- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
- Perhaps it tells on the page you give the link to, but unfortunately I don't understand the language
I translate the text for you:
"Thanks to an exchange with a collector I was able to complete finally this animal collection that I show here. I'm interested in them overall because it's a Chupa Chups brand promotion. I don't know the exact year, as they only have stamped the logo of this maker and the words Barcelona - Spain, and I didn't found info on Internet regarding this. As you can see, they are a fish, a frog, a species of lizard or newt, a mantis and a tarantula. While the three first are formed by two halves, the two latter are formed by a single piece."
And below, in the comments:
"Are you sure that the mantis is complete?
Trustworthy not. What it happens is that who sold me it, a person that also collect them, ensured me that the mantis is done in this way, and that the posterior part doesn't exist. But I find it strange..."
I also find very surprising that the most popular candy of my childhood, the so famous Chupa Chups, have their logo designed by nothing less than one of the most important and renowned Spanish artist of the history!
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