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(14) Different Colorful Dr. Seuss Cartoon & Movie Character Items
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The picture below shows a larger view of all (14) Different Colorful Dr. Seuss Cartoon & Movie Character Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot of a variety of items from many sources. The largest item (by far here) is a “How The Grinch That Stole Christmas” ©2000 Kelloggs cereal, Universal Studios, & Target Corporation advertising Fun Pack. This cardboard panel was once shrunk wrapped to two large boxes of cereal, Corn Pops & Frosted Flakes. It was promoting and advertising the Grinch movie at Target stores. Besides advertising, the “Fun Pack” has a few puzzles to do, and it also has a special offer of a Grinch Cereal bowl. One puzzle is a word search for a list of weird Dr. Seuss words. Another is to find hidden cereal bowls and spoons. The back side is blank. There is a vertical center cease where the large panel was folded over.

Next is a ©1992 Canadian O-Pee-Chee Comapny Wacky Packages card It has a Dr. Seuss Book cover. The card has a puzzle section on the back and the front book reads:


There is a “How The Grinch That Stole Christmas” Movie Promotional non sports trading card #P1. It has information about the movie and a picture on each side of Jim Carey as the Grinch.

There are (4) different Dr. Seuss character plastic advertising gift cards. These all appear to be unused. We have not checked to see if any of these have any credit on them. Please assume that they do not have anything on them. If they do then that will be your good fortune. We are not offering them with any credit. One of these is for Barnes & Noble Book Stores, and the other three are for Borders Books, Music, and Movies stores. The years that these are from are unknown.

There is a Boxed ©1999 “Horton Hears A Who!” card game. The box is shown in the picture but not the cards. The cards have characters, and scenes from the great animated Dr. Seuss movie. The card deck appears to be complete and the cards are all mint.

There is a colorful Hallmark Cards gift bag with cord handles that features characters from “The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss”, and starring The Cat In The Hat. It does not appear to have been used. There is no date.

There is an empty Reese’s Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Miniatures advertising bag. Someone had saved it to order the “How The Grinch That Stole Christmas” Movie Promotional candy dish that is advertised on it. In fact they probably did because the order form is gone. The offer expired in February 2001.

Another advertisement is for a “How The Grinch That Stole Christmas” Movie Promotional wrist watch. This offer for a watch was from Heinz Tomato Ketchup, and Oreida French Fries. Unfortunately this order form was also cut out and used. This offer expired in February of 2002.

Next is a ©2002 Lenox advertising flier for a “How The Grinch That Stole Christmas” character ornament with the Grinch and his (reindeer) dog. It is advertised as the first Dr. Seuss ornament by Lenox. It pictures the hand painted ornament, describes it in detail, and it has the order form on the back.

The final thing in this lot is an unused strip of two Dr Seuss character children’s stickers. We believe that these came from a dentist or a doctor for a child. One is marked “AWESOME!” and the other “NEAT-O”.

All fourteen of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the large “Fun Pack” sheet measures about 23-1/4'' x 17-1/4''. These items appear to vary or range from good all the way to mint condition as pictured.

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(14) Different Colorful Dr. Seuss Cartoon & Movie Character Items

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