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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Mar 03, 2016 10:39 pm

I have a few: the Bowhead Whale, the Sperme Whale, the Blue Whale and the black-and-white salamander (don't remember the nam, I will have to check my toy). The whales were released Under the name "National Geographics". It's the proof that National Geographics really used Playvisions models.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Mar 03, 2016 11:52 pm

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I have a few: the Bowhead Whale, the Sperme Whale, the Blue Whale and the black-and-white salamander (don't remember the nam, I will have to check my toy). The whales were released Under the name "National Geographics". It's the proof that National Geographics really used Playvisions models.

That is interesting. Sorry for weird question but that is the only way we have to know if these figures were used in more than one set or bulk.
Could you please check these numbers for me?
blue whale is number 4, bowhead whale is number 5, sperm whale is not marked with a number and probably your salamander is number 4.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Fri Mar 04, 2016 11:13 pm

This is not a weird question. I noted the numbers and I will check when I'm home (I use the computers of the Library). I will tell you if the numbers of the whales fit with the original Playvisions use of the molds.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 05, 2016 1:04 am

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This is not a weird question. I noted the numbers and I will check when I'm home (I use the computers of the Library). I will tell you if the numbers of the whales fit with the original Playvisions use of the molds.

Thanks in advance! Just take all the time you need and... by the way... it is nice to see you again more active on forum. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 05, 2016 2:18 pm

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I actually have a few to share! It's not really a group I tend to collect...at all. But I have some! Who knew?
Play Visions Gir Forest Gaur
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Sean, even among what you do not tend to collect, we always find some really rare figures in your collection. The PV gaur together with the Yowies figure are not even listed on TAI. Shocked
More interesting, and despite PV TAI section seems to be already the most complete online source to the company, we haven't listed yet the Gir Forest set. We have, with some doubts, listed a gaur in Chitwan National Park set but no picture yet to confirm if it is the same of your gaur. What do you know about these two sets, Sean? :)

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PostSubject: Play Visions Gir Forest   Sat Mar 05, 2016 2:58 pm

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I actually have a few to share! It's not really a group I tend to collect...at all. But I have some! Who knew?
Play Visions Gir Forest Gaur

Sean, even among what you do not tend to collect, we always find some really rare figures in your collection. The PV gaur together with the Yowies figure are not even listed on TAI. Shocked
More interesting, and despite PV TAI section seems to be already the most complete online source to the company, we haven't listed yet the Gir Forest set. We have, with some doubts, listed a gaur in Chitwan National Park set but no picture yet to confirm if it is the same of your gaur. What do you know about these two sets, Sean? :)

I bought some of the Gir Forest set sooooo long ago (~2001). The figures I remember getting being the Gaur, a chital deer, a tiger, an orangutan and a (not very good) jackal. It was, however, a set of 8, probably a gharial and some other reptiles (I was collecting differently back then, so I didn't get a full set). I imagine the set was mostly similar to the Chitwan set.

Unfortunately, I only have the gaur and jackal photographed; the others were let go long ago.

This is the jackal. It is not impressive.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 05, 2016 5:33 pm

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I actually have a few to share! It's not really a group I tend to collect...at all. But I have some! Who knew?
Play Visions Gir Forest Gaur

Sean, even among what you do not tend to collect, we always find some really rare figures in your collection. The PV gaur together with the Yowies figure are not even listed on TAI. Shocked
More interesting, and despite PV TAI section seems to be already the most complete online source to the company, we haven't listed yet the Gir Forest set. We have, with some doubts, listed a gaur in Chitwan National Park set but no picture yet to confirm if it is the same of your gaur. What do you know about these two sets, Sean? :)

I bought some of the Gir Forest set sooooo long ago (~2001). The figures I remember getting being the Gaur, a chital deer, a tiger, an orangutan and a (not very good) jackal. It was, however, a set of 8, probably a gharial and some other reptiles (I was collecting differently back then, so I didn't get a full set). I imagine the set was mostly similar to the Chitwan set.

Unfortunately, I only have the gaur and jackal photographed; the others were let go long ago.

This is the jackal. It is not impressive.
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Sean, I moved the conversation to this topic. It is always very interesting what you have to share. Very Happy
I added both pictures on TAI and although the jackal is not as impressive as the gaur is, I am impressed of seeing that PV never stops surprising me. Shocked
Do you still have these figures? If you do and if it is not hard for you to find them, it would be great to know year and numbers marked on them. I suspect the jackal is a golden jackal that goes very well to a Gir Forest set. Now we have two National Park sets very similar to complete at the Wiki. It is incredible that we cannot find anything using the web.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 05, 2016 8:59 pm

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This is not a weird question. I noted the numbers and I will check when I'm home (I use the computers of the Library). I will tell you if the numbers of the whales fit with the original Playvisions use of the molds.

Thanks in advance! Just take all the time you need and... by the way... it is nice to see you again more active on forum. Very Happy

Thank you!
This morning, Ichecked my Playvisions animals: you were right. Bowhead Whale is marked "5", Blue Whale and Marbled Salamander are marked "4", while Sperm Whale (for some reason) has no number on it. And despite the fact my PlayVisions whales were carded as 2National Geographics", the label "PV" is visible underneath them.
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PostSubject: Play visions   Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:20 pm

Rogerio, I am almost certain that these are both the same set. It is Chitwan not Gir. PV would never release two different sets of Indian wildlife. Perhaps this golden jackal was the only one and there was never a dhole at all. Andreas sent me a photo of the set and it consisted of the elephant, deer, tiger, false gharial, langur, gaur, rhino and jackal. The orangutan does not live in India and was only part of the PV rainforest set. This I am 99% sure of.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:28 pm

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Anyway, here are my "National Geographics-PlayVisions" whales and their card.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:36 pm

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Rogerio, I am almost certain that these are both the same set. It is Chitwan not Gir. PV would never release two different sets of Indian wildlife. Perhaps this golden jackal was the only one and there was never a dhole at all. Andreas sent me a photo of the set and it consisted of the elephant, deer, tiger, false gharial, langur, gaur, rhino and jackal. The orangutan does not live in India and was only part of the PV rainforest set. This I am 99% sure of.

When I bought the set it was called the Gir Forest set, in ~2000/2001 at realcooltoys.com (which is now closed). They might have named it wrong, but it was called that in the Play Visions catalog, and that is the name I always had it in. The real question could be, that since most of the 'Chitwan' set is a TAI mystery--how do we know it is a "Chitwan' set to begin with? There are only two photos on the TAI, and one is my gaur! Feel free to use the jackal one as well!

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I think I may have gotten mixed up with what came with--but now that you say it, I remember a rhino and elephant (I doubt I had either). But now I am not sure about where the Orangutan came from. I don't have that anymore either.

And I know for sure that the deer was referred to as a chital deer (same thing as an axis deer).

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 05, 2016 11:10 pm

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This morning, Ichecked my Playvisions animals: you were right. Bowhead Whale is marked "5", Blue Whale and Marbled Salamander are marked "4", while Sperm Whale (for some reason) has no number on it. And despite the fact my PlayVisions whales were carded as 2National Geographics", the label "PV" is visible underneath them.

Thanks a lot, that is very useful and especially these pictures you uploaded, they show that these figures were sold in an endless number of sets. Shocked I haven't read any reference on card relative to Play Visions but, they are marked PV as you mentioned and we can see some National Geographic Society in the only Play Visions catalogue we know. study

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Rogerio, I am almost certain that these are both the same set. It is Chitwan not Gir. PV would never release two different sets of Indian wildlife. Perhaps this golden jackal was the only one and there was never a dhole at all. Andreas sent me a photo of the set and it consisted of the elephant, deer, tiger, false gharial, langur, gaur, rhino and jackal. The orangutan does not live in India and was only part of the PV rainforest set. This I am 99% sure of.

With Play Visions we never know, there are several sets, some with the same thematics, almost the same contents or names. Maybe both existed with a similar content. As you see on bowhead whale's post, whales were sold under National Geographic Society set, there are still other sets with a large figure together with smaller, tubes, blisters, etc. Though, I agree the figure may be the jackal instead of a dhole. :)


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Rogerio, I am almost certain that these are both the same set. It is Chitwan not Gir. PV would never release two different sets of Indian wildlife. Perhaps this golden jackal was the only one and there was never a dhole at all. Andreas sent me a photo of the set and it consisted of the elephant, deer, tiger, false gharial, langur, gaur, rhino and jackal. The orangutan does not live in India and was only part of the PV rainforest set. This I am 99% sure of.

When I bought the set it was called the Gir Forest set, in ~2000/2001 at realcooltoys.com (which is now closed). They might have named it wrong, but it was called that in the Play Visions catalog, and that is the name I always had it in. The real question could be, that since most of the 'Chitwan' set is a TAI mystery--how do we know it is a "Chitwan' set to begin with? There are only two photos on the TAI, and one is my gaur! Feel free to use the jackal one as well!

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I think I may have gotten mixed up with what came with--but now that you say it, I remember a rhino and elephant (I doubt I had either). But now I am not sure about where the Orangutan came from. I don't have that anymore either.

And I know for sure that the deer was referred to as a chital deer (same thing as an axis deer).

We used to call that set Asian Animals set, I believe it was sold under different names and why not both National Park sets with the same animals? Thanks! Very Happy

By the way, I updated the whole first topic with everything as it is listed now on TAI. Rolling Eyes

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 06, 2016 2:04 pm

No dhole??? Shocked cheers Sad cheers affraid Rolling Eyes

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 06, 2016 2:17 pm

hm, this Asian animals matter seems to be very complicate. Maybe the changed the name, when they realized that at least the False Gharial is no Indian animal? Same maybe with the javan(?) rhino.


reminded me I should have placed the picture of the the nudibranch set here, too, not only on TAI:

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I fear there are missing much more pictures here. I will try to update them on the first page during the next days.  Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 06, 2016 2:54 pm

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Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:04 pm

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hm, this Asian animals matter seems to be very complicate. Maybe the changed the name, when they realized that at least the False Gharial is no Indian animal? Same maybe with the javan(?) rhino.

reminded me I should have placed the picture of the the nudibranch set here, too, not only on TAI:

False gharial and Javan rhino don't work to any of these sets, I guess. As I lost some info during the end of last year, I am not sure about which evidences we had that the Javan rhino is not an Indian rhino instead and the false gharial another croc species. A marsh crocodile could work perfectly or even a gharial could be better.
I have made on forum and TAI a common list to the Asian National Park sets, changed the Javan rhino on forum to Indian rhino, though it is untouched on TAI and called the axis deer, chital deer instead although they mean the same.
Beatrice, your work on TAI is being priceless, so it is normal that you can't find time enough to update the topic. That's the reason why I updated the first post myself. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 06, 2016 4:36 pm


Interesting nudibranch set .

very coloured and great variety.

thanks for sharing cheers cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 07, 2016 2:13 am

OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Mar 10, 2016 10:34 pm

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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Mar 10, 2016 11:19 pm

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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.

First I need your permission to use it, then, I need to start editing that section of blister cards to give a good use to it. Though, these card pictures are also very interesting to collectors, they help us to know what we are searching. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 12, 2016 4:39 am

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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.

First I need your permission to use it, then, I need to start editing that section of blister cards to give a good use to it. Though, these card pictures are also very interesting to collectors, they help us to know what we are searching. Very Happy

You certainly have my permission.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Mar 12, 2016 9:49 pm

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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.

First I need your permission to use it, then, I need to start editing that section of blister cards to give a good use to it. Though, these card pictures are also very interesting to collectors, they help us to know what we are searching. Very Happy

You certainly have my permission.

Thanks Vallerie! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:37 pm

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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.

First I need your permission to use it, then, I need to start editing that section of blister cards to give a good use to it. Though, these card pictures are also very interesting to collectors, they help us to know what we are searching. Very Happy

You certainly have my permission.

Thanks Vallerie! Very Happy

The only thing I ask in return is credit for the pictures I provide. You know, something like: curtesy of Valerie Lahaie or thanks to... something like that.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:01 pm

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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.

First I need your permission to use it, then, I need to start editing that section of blister cards to give a good use to it. Though, these card pictures are also very interesting to collectors, they help us to know what we are searching. Very Happy

You certainly have my permission.

Thanks Vallerie! Very Happy

The only thing I ask in return is credit for the pictures I provide. You know, something like: curtesy of Valerie Lahaie or thanks to... something like that.

Surely, Valerie, credits will be given.
I am just trying to open a page to these National Geographic 3 pieces blistercards but I have some doubts.
The card makes reference to 5 blisters (Dolphins, Predators, Reptiles, Sharks and Whales)
Though, I see only 3 pictured and the 3rd is not in that list. I believe those are Predators (grizzly, brown bear and polar bear), Sharks (not sure, great white, hammerhead and what?), and what is called the 3rd? Rainforest? (Boa constrictor, orangutan and red-eyed tree frog). OK, whales we already know (blue whale, bowhead whale and sperm whale).
Could you help please?

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:17 pm

I had one set 20 years ago that had a large tiger shark, plus a plstic tooth necklace. There was also one with a large angel shark plus a couple of small sharks. And I remember Walmart selling predators carded sets of 3 bears, 3 wild cats and 3 wild dogs (and sometimes the paint jobs differed from the 'normal--like a red coyote, or a darker cougar). In other words, there were a lot of variations in what the cards had on them.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:01 pm

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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.

First I need your permission to use it, then, I need to start editing that section of blister cards to give a good use to it. Though, these card pictures are also very interesting to collectors, they help us to know what we are searching. Very Happy

You certainly have my permission.

Thanks Vallerie! Very Happy

The only thing I ask in return is credit for the pictures I provide. You know, something like: curtesy of Valerie Lahaie or thanks to... something like that.

Surely, Valerie, credits will be given.
I am just trying to open a page to these National Geographic 3 pieces blistercards but I have some doubts.
The card makes reference to 5 blisters (Dolphins, Predators, Reptiles, Sharks and Whales)
Though, I see only 3 pictured and the 3rd is not in that list. I believe those are Predators (grizzly, brown bear and polar bear), Sharks (not sure, great white, hammerhead and what?), and what is called the 3rd? Rainforest? (Boa constrictor, orangutan and red-eyed tree frog). OK, whales we already know (blue whale, bowhead whale and sperm whale).
Could you help please?

The Sharks set included Great White, Hammerhead and Tiger Shark, if I remember well.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Mar 13, 2016 10:40 pm


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I had one set 20 years ago that had a large tiger shark, plus a plstic tooth necklace. There was also one with a large angel shark plus a couple of small sharks. And I remember Walmart selling predators carded sets of 3 bears, 3 wild cats and 3 wild dogs (and sometimes the paint jobs differed from the 'normal--like a red coyote, or a darker cougar). In other words, there were a lot of variations in what the cards had on them.

These variations are actually what makes this somewhat redundant work to be interesting. I think that some you mentioned can be seen in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. Though, I can't find these 3-pc blisters there. :) Maybe an Irwin Toy catalogue from 2000 or 2001 could help once they were the distributor of these blisters in Canada as we can see on Valerie's pictures. :)




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OK , I want only to informe that in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] there is a list of figures whose pictures are still missing at Toy Animal Wiki. Maybe you have any of them and may want to contribute to the Wiki. :)

Will you use the pictures of my National Geographics card? Just by curiosity.

First I need your permission to use it, then, I need to start editing that section of blister cards to give a good use to it. Though, these card pictures are also very interesting to collectors, they help us to know what we are searching. Very Happy

You certainly have my permission.

Thanks Vallerie! Very Happy

The only thing I ask in return is credit for the pictures I provide. You know, something like: curtesy of Valerie Lahaie or thanks to... something like that.

Surely, Valerie, credits will be given.
I am just trying to open a page to these National Geographic 3 pieces blistercards but I have some doubts.
The card makes reference to 5 blisters (Dolphins, Predators, Reptiles, Sharks and Whales)
Though, I see only 3 pictured and the 3rd is not in that list. I believe those are Predators (grizzly, brown bear and polar bear), Sharks (not sure, great white, hammerhead and what?), and what is called the 3rd? Rainforest? (Boa constrictor, orangutan and red-eyed tree frog). OK, whales we already know (blue whale, bowhead whale and sperm whale).
Could you help please?

The Sharks set included Great White, Hammerhead and Tiger Shark, if I remember well.

Thanks, page is created [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and as long as more information is known, it will be updated. Credits of your pictures are given, all figures pictured there are from Beatrice's collection. Not necessarily from these sets but besides some painting variations, models are the same.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed Apr 13, 2016 12:21 am

The picture of the Chitwan National Park is known and I found it oportune to share it here.
Apparently these figures were sold also as Gir Forest National Park as Sean informed us.
It confirms the tiger instead of an orangutan but keep two open doubts. The gharial we see seems slightly different from the False gharial with know from Play Visions. However, difference is not enough clear to be sure that it is not the same figure. An Indian gharial makes more sense in this set though.
It is also not possible to be sure of which exact species this Asiatic rhino is. We use to identify it as a Javan rhino but a Indian rhino could work also better here, I guess. It is important also to remember that among bulk figures, common species use to be exclusive to National Park sets as it happens with lion, lioness, tiger, etc.
Nobody in this community seems to own this set what shows it is a rarity, we known only gaur and jackal from Sean's collection, langur is also present in monkey set. monkey
If anyone meanwhile finds it, please share with us. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed May 04, 2016 10:11 pm

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The picture of the Chitwan National Park is known and I found it oportune to share it here.
Apparently these figures were sold also as Gir Forest National Park as Sean informed us.
It confirms the tiger instead of an orangutan but keep two open doubts. The gharial we see seems slightly different from the False gharial with know from Play Visions. However, difference is not enough clear to be sure that it is not the same figure. An Indian gharial makes more sense in this set though.
It is also not possible to be sure of which exact species this Asiatic rhino is. We use to identify it as a Javan rhino but a Indian rhino could work also better here, I guess. It is important also to remember that among bulk figures, common species use to be exclusive to National Park sets as it happens with lion, lioness, tiger, etc.
Nobody in this community seems to own this set what shows it is a rarity, we known only gaur and jackal from Sean's collection, langur is also present in monkey set. monkey
If anyone meanwhile finds it, please share with us. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed May 04, 2016 11:04 pm

Yes, I remember your post Very Happy Your set had the orangutan instead of the tiger.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu May 05, 2016 12:11 am

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I own this set. I have posted it before.

Jack, i checked all your 140 posts and I haven't found it, maybe the picture got lost. Sad The picture I posted is not an official Play Visions picture so it may vary from what PV really offered. Also, all information provided here is listed at the Toy Animal Wiki in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], if you have time and find some inconsistencies, just let us know. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon May 09, 2016 10:28 pm

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I own this set. I have posted it before.

Jack, i checked all your 140 posts and I haven't found it, maybe the picture got lost. Sad The picture I posted is not an official Play Visions picture so it may vary from what PV really offered. Also, all information provided here is listed at the Toy Animal Wiki in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], if you have time and find some inconsistencies, just let us know. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon May 09, 2016 10:51 pm

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I own this set. I have posted it before.

Jack, i checked all your 140 posts and I haven't found it, maybe the picture got lost. Sad The picture I posted is not an official Play Visions picture so it may vary from what PV really offered. Also, all information provided here is listed at the Toy Animal Wiki in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], if you have time and find some inconsistencies, just let us know. Very Happy

The post appears to be gone, but the picture I originally posted of my figures is at the beginning of this thread:

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Blind croc! Rolling Eyes geek I missed it, maybe I thought it was just one of these signature pics. Laughing Thanks once more Jack! Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon May 09, 2016 11:24 pm

But that photo includes a false gharial figure (I just sent one to Beatrice). The figure in the PV stock photo is the true gharial.

I think Play Visions shuffled figures around for different sets.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue May 10, 2016 8:17 am

there are two different paint versions of that gharial, look here:

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interestingly: they are both marked with 1996 - otherwise I would suspect that one version is from the India set, the other from croc set, but it seems that they are just both paint variations from the croc set. Or they didn't change the year on the belly, but that is unlikely, since others like the bat-eared fox have different years when used in different sets.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue May 10, 2016 9:10 am

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there are two different paint versions of that gharial, look here:

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interestingly: they are both marked with 1996 - otherwise I would suspect that one version is from the India set, the other from croc set, but it seems that they are just both paint variations from the croc set. Or they didn't change the year on the belly, but that is unlikely, since others like the bat-eared fox have different years when used in different sets.

Thats interesting :)

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue May 10, 2016 2:45 pm

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interestingly: they are both marked with 1996 - otherwise I would suspect that one version is from the India set, the other from croc set, but it seems that they are just both paint variations from the croc set. Or they didn't change the year on the belly, but that is unlikely, since others like the bat-eared fox have different years when used in different sets.

The snout in the catalog photo is decidedly longer and narrower, though--and lacks any of the dorsal markings seen on the TAI green Tomistoma.

In whcih case--there may be a gavial out there that was not part of the crocodiles set. Or a mould was made, but they didn't use it.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue May 10, 2016 3:00 pm

sometimes the models differ from the catalog pictures, extreme examples are the small celebes macaque or the big orangutan.

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Weird thing, maybe somewhere are some unique models to find, that were only made as a single model for the catalog. Well wouldn't this be a challenge to find these...
maybe the catalog gharial has the same fate?
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue May 10, 2016 3:02 pm

not to mention the standing small grizzly:

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue May 10, 2016 7:09 pm

They definitely improved the standing grizzly before production!

So yeah, they probably just subbed the pre-existing Tomistoma instead of actually making the true gharial.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:05 am

First post updated and with the incredible contributions of all friends, we are only missing these figures:
- Woodboring beetle from Exotic Beetles bulk
- Ring-Tailed Lemur from Lemurs and Prosimiansbulk
- Tiger, Javan rhino and chital from the Asian National Parks
- Some cats and dinosaurs from their respective bulks

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:53 am

Is it possible that the unnumbered guereza from Beatrice is also a figurine of the (unknown) african forest national parc is?

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:03 pm

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Almost for sure, no number, same year, coerent fauna. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:20 pm

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Is it possible that the unnumbered guereza from Beatrice is also a figurine of the (unknown)  african forest national parc is?

Almost for sure, no number, same year, coerent fauna. Very Happy

Than we have 4 figurines. Than it could be that a few secrets exists.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:45 am

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Is it possible that the unnumbered guereza from Beatrice is also a figurine of the (unknown)  african forest national parc is?

Almost for sure, no number, same year, coerent fauna. Very Happy

Than we have 4 figurines. Than it could be that a few secrets exists.

Play Visions was a bin-figure company. They didn't do secret figures, because the figures were in open containers to go through--or, later, in box sets.

Sometimes figures were swapped between sets, or the paint schemese changed, but that was about it.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:24 am

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Is it possible that the unnumbered guereza from Beatrice is also a figurine of the (unknown)  african forest national parc is?

Almost for sure, no number, same year, coerent fauna. Very Happy

Than we have 4 figurines. Than it could be that a few secrets exists.

Play Visions was a bin-figure company. They didn't do secret figures, because the figures were in open containers to go through--or, later, in box sets.

Sometimes figures were swapped between sets, or the paint schemese changed, but that was about it.

I dont mean it like japanese series. But there are 4 not numbered and rare figurines. If they are from a set like other PV figurines so it could be that the set included a few figurines that we dont know because all the other sets include around 8 figurines.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:15 am

Andreas, you're probably right, don't forget the mysterious leopard - painting is rather poor, not as great and intense as usual with PV. But it is a bit bigger, like the guereza, maybe it is from the same set?

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:21 am

It could be from very early sets--like K&M and even Safari, which didn't include the same amounts of information on their earliest small figures.

Although the 1999 is clearly visible...so perhaps it was an outsourced set? That leopard is definitely not up to the expected PV style.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Mar 14, 2017 2:36 pm

Not long time ago, when this topic started, we were terribly confused about how Play Visions were grouped and a big part of the figures we know today were just neglected. The work here developed is such amazing and now I am glad that one of the few doubts that still remains is related with this group of African animal figures just marked 1999. I hope Andreas is right and that it may mean that we still have some more PV figures to find... I am positive too that we may find some more surprises if we keep working together as we have done all these years. Not only regarding PV but also several other brands.
I agree that the 1999 leopard is not consistent in quality but it is consistent in the way it is marked and also in size, I guess. So, it may belong to the same set or just a loose figure of another unknown set. bounce

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Mar 14, 2017 5:25 pm

The style and size of the leopard and the guereza is not so typical PV. But the forest buffalo it is. So it is a secret again :)

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