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Collectible Tintin resin figurine - Oliveira da Figueira - Imaginary Museum Collection,46020 (2022)

€161.16

Collectible Tintin resin figurine - Oliveira da Figueira - Imaginary Museum Collection

The introduction of Oliveira da Figueira's character takes place on board a ship in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Our hero meets him when he is rescued by the ship's crew and Oliveira is another guest. The only Portuguese character in the comic saga is a traveling salesman who sells European products in North Africa.

 

 

 

Characteristics:               

 

Material: hand painted resin

 

Dimensions: 14 x 9 x 25 cm.

 

Year of production; 2022

 

With numbered certificate of authenticity

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    Collectible Tintin resin figurine - Nestor - Imaginary Museum Collection, Moulinsart 46014

    €161.16

    Collectible Tintin resin figurine - Nestor - Imaginary Museum Collection

     

    Collection of numbered resins reproducing the poster of the traveling exhibition Le musée imaginaire de Tintin, inaugurated in 1979. This exhibition collected the most important objects of Tintin's travels: the Arumbaya fetish, Ottokar's scepter, the Unicorn, the mummy of The Seven Crystal Balls, among many others. Walking among these treasures, Tintin is accompanied by his closest friends and co-stars of his adventures. The ninth character of the collection is Nestor, the helpful butler of the castle of Moulinsart, whose first appearance takes place in The Secret of the Unicorn. Once Professor Calculus and Haddock move to live in the palace, Nestor works for them.

    Characteristics:

    Material: resin with matte finish

    Edition: numbered with certificate of authenticity

    Production year: 2020

    Figurine measures: 25 cm (height)

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      Tintin resin figurine - The Maharaja and his Son - Col. Imaginary Museum, 46019 (2023)

      €260.33

      Tintin resin figurine - The Maharaja and his Son - Col. Imaginary Museum, 46019 (2023)

      As it usually happens in The Adventures of Tintin, many of the troubles he gets into and escapes from are the result of fortuitous accidents. And so it happens in Cigars of the Pharaoh. When already in India he accompanies Professor Cyclone and Slotsky to the asylum, Tintin ends up in a straitjacket from which he escapes when the ambulance in which he is being transported collides with Cyclone's Lincoln Torpedo, with such bad luck that while fleeing through the jungle he falls into an animal trap and is left hanging from a tree. His luck changes when the Maharaja Ravaputala saves Tintin and invites him to stay in his palace. From there he discovers where the gang of the Kih-Oskh symbol is hiding and stops them. But the fakir manages to escape and kidnaps the Maharajah's son. It is then that Tintin and the Dupondts climb into the red Bolide (from which the policemen fall a second later) and save the child. In gratitude, the Maharajah invites him to stay with them for a while. And it is precisely the Maharajah and his son who are the protagonists, as this beautiful resin figure from The Imaginary Museum of Tintin collection will arrive very soon.

      Features:

      Measures: 25 x 29 x 11 cm                                                                                            

      Weight: 1,07 kg

      Year of production: 2023

      Material: Polychrome resin

      Finish: matte

      With numbered certificate

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        Collectible Tintin resin figurine - Sign Kih-Oskh - Col. Imaginary Museum, Moulinsart 46017

        €78.51

        New collection of numbered resins reproducing the poster of the traveling exhibition Le musée imaginaire de Tintin, inaugurated in 1979. This exhibition collected the most important objects of Tintin's travels: the Arumbaya fetish, Ottokar's scepter, the Unicorn, the mummy of the 7 crystal balls, among many others. Walking among these treasures, Tintin is accompanied by his closest friends and co-stars of his adventures. The ninth object in the collection is the symbol of the pharaoh Kih-Oskh, the tomb of which Professor Philemon Cyclone desperately seeks in The Pharaoh's Cigars. It is one of the most iconic images of the adventure series created by Hergé.

        Features:

        Material: resin with matte finish

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          Collectible Tintin resin figurine - CASTAFIORE - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46009

          €161.16

          Collectible Tintin resin figurine - CASTAFIORE - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

           

          The tenth figurine in the Imaginary Museum's collection is that of the most popular and charismatic female character in The Adventures of Tintin: Bianca Castafiore. The great opera diva appears for the first time in King Ottokar's Sceptre and is always remembered for one of Hergé's great masterpieces, The Castafiore Emerald. The singer visits the exhibition of the most iconic objects from the Tintin albums with her friends: Tintin himself, Snowy, Haddock, Professor Calculus and a long line of characters.

           

          Features

           

          Material: Polychrome resin (hand painted)

           

          Measurements: 26 cm (height)

           

          Edition: Numbered

           

          Contains: Certificate of authenticity

           

          Year of production: 2018

           

          Box measures: 34x26x14 cm.

           

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            Collectible Tintin resin figurine - HADDOCK - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46008

            €161.16

            Collectible Tintin resin figurine - HADDOCK - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

             

            Collection of numbered resin figurines reproducing the poster of the traveling exhibition Le musée imaginaire de Tintin, inaugurated in 1979. This exhibition collected the most important objects of Tintin's travels: the Arumbaya fetish, Ottokar's scepter, the Unicorn, the mummy of The Seven Crystal Balls, among many others. Walking among these treasures, Tintin is accompanied by his closest friends and co-stars of his adventures. The fourth figurine in the collection is Captain Haddock. Tintin's grumpy companion strolls happily down the central aisle of the exhibition.

             

             Characteristics:

             

            Material: resin with matte finish

             

            Edition: numbered with certificate of authenticity.

             

            Year of production: 2017

             

            Figurine dimensions: 27 cm (Haddock's height)

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              Collectible Tintin resin figurine - CALCULUS - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46010

              €161.16

              Collectible Tintin resin figurine - CALCULUS - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

               

              Collection of numbered resin figurines reproducing the poster of the traveling exhibition Le musée imaginaire de Tintin, inaugurated in 1979. This exhibition collected the most important objects of Tintin's travels: the Arumbaya fetish, the totem of the knight of Haddoque, the Unicorn, among many others. The sixth figurine in the collection is Professor Calculus. The wise inventor walks along the central aisle of the exhibition with his characteristic umbrella and pendulum guiding him as usual.

               

              Characteristics:

               

              Material: resin with matte finish

               

              Edition: numbered with certificate of authenticity.

               

              Year of production: 2017

               

              Figurine dimensions: 25 cm (Professor Calculus’ height)

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                Collectible Tintin resin figurine - ALCAZAR IN UNIFORM, Moulinsart 46018 (2022)

                €161.16

                Collectible Tintin resin figurine - ALCAZAR IN UNIFORM

                 

                 

                 

                Collection of numbered resin figurines reproducing the poster of the traveling exhibition Le musée imaginaire de Tintin, inaugurated in 1979. This exhibition collected the most important objects of Tintin's travels: the Arumbaya Fetish, the totem of the Knight of Haddoque, the Unicorn, among many others.

                 

                On this occasion, it is about General Alcazar, an officer of the highest rank in command of the revolutionary troops led by General Tapioca in the Republic of San Teodoro, his "playground" (The Broken Ear).

                 

                Characteristics:

                 

                Material: hand-painted resin with matte finish

                 

                Edition: numbered with certificate of authenticity.

                 

                Production year: 2021

                 

                Figurine measures: 25 cm.

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                  Collectible Tintin resin figurine - Fetish Arumbaya - Col. Imaginary Museum, Moulinsart 46001

                  €61.98

                  RESIN - ARUMBAYA FETISH - COL. IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                  Collection of numbered resins reproducing the poster of the traveling exhibition Le musée imaginaire de Tintin of 1979. This exhibition collected the most important objects of Tintin's travels: the Arumbaya fetish, Ottokar's scepter, the Unicorn, the mummy of the 7 crystal balls, among many others. Walking among these treasures, Tintin is accompanied by his closest friends and co-stars of his adventures.

                  The first figure in the collection is the Arumbaya Fetish from The Broken Ear.

                  Features:

                  Material: resin with matte finish Edition: numbered with certificate of authenticity.

                  Year of production: 2016 Figure measures: base (8 x 8 cm.) and height (19,5 cm.; fetish 14 cm + base 5,50 cm.

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                    Collectible Tintin resin figurine - TINTIN AND SNOWY - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46007

                    €161.16

                    Collectible Tintin resin figurine - TINTIN AND SNOWY - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                     

                    Collection of numbered resin figurines reproducing the poster of the exhibition Le musée imaginaire de Tintin, inaugurated in 1979. In this exhibition the most important objects of Tintin's travels were collected: the Arumbaya fetish, Ottokar's scepter, the Unicorn... The second figurine of the collection is the set formed by Tintin and his insperable Snowy. Our beloved character is guiding the rest of his friends through the central corridor of the exhibition.

                     

                    Characteristics:

                     

                    Material: resin with matte finish

                     

                    Edition: numbered with certificate of authenticity.

                     

                    Year of production: 2016

                     

                    Figurine size: 25 cm (Tintin's height)

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                      Collectible Tintin resin figurine- ABDALLAH AND SKUNK - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46015 (2021)

                      €235.54

                      Collectible Tintin resin figurine ABDALLAH AND SKUNK - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                       

                      New figurine from the Imaginary Museum collection with two of the most beloved characters from The Adventures of Tintin: Abdallah and Zorrino. Their first appearance is in the albums Tintin in the Country and the Black Gold and Prisoners of the Sun, respectively. Both characters visit the exhibition of the most iconic objects from the Tintin albums along with their friends: Tintin himself, Snowy, Haddock, Professor Calculus, Castafiore and a long corridor of characters.

                       

                      Characteristics:

                       

                      Material: Resin

                       

                      Finish: Matte

                       

                      With numbered certificate of authenticity.

                       

                      Year: 2021

                       

                      Measurements: 19 and 21 cm. (height of each figurine)

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                        Collectible Tintin resin figurine - SHIVA - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46005

                        €106.61

                        Collectible Tintin resin figurine - SHIVA - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                         

                        The ninth figurine in the Imaginary Museum's collection is a reproduction of the god Shiva, one of the most important deities of Hinduism and represents the sacrifice necessary for regeneration after death. This is the religion with the largest number of followers in India, a country that Tintin visits in Cigars of the Pharaoh and at the beginning of The Blue Lotus. The sculpture of Shiva Nataraja, the king of dance, appears on page 50 of Cigars of the Pharaoh when a believer wants to sacrifice Snowy after Tintin's dog has bitten a cow.

                         

                        Features

                        Material: Polychrome resin (hand painted)

                        Measurements: 33.5 cm (height) and 17.5 cm (length)

                        Edition: Numbered

                        Contains: Certificate of authenticity

                        Year of production: 2018

                        Box measures: 39x24x16 cm

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                          Collectible Tintin resin figurine - CHORTEN TOWER - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46016

                          €61.98

                          Collectible Tintin resin figurine - CHORTEN TOWER - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                          The tenth figurine in the collection of the Tintin Imaginary Museum is a reproduction of the Stupa or Chorten tower, which are important religious monuments of Buddhism symbolizing the presence of Buddha. Inside are kept Buddhist relics and sometimes the ashes of renowned lamas. Tintin, Haddock and Snowy find them in the album Tintin in Tibet, on their way to find their beloved Chang, lost in the Tibetan mountains.

                           

                          Features

                           

                          Material: Polychromatic resin, hand painted

                           

                          Finish: matte

                           

                          With numbered certificate of authenticity

                           

                          Year: 2019

                           

                          Measurements: 10x13cm (base) and 28cm (height)

                           

                          Weight: 1kg

                           

                          Dimensions of the box: 36.5 x 19 x 15 cm

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                            Collectible Tintin resin figurine - RASCAR CAPAC - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46003

                            €81.82

                            Collectible Tintin resin figurine - RASCAR CAPAC - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                             

                            "He who unleashes the fire of heaven" - Rascar Capac, imbued with a disturbing tranquility, is presented on a beige resin base. This magnificent figurine, part of the Imaginary Museum of Tintin collection, will delight you. Rascar Capac is accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity. It will make all your Tintin-loving friends salivate with envy and thrill the most experienced ones. The characters and objects of this new series are based on the original poster of the 1979 exhibition, Le Musée Imaginaire de Tintin. Each figurine is delivered in a box, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

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                              Collectible Tintin resin figurine - MOCHICA - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46006

                              €48.76

                              Collectible Tintin resin figurine - MOCHICA - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                               

                              This magnificent figurine is part of the Tintin Imaginary Museum collection. The Mochica vase is accompanied by a numbered certificate of authenticity. Inspired by the album Le Temple du Soleil, this vase is a unique piece of the Musée Imaginaire because it has been very rarely reproduced in 3D and refers us to the sacred dimension of the Incas.... The characters and objects of this new series are based on the original poster of the 1979 exhibition, Le Musée Imaginaire de Tintin. Each figurine is delivered in a box, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

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                                Collectible Tintin resin figurine - AFRICAN MASK - IMAGINARY MUSEUM, Moulinsart 46012

                                €61.98

                                Collectible Tintin resin figurine - AFRICAN MASK - IMAGINARY MUSEUM

                                 

                                The eleventh figurine in the Imaginary Museum's collection is the African mask of an ancient tribe. It is one of the pieces exhibited in the exhibition of the Imaginary Museum of Tintin along with the rocket or the castle of Moulinsart. This piece appears in the Ethnographic Museum during the action of the first page of the album The Broken Ear, a few meters from the famous Arumbaya fetish.

                                 

                                Characteristics:

                                 

                                Material: Resin

                                 

                                Finish: Matte

                                 

                                With numbered certificate of authenticity.

                                 

                                Year: 2019

                                 

                                Measurements: 14 cm (height)