About Where This Came From: First, this came from a 1970-1990’s Tonka designer executives home. He passed some time ago, this collection includes MANY product samples, packaging prototypes, etc. I will likely miss some and classify them as just basic stock. Some may have generic price tags as he was going to sell them shortly before his death. So this at worst is a standard product, could be something more. If questions ask, I got around 1,000 items in this collection. Comes as shown.
Condition: This is a hardcopy of the early 1970’s Winnebago boy figure. The head is 4up or more and the size of a 12″ figurehead. If you want to know more about hardcopies continue reading. First, hardcopies were not always needed. When they were needed they were used to make the tooling master, paintmaster, photography sample, and packaging sample. Hardcopies are made from Urethane resin and can be found painted, unpainted, as well as assembled or unassembled.