It To Beaver Collectible Magazines, Trinkets

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Beaver Dolls: Actually, these are just regular stuff animals tacked on with some promotion of a Leave It To Beaver theme. This is a beaver animal wearing a blue cap with a “B” on it, attached with a pin of Beaver and Wally. The tag says “Heartline” and the other says 1988 Universal Studios. Figure is 8-1/2 inches high. There’s an entire set of the family, but it includes a sister doll, which doesn’t make such sense.

Another Beaver Doll: Don’t have a pic of this one. It’s a high quality plush beaver wearing a maroon jacket, white shirt, and print tie. Made in 1983 by Graphics International, Inc., it is licensed by Universal Studios. It has a television shaped hang tag that has a picture of Beaver and Dad…sharing a moment. Inside the tag…it says the following…”Here’s Dad. His name is Ward Cleaver. He’s a great guy for advice and junk, and hardly ever yells unless I do something really dumb. He’s just about the swellest dad a kid could have. The Beav” The plush Beaver sits 9″ tall.

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Refrigerator Magnets and Mousepads: You can purchase these magnets right now for $3 each at FridgeDoor, as well as magnets from other popular TV programs as well. The same image has been applied to mousepads as well.

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Thimble — undated (probably 80’s) with title of the show and a drawing of Beaver in a cap. This is part of an entire thimble series of other TV shows, characters, and movies. I’ve seen over 100 thimbles of this type.

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Salt and Pepper Shakers, These are rare ceramic shakers haped like a television set, were only available through a television station promotion several years ago. They were never released to the public. They have small holes in the top for dispensing salt and pepper and a small plastic plug on the bottom for filling. They measure approximately 2.25″(H) x 2.50″(W) x 1.50″(D)

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Mouse Pad

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Christmas Ordainment

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Singing birthday card

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Beaver on a poker chip, of all things.