This one-of-a-kind identification and price guide provides the origins and dates of a variety of authorized Winnie the Pooh and friends collectibles. Includes: Pooh, Piglet, Tiger, Eeyore, Owl, Kanga, Baby Roo, and Christopher Robin as well as these manufacturers: Sears, the Disney Store, R. John Wright, Gund, Agnes Brush, Knickerbocker, Horsman, Enesco, and Schmid. 187 illustrations, 76 in color! 120 pages.
Customer Review: Great for Pooh Fans!
This book is a great reference for anyone who enjoys collecting pooh. I recommend it to any collector. The only complaint I would have is that: there are two books, "Winnie the Pooh Collectibles" and "Winnie the Pooh Collectibles II". I do not think this site did a very good job of distinguishing between the two. I am looking to buy the first book.
Customer Review: Identification and Price Guide to Winnie the Pooh Collectibl
This book is a must have for the avid Winnie the Pooh collector. Pages 8-47 are just on stuffed characters. It starts with very early plush characters and continues onward with newer ones. The next section, entitled "Ceramic Pooh and Friends", encompasses a variety of things. For example, cups, banks, plates, bookends, cookie jars, snow globes, musicals, picture frames, and figurines. This section also has platic figurines and Christmas Winnie the Pooh items. There are pictures of each item along with a description underneath or beside it. The excerpts below each picture tell who or where the item was made, the year it was released, a detailed description, and how much each item is worth. Overall, this book is very useful and easy to use. It is very helpful in showing how much an item is worth. Any Winnie the Pooh fan will enjoy this in their collection.