McDonald's toys catalogue 1994
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McDONALD'S TOYS & COLLECTABLES
RELEASED IN NEW ZEALAND

This is not a list of what I have in stock at any time.  Rather, it's a catalogue of all significant items released in New Zealand.  While I have 95+ percent of items released here I don't always have stocks of (a) rare, early items; (b) extremely popular toys such as Snoopy's World Tour; or (c) the very latest sets.  (I'm currently finding it very difficult to keep up with demand from foreign collectors for the 1999 sets, for example.) 

COMPOSITION OF SETS:  Where the description in the list is simply "four items" this means that there is a Birdie, Grimace, Hamburglar and Ronald in the set.  Unless stated otherwise, prices for sets are the prices for single items multiplied by the number of items in the set.

DATES ETC:  Toys and collectables are listed in order of their release in New Zealand, but some of the dates of release are my best guess.  If local collectors have more accurate information, it would be appreciated if they would let me have it.  I'd also be grateful for advice of any amendments or additions to the list.

CONDITION:  The assumption made throughout is that toys are in good condition.  Worn, damaged or dirty McDonald's toys have no value. PRICES: are expressed in US dollars. 

MAIL ORDERS: postage is charged at cost.  Foreign orders are sent by economy air.

Note: MIP = Mint in Packet
 

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1994 -  click on photos for larger view
 

Animaniacs:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Eight figures - Rakko riding Ralph (black cat riding blue-capped baddie); Mindy & Button's Wild Ride (kid and fox in blue car with yellow lighting flash at the side); Slapper & Skipper's Chopper (cat on bike; chipmunk in yellow sidecar); Pinky & the Brain Mobile (white mouse riding yellow bike); Upside Down Wakko; Bicycle Built for Trio (three on a tricycle); Goodskate Goodleathers (three hens); and Dot's Icecream Wagon. 
US$1.50 each; $2.50 MIP. The set loose: $6.50.
 

Barbies:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Eleven figures from two longer series issued in the US and/or Canada, issued in two series in 1994 and 1996, in conjunction with Hotel Wheels cars.  Purchasers of Happy Meals got the choice of a Barbie or a car; girls were assumed to be interested in the Barbies and boys in the cars.  The eight dolls released in 1994 were 1- Bicycling (on a pink bike & stand); 2 - Birthday Party (white skirt with pink & blue stripes; Barbie is holding a cake); 3 - Hollywood Hair (gold & white outfit; blue star stand); 4 - My First Ballerina (purple tutu; white top & tights; black hair; blue stand); 5 - Paint-n-Dazzle (pink top, jacket & miniskirt; white stand with a pink "B"); 6 - Romantic Bride (white dress with pink roses and a pink bouquet); Secret Hearts (white dress with two red bands; barbie is holding a heart!); and 8 - Twinkle Lights (pink skirt and white top; Barbie is holding a white bag).  The three dolls released in 1996 were 9 - Dance-n-moves (pink halter skirt; blue stand); 10 - Jewel & Glitter (a bride with corsage); and 11 - Winter Action (the only two-piece two: pink & blue ski outfit on a detachable blue stand).
US$1 each; US$2.50 MIP
The set, loose - US$8.50

Batman Cars: see Batman Returns 1992

Cabbage Patch Kids:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Eight figures, issued in two series in 1994 and 1995.  The four figures released in 1994 were 1 - Jennifer Rita the "Tiny Dancer" (blonde hair; purple & white tutu; holding a yellow star); 2 - Emily Elizabeth as the "Sweet Dreamer" (brown hair; pink & blue nightdress; holding a teddy bear); 3 - Jamie Christina as "Fun on Ice" (blonde hair; green & pink outfit; white muff & skates); and 4 - Mimi Kristina "All Dressed Up" (black hair; purple dress with a pink sash; holding a green present).  The four figures released in 1995 were 5 - Mimi Christina as "Angel" (with golden wings & trumpet); 6 - Kimberly Katherine as "Santa's Helper" (red hair & dress; white pinafore with a teddy bear in the pocket; green shoes and hat); 7 - Abigail Lynn as the "Toy Soldier" (black hair; red dress; blue hat and boots; carrying a red and white striped candy-cane); and 8 - Michelle Elyse as the "Snow Fairy" (in white, with a white star in her hand).
US$1 each; US$2.50 MIP
The set, loose - US$4.50

Flintstones:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Five items: Barney in fossil fill-up; Betty & Bamm-bamm in RocDonald's; Fred in the Bedrock Bowl-a-rama; Wilma in the Flintstone home; Pebbles & Dino in Toys-S-Aurus.  US$1.50 each; US$3.50 MIP
 
 
 

Fridge magnets: Seven magnets released in two series in 1994 and 1995 - first series: Ronald waving/blue back; Grimace waving/blue back; Birdie waving/blue back; second series: Ronald playing the drums; Hamburglar playing the guitar; Grimace singing; Birdie at the keyboard.
US$3.50 each

Hot wheels:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Eleven cars, issued in two series in 1994 and 1996, from several long series issued in the US.  Purchasers of Happy Meals got the choice of a Hot Wheels car or a Barbie doll; girls were assumed to be interested in the Barbies and boys in the cars.  The 1994 set comprised eight cars: 1 - Quaker State Racer (green); 2 - Mcdonald's Funny Car (red & white, with a large M on the bonnet); 3 - Mcdonald's Dragster (red with stabiliser at back); 4 - McDonald's Thunderbird No.27 (red); 5 - Hot Wheels Camaro (blue); 6 - Duracell Racer (orange); 7 - Hot Wheels Racer (yellow & black with yellow stabiliser at back); and 8 - Hot Wheels Funny Car (white & red, labelled "Hot Wheels").  The three cars in the 1996 set were: 9 - Flame Stamp Vehicle (blue with orange flames); 10 - Crackle Car (green); and 11 - Hot Hubs (orange).
Duracell Racer, Crackle Car and Hot Wheels Camaro - US$2.50 each; US$3.50 MIP
The others US$1.50 each; US$2.50 MIP

McDonaldland Village:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.This set, originally released in Japan in 1994, comprised four buildings: a fire station with Fry Guys inside in red fire engine; a McDonald's restaurant with Ronald inside in red shoe car; a fruit shop with Birdie inside in a blue truck; and a railway station with Grimace inside in a green train.
US$2 each; US$6+ MIP

Out For Fun:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Two items - Ronald's balloon ball and bubble shoe wand

Shoe wand US$3.50
Bubble ball US$7.50+
 
 
 
 

Snoopy & Friends:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Four soft toys, often incomplete: Charlie Brown with a Santa hat; Lucy with a muff; Woodstock with a Xmas hat; and Snoopy with a scarf.  This set was also released in Japan (as "Peanuts Soft Toys") in 1993.
US$3.50 each; US$4.50+ MIP
 

Spooky McNugget Buddies:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Five figures (there was an extra piece in the set released in the US: McBoo McNugget, a white ghost) - McNuggula, Monster, Mummie, Pumpkin and Witchie.  US$3.50 each; US$5+ MIP
 

Tiny Toons activity books:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.colouring book, activity book, magic book and trace and colour book.

Trace & colour book US$4.50

The others: US$2 each 
 
 
 

Tonka trucks:
click here for larger photo, then click back on your browser to return here.Eight vehicles, four released in 1994 - red fire engine, orange cement mixer, yellow dump truck, and yellow front-end loader - and four released in 1996 - yellow bulldozer, green crane, orange front-end loader, yellow grader.  Apart from U-3 toys, the only additional toy in the US set (also released in 1994) was a blue back-hoe.  It's identical to the green crane, only there's a backwards-facing shovel in place of the hook at the end of the crane.
Fire engine (complete with two ladder extensions) US$5, US$7.50+ MIP
Cement mixer, dump truck and yellow front-end loader US$2.50 each, US$5+ MIP
Bulldozer, crane, orange front-end loader and grader - US$1.50 each, US$2.50 MIP
 
 
 

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PRICES: are expressed in US dollars.
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