Herd Elephant Figurines Value Skyrockets 300% to 400%

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Herd Elephant Figurine Statue “Hundred”

One of the most popular animal figurine collections of the late 1900 to early 2000 s was the Herd Elephant Figurine Collection by Marty. With its retirement in 2005 the Herd Elephant Figurine collection with individual elephant figurines selling at 3 to 4 times their original retail price. Currently supply is very low since none of the Herd Elephant Figurines have been available in retail stores for more than 5 years. Since most people are novices when it comes to collectibles in all likelihood they may be totally unaware that the Herd Elephant figurine in their possession is growing in value every day. According to animal figurine specialist Mary at Anwo.com Animal World “the Herd Elephant Figurine Collection was one of the most popular of its time. The Herd Elephant Figurine collection originated with elephant however it graduated into zebra, giraffe and lions.” In essence the Herd animal figurine collection became a herd unto itself allowing collectors the opportunity to grow their herd as new pieces were released. One of the trademark characteristics of the Herd Elephant Figurine collection was the pairing of animal figurines into cute catchy names like “Rock” and “Roll” or “Flip”and “Flop”. With purchase of one the buyer was almost obligated to get the other piece so the set would be complete. In other words there were small paired subset Herd figurine collections within the full collection.

Herd Elephant Figurine Value Article by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography


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Posted on February 21, 2013, in Herd Elephant Figurine Statues, Herd Elephant Figurines Marty. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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