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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Russ Wallace Berrie Oily Jigglers Collection

Hey, check out these cool little oily rubber guys circa made by Russ & Wallace Berrie.
This picture was sent to me by Erik Sheets, he collects these rubbery guys. With names like Sarge , Hopeless, and Squiry Wormy these oily little suckers can grow on you if you look at them long enough.

Erik says, "These guys were made of an oily rubber from 1965 - 1971. They are about 3 to 4 inches high, not so little! " Erik is missing a bunch for his collection so if you have any for sale or come across any please drop him a line here.    Have you seen them?  Did you have them as a kid? Leave a comment and tell us all about it!

If you have a collection of cool plastics you'd like to share with our readers, contact me! 

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  17. had the golden humpty dumpty figure as a kid. i think his arm ripped off and like most toys from the 60's and 70's, ended up being tossed out! can't believe these oily, rubber figures survived all these years. still see them for sale on ebay, very expensive.

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