More Hanna-Barbera collectibles, at least to start!
Here's a set of Flintstones figures that are obviously bootleg items -- look at the size of Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm compared to the others, as well as the really bad card art!!!
This frame-tray puzzle must've been made while Charlton had the Hanna-Barbera licenses, given the Ray Dirgo signature!
This one looks like it was from 1960s.
Big Game Hunt Game!
This Flintstones Shooting Gallery is so disturbing in more ways than one -- first, the very modern-looking gun, right? But even moreso, Pebbles shooting Fred!
Imperial Toys Flintstones figures!
1963 Puzzle original art!
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear poster!
Huckleberry Hound Magic Slate from 1979!
Vintage Huckleberry Hound frame-tray puzzles!
Huckleberry Hound Japanese game!
Huck Mini-Card Game!
Huck Roll-A-Ball Game!
Huck Hound Western Game!
Silly Sun Pix, whatever those are!
Jetsons Fun Pad Game!
Jetsons Japanese Books!
Jonny Quest Book and Record Sets From Japan!
Lucnbox, with Goober and the Ghost Chasers on one side, and Inch High Private Eye on the other!
Another Charlton-era item is this coloring book, published by Charlton!
Scooby Doo and the Flintstones Pencil By Numbers!
And we'll wrap things up with these Hanna-Barbera Pencil Toppers, but there'll be more HB madness next time around!