Theory on the F-4300, F-4400 Oriental figures

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Re: Theory on the F-4300, F-4400 Oriental figures

Post by edteach » Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:19 pm

this one is Kuan Yin. I visited China town in SF a year ago and wanted a happy fats Buddha in jade for a souvenir. the lady kept trying to sell me this one and I asked what it was. She said it was Kuan Yin god of infinite mercy. She sits on a lotus. I have one of the happy fats marked Cracker Jack Hoki God of childish mischief. The marked and unmarked are exact but for the back ejection pads for the mold are a bit different, so they came from different dies. I posted a question about this marked and unmarked prizes. Did they come from or for CJ or did they go to other vendors?
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Re: Theory on the F-4300, F-4400 Oriental figures

Post by Jeffrey Maxwell » Thu Oct 25, 2018 3:31 pm

Not really looking to revive this thread, but I know browsers will read it from time to time. I have just received a Canadian version of the Hoki god and thought I might leave a link to the post I made about it with comparisons to USA prizes I have.

"Plastic Canadian Cracker Jack Prizes"
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1195&p=7577&hilit=hoki#p7577

Happy Collecting!
Jeffrey Maxwell

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