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PostSubject: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Sat Mar 15, 2014 11:29 pm

I've noticed that some of you are interested in the Albert Heijn WWF animal series. They made special WWF desserts with in every dessert one animal figurine. It's a pity they stopped doing this; it's quite a while ago they made these series, but I still love them. I have lots of them myself but I'm still not done collecting them!  cheers

So I just found a website with (all?) the booklets of the series on it and wanted to share them with you! Here are the booklets:

Random series 1 - 2000
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Including: brown bear, giant panda, elephant, tiger, gorilla, parrot, (sea) turtle, rhinoceros

Random series 2 - 2001
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Including: wolf, shark, kangaroo, red panda, crocodile, leopard, penguin, walrus

Random series 3 - 2001
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Including: bison, cobra, dolphin, giraffe, octopus, toucan, warthog, zebra

Australian Desert series - 2002
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Including: thorny dragon, dingo, emu, laughing kookaburra, perentie, kangaroo, koala, rose-breasted Cockatoo

Random series 4 - 2002
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Including: beaver, polar bear, lion, killer whale, koala, orangutan, hippopotamus, osprey

Holland's 'Jungle' series - 2003
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Including: stork, beaver, barn owl, frog, red fox, roe deer, wild boar, seal

Indonesia's Jungle series - 2003
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Including: Asian black bear, orangutan, Asian elephant, mouse-deer, white-handed gibbon, bat, hornbill, proboscis monkey

Extinct Animals series - 2004
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Including: dodo, thylacine, mammoth, quagga, Steller's sea cow, brachiosaurus, stegosaurus, tyrannosaurus

Arctic Animals series - 2004
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Including: beluga, snowy owl, polar bear, polar hare, wandering albatross, elephant seal, whale, penguin

African Animals series - 2005
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Including: lion, ostrich, giraffe, gorilla, African buffalo, flamingo, mandrill, scorpion

I think these are all the series: I can't find anymore. I hope this is interesting for you guys ^^

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Sun Mar 16, 2014 12:08 am

Thanks Julie, that's an excelent and very interesting contribution! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Sun Mar 16, 2014 12:09 pm

Thank you, this is very interesting. I will add a few more in my search list:)

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Mon Mar 17, 2014 5:16 pm

Thanks for your comments! I still love these figurines and I think it's a pity they stopped this series. I would love to see it continue.

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Mon Mar 17, 2014 6:57 pm

That would be great!

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:27 pm

Here are my sets Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:33 pm

Nice collection, Susanne! cheers I shall make some new photographs of my own Albert Heijn WWF figurines (I'm still waiting for 11 new ones) and than I'll look which doubles I have. My collection isn't complete yet, so maybe we can trade some Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:44 pm

Is that a quagga? I love you Love it! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:14 pm

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Is that a quagga? ❤Love it! Very Happy

Yes, the horse-like figurine in Susanne's last series is a quagga. It's a very nice model ^^ I also really like the thylacine, but unfortunately I don't have that one myself.

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:19 pm

If you have any for trade please let me know:)

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:54 pm

Do you sell ore trade them?
I'm still missing some of the animals in my collection and i would love to have them compleet! :)

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:27 pm

They are wonderful Susanne!

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:46 pm

I'll try to look at them tomorrow to let you know which are my doubles. I'm still waiting for some new animals, which I ordered last Sunday. They should have been there last Thursday our today, but unfortunately I still don't have them. If I have them, I'll also let you know my wishlist: I still need some animals to complete my collection as well!

The stupid thing is that I let them sent to my own house because I expected them to arrive Thursday/today, but they didn't. Now I travelled to my mother's house and I'll probably be here for a while, so it will take some longer before I can see them. But I'll ask my housemate to open the packet and take pictures of the animals so I can see if it are the right ones xD Long story. I just have to wait a little longer Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 02, 2014 11:43 am

Look what I just found out! cheers As I already thought, the lion in the 2005 African Animals series is indeed different from the older lion from the 2002 Random series! Very Happy

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While this is the later lion (2005)(not my picture either):
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The posture is quite the same, but what really strikes, are the ears; the old lion has brown ears, the same colour as his manes, while the later lion has yellow ears (the same colour as his coat)! Besides they look a bit different, especially in their face and on top of their heads. Fortunately I already found a later lion online, so I hope I can buy it from the seller!

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 02, 2014 12:58 pm

Love the Hollandes Jungle-animals Surprised sunny 

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Fri Apr 04, 2014 1:55 pm

Okay I'm not making it easy for myself.. Looks like I found another animal they used in more than one series but which are different models.. I thought I figured everything out by now, but alas.. This time it's the orangutan. They used it in the fourth Random series (2002) and later in the Indonesian series (2003). Here are their pictures, coming from the leaflets from both series:

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As you can see, the later orangutan (biggest picture) is one solid figurine, while the older orangutan has a hole between its body and arm. Unfortunately I've never seen this model besides on the leaflet, so I have no idea if there are any other differences. If someone has the older model, please show me!

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Sat Apr 05, 2014 12:50 pm

It is great that you're researching ahrdly about these figures and sharing the information with us. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Fri Apr 03, 2015 5:09 pm

Guys, I need your help!!

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Is this a King penguin or an Emperor penguin??

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Thu Apr 09, 2015 7:54 pm

Julie, seeing again your question, now from my pc and not from my mobile. :)
Emperor and King penguins are not easy to identify in toy shape. Companies seem to not care too much about their differences and they often mix their features. Seeing how bright colored this figure is, I am tempted in thinking that it is based in a king penguin, though, the ear patch shape, opened to the chest area, looks much more like an Emperor. Also, the bill seems relatively short, Emperors have shorter bills than Kings and the difference is noticiable. This is the figure I usually call just a penguin. I know it is already in TAI as a king penguin but that's not a problem. You can see there also the famous Schleich chicks that are, without doubts, emperors, other very ambiguous, specially the SOL90 penguin, you can see that even paws are wrong colored. One of the Schleich adultes is quite acceptable and the Colorata is the only that doesn't show any kind of ambiguousity, it is a perfect king! king

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:18 pm

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Julie, seeing again your question, now from my pc and not from my mobile. :)
Emperor and King penguins are not easy to identify in toy shape. Companies seem to not care too much about their differences and they often mix their features. Seeing how bright colored this figure is, I am tempted in thinking that it is based in a king penguin, though, the ear patch shape, opened to the chest area, looks much more like an Emperor. Also, the bill seems relatively short, Emperors have shorter bills than Kings and the difference is noticiable. This is the figure I usually call just a penguin. I know it is already in TAI as a king penguin but that's not a problem. You can see there also the famous Schleich chicks that are, without doubts, emperors, other very ambiguous, specially the SOL90 penguin, you can see that even paws are wrong colored. One of the Schleich adultes is quite acceptable and the Colorata is the only that doesn't show any kind of ambiguousity, it is a perfect king! king

Roger, thanks again for your professional insight - I'm always delighted to read your knowledge! cheers

Such a shame that models from companies such as Schleich lack the details to clearly identify a particular (sub)species. I think Japanese brands (such as Colorata) did a very good job on this Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Mon Apr 13, 2015 8:05 am

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Okay I'm not making it easy for myself.. Looks like I found another animal they used in more than one series but which are different models.. I thought I figured everything out by now, but alas.. This time it's the orangutan. They used it in the fourth Random series (2002) and later in the Indonesian series (2003). Here are their pictures, coming from the leaflets from both series:

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As you can see, the later orangutan (biggest picture) is one solid figurine, while the older orangutan has a hole between its body and arm. Unfortunately I've never seen this model besides on the leaflet, so I have no idea if there are any other differences. If someone has the older model, please show me!

I have no better pic now but maybe it helps Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Mon Apr 13, 2015 6:32 pm

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Okay I'm not making it easy for myself.. Looks like I found another animal they used in more than one series but which are different models.. I thought I figured everything out by now, but alas.. This time it's the orangutan. They used it in the fourth Random series (2002) and later in the Indonesian series (2003). Here are their pictures, coming from the leaflets from both series:

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As you can see, the later orangutan (biggest picture) is one solid figurine, while the older orangutan has a hole between its body and arm. Unfortunately I've never seen this model besides on the leaflet, so I have no idea if there are any other differences. If someone has the older model, please show me!

I have no better pic now but maybe it helps  Very Happy

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Thank you, Christophe Very Happy I have this figure myself as well. The problem is just that this orangutan is in two series of the Albert Heijn animals. On the leaflet you can see two different models (as can be seen on the small pictures in my earlier reply), yet I haven't found the old figurine (the one with the gap between his arm and body) anywhere :\

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 1:48 am

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Julie, seeing again your question, now from my pc and not from my mobile. :)
Emperor and King penguins are not easy to identify in toy shape. Companies seem to not care too much about their differences and they often mix their features. Seeing how bright colored this figure is, I am tempted in thinking that it is based in a king penguin, though, the ear patch shape, opened to the chest area, looks much more like an Emperor. Also, the bill seems relatively short, Emperors have shorter bills than Kings and the difference is noticiable. This is the figure I usually call just a penguin. I know it is already in TAI as a king penguin but that's not a problem. You can see there also the famous Schleich chicks that are, without doubts, emperors, other very ambiguous, specially the SOL90 penguin, you can see that even paws are wrong colored. One of the Schleich adultes is quite acceptable and the Colorata is the only that doesn't show any kind of ambiguousity, it is a perfect king! king

Roger, thanks again for your professional insight - I'm always delighted to read your knowledge! cheers

Such a shame that models from companies such as Schleich lack the details to clearly identify a particular (sub)species. I think Japanese brands (such as Colorata) did a very good job on this Wink

Laughing Thanks Julie for your very kind words but no professional insight here. Very Happy
Colorata is quite accurate scientifically, it seems it is one of their goals. Schleich is more children oriented, so figures, although nicely painted, not always follow the correct features that identify a certain species. Schleich figures have other advantages, always richer texture, a certain toy charm and are easily accessible. Colorata goes more towards my taste but fortunately we can find many very decent Schleich too. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 3:10 pm

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Julie, seeing again your question, now from my pc and not from my mobile. :)
Emperor and King penguins are not easy to identify in toy shape. Companies seem to not care too much about their differences and they often mix their features. Seeing how bright colored this figure is, I am tempted in thinking that it is based in a king penguin, though, the ear patch shape, opened to the chest area, looks much more like an Emperor. Also, the bill seems relatively short, Emperors have shorter bills than Kings and the difference is noticiable. This is the figure I usually call just a penguin. I know it is already in TAI as a king penguin but that's not a problem. You can see there also the famous Schleich chicks that are, without doubts, emperors, other very ambiguous, specially the SOL90 penguin, you can see that even paws are wrong colored. One of the Schleich adultes is quite acceptable and the Colorata is the only that doesn't show any kind of ambiguousity, it is a perfect king! king

Roger, thanks again for your professional insight - I'm always delighted to read your knowledge! cheers

Such a shame that models from companies such as Schleich lack the details to clearly identify a particular (sub)species. I think Japanese brands (such as Colorata) did a very good job on this Wink

Laughing Thanks Julie for your very kind words but no professional insight here. Very Happy
Colorata is quite accurate scientifically, it seems it is one of their goals. Schleich is more children oriented, so figures, although nicely painted, not always follow the correct features that identify a certain species.  Schleich figures have other advantages, always richer texture, a certain toy charm and are easily accessible. Colorata goes more towards my taste but fortunately we can find many very decent Schleich too. Very Happy

I totally agree Very Happy Schleich-S are great for their texture and so much fun for children (and collectors, of course cheers), yet I really like the details of (sub)species with the Japanese brands. It makes it quite difficult for me to collect, because I do like the charm of the Schleich-S, but I like the details of the Japanese brands as well, which makes me want everything drunken Razz

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 6:44 pm

I see some of these figures so often for sale at fleamarkets. I have all bears ofcourse.
But are the two polarbears from Random series 4 - 2002 and Arctic Animals series - 2004 the same?

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:13 pm

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But are the two polarbears from Random series 4 - 2002 and Arctic Animals series - 2004 the same?

Yes, here in the Netherlands you see them quite often indeed Wink

No, the two polar bears from the two different series are not the same. The one from the Random Series (2002) is completely white with only black eyes, while the polar bear from the Arctic Series (2004) has a black nose and black claws as well.

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:49 pm

Thank you.
So i just have the first one.
Oh well, on with looking for the other one.

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:53 pm

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Thank you.
So i just have the first one.
Oh well, on with looking for the other one.

You're welcome!
I might have some doubles of it, but I'm not sure. But they're pretty easy to get if you look around in thrift stores or at flea markets, so I'm pretty sure you'll find it in no time Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:55 pm

can you imagine how many times i have left it, because i thought i already had it.

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:57 pm

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can you imagine how many times i have left it, because i thought i already had it.

Haha yes I can, I had exactly the same with this and some other models (for instance the koala and the kangaroo). But after some research I found some differences by some models, so now I have them all.

Good luck with getting the second polar bear!

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:08 pm

I almost got them all .. i only need the snow hare... ore ''white rabbit''
Can somebody help me please ?!

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:42 pm

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I almost got them all .. i only need the snow hare... ore ''white rabbit''
Can somebody help me please ?!

Congrats

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PostSubject: Re: Albert Heijn WWF Animal Series   Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:59 pm

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I almost got them all .. i only need the snow hare... ore ''white rabbit''
Can somebody help me please ?!

Oh gosh, I feel awful, because I promised you to send you the ones you missed Embarassed My head is such a mess, sometimes! If I remember, I'll take a look for a double snow hare this weekend. If I have a double one, I'll send it to you for free!

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