Hi again! Just some more babbling then I'll leave you all alone!
Hope everyone's having a nice day!
Kinder toys released in the 1980's tend not to have a code number on them, which makes it very difficult to know what year they are from. However, fear not! There is a catalogue out that lists every Kinder toy released from the beginning to now. I just bought myself a copy, set me back about £20. Yes, really. Worth it for over 1500 full colour pages though.
A couple of weeks ago I received an e-mail from someone saying that they had cleaned out their attic and found some of their old Kinder toys. They had e-mailed me to ask if I wanted them , they only wanted the cost of postage. Obviously I was wary about being ripped off but as a few e-mails later I discovered postage was only going to cost me £3, I doubted they were going to scam me!
I received the toys today, inside a shortbread tin, of all things! They are from the late 80's, early 90's, so they're pretty rare but I'd never sell them.
Guess a little trust can go a long way!