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Mr Blobby Erasers

Eraser Set
1992 (manufactured)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Packaging of clear cellophane with a colour printed card top stapled on, containing two white rubber erasers with an image of the head, shoulders and outstretched arms of Mr Blobby on one side of each. The erasers are circular with side pieces shaped to the fingers.
The card is folded over coloured red and orange with the same illustration on both sides - Mr Blobby written in balloon writing with his head and hand holding a giant pencil.

Object details

Categories
Object type
TitleMr Blobby Erasers (manufacturer's title)
Materials and techniques
Heat sealed cellophane and colour printed card packaging with rubber contents
Brief description
Unopened packaged set of two "Mr Blobby" erasers probably made in the Far East, imported by PMS and licensed by BBC Enterprises in 1992
Physical description
Packaging of clear cellophane with a colour printed card top stapled on, containing two white rubber erasers with an image of the head, shoulders and outstretched arms of Mr Blobby on one side of each. The erasers are circular with side pieces shaped to the fingers.
The card is folded over coloured red and orange with the same illustration on both sides - Mr Blobby written in balloon writing with his head and hand holding a giant pencil.
Dimensions
  • Height: 14cm
  • Width: 14.6cm
Production typeMass produced
Marks and inscriptions
Mr Blobby™ and ©BBC 1992 / Licensed by BBC Enterprises Limited (On both sides of the card top; printing)
Credit line
Given by Tessa Chester and Noreen Marshall
Production
Reason For Production: Retail
Collection
Accession number
B.204-1999

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Record createdSeptember 27, 1999
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