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The Blow Mold Expert

Poloron 46" Wiseman Variations?

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So bit of a post here because no one seems to acknowledge this, the Poloron 46" wiseman appears to have had 3 variations.  The first and most common is on Blow-Molded.com and most commonly seen. The second was listed in the 1979 Sears (R.I.P.) wishbook and had a dark green robe.  The third appears to have been a yellow/orange.  The first and most common is pictured in image 1 (middle beside shepherd) the one with the dark green robe is in image 2 and the one with the orange robe is the third image. I originally thought this was a repaint but where the paint is peeling nothing is underneath.  

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