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Vintage James Bond Junior Action Figures
James Bond Junior was first created in 1967 for a novel entitled “The Adventures of James Bond Junior 3 ½ under the name of R.D.Mascott, and he is the nephew of Ian Flemming’s James Bond.
He again reappeared in the successful TV animated series first broadcast in 1991 and ran for sixty episodes. The series also spawned a six-volume novelization series, a 12-issue comic book series by Marvel Comics, and video games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super NES.
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Hasbro released a line of 4
½- 5 ½ inch James Bond Junior action figures in two waves in 1991, but despite its
mild success the series only lasted for one season and therefore the figure
line was also discontinued after its initial release, which means few of the
characters from the show were featured.
Probably the two hardest
to find of the twelve figures are the original brown jacketed James Bond Jnr
and Dr No. The Buddy Mitchell figure was also scarce as was the James Bond Jr.
Ninja Gear figure.
Most of these figures can
still be picked up for around $20 or less on the secondary market and may be
slightly more for the scarcer figures.
Hasbro also release three
vehicles for this line, of which the Sports Car is the most difficult to find.
These generally sell for between $20-$30 depending on their condition and
considerably less if loose.
It seems that Hasbro
released these in three different types of colour coded packaging: green, pink
The green packaging, I am
assuming, were for the American market as they were only printed in English.
However, the pink and blue packaging had three languages and as far as I can
make out the pink was for the European market and blue for the South American
Also from my research it
seems the blue are the scarcer and harder to find whereas the green seem to be
more common on the secondary market which would back up my assumptions.
PLEASE NOTE: All prices and values quoted on this site were correct at the time of publication based on the average value across several online and offline auction sites etc. The prices quoted ARE NOT an offer or solicitation to buy any figures at these prices.
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The following websites, magazines and books are some of the sources I have used to research the material on this site as well as many of the images etc: Wikipedia | MegoMuseum | FigureRealm | RebbleScum | Mego Action Figure Toys by John Bonavita | Toyfare Magazine | Official Price Guide to Action Figures by Stuart W. Wells III and Jim Main
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