a few things, though:

Regarding the playsets, since the tree stump, carousel, castle, deluxe play village, and pop-up villages/castle are not manufactured with the same hard/soft rubber materials as all the other playsets, are they generally considered by the fandom/collectors 'unofficial' or 'optional' in completing the full run of Schleich playets?

It's also mentioned that the castle (and maybe the tree stump?) have Schleich 4xxxx numbering. Is this official, or made up? Is it on the box? Does that affect how these two sets are perceived to be included with the rest of the 4xxxx numbered playsets?

Any help would be great. Thanks!
Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 04-13-2016 02:20 PM:
I think those Schleich and Wallace Berrie & Co. Smurf playsets are all official, Zackmack (great to see you here again by the way). You can see all of them in this Smurf Playsets ID Guide. [Wink]
Posted by Zackmak (Member # 4959) on 04-13-2016 07:30 PM:
Thanks for responding, Squeaky Smurf! While I know they are all official, I'm wondering how fans/collector's deem those playsets in regards to including them as part of the other Schleich playsets.

It would be interesting to find out people's thoughts, for sure.
Posted by alysmurfette (Member # 5108) on 01-29-2017 05:12 AM:
Question: Am I overlooking the checklist for cottages and houses?
They might be added to the buildings list to not overdo the number of lists...
Posted by roxetak (Member # 6926) on 12-15-2018 04:09 AM:
Hi. I have an question about smurf checklist.For example I have a few, one or two figurines from one serie of promosmurfs. But in checklist I can check only whole serie. Not only two smurfs of them. Is it possible? The same is it with ferero kinder surprise egg smurfs.
Posted by Squeaky Smurf (Member # 2416) on 12-16-2018 09:46 AM:
Some of these figurines are not really shown separately, Roxetak, yet others - eg Paracodin and Waldbaur Smurfs - are described. Maybe the Administrator will make more changes when he can, for the site has always been updated.


I found this Chupa Chups Flapper Smurfette Figure (about 3,7 cm btw) at a fair. How about showing your Promo Smurfs here? It would be very smurfy! [Happy Smurf]

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