MATCHBOX / HARMONY GOLD: Robotech

Joined
Jan 14, 2006
Messages
514
Reaction score
0
I got lucky real lucky today at the flemarket.

at $2 each
to bad the person that had them, pulled all the price stikers off
 
Joined
Dec 31, 2003
Messages
2,831
Reaction score
0
Location
Houston, TX
Wow! Nice score!! $2 is a fantastic price... looks like I need to start hitting the Flea Markets around here.
 
Joined
Jan 14, 2006
Messages
514
Reaction score
0
Kaneda_01 said:
Wow! Nice score!! $2 is a fantastic price... looks like I need to start hitting the Flea Markets around here.
Yea at the time my wife said I can not see why you want to spend $20 dollers on that and its not even Star Wars!!!

but i walked away with my arm full
 
Joined
Jun 10, 2002
Messages
2,681
Reaction score
0
Location
Australia
i still have my matchbox veritech kicking around.....100 per cent complete.


what made it better is that my father and i were cleaning out the shed one day a few years ago and we came across this MASSIVE box. i opened it and inside was all the packaging for my old toys including....

- Box for Matchbox veritech
- Box for MOTU Castle Greyscull
- About 4 boxes for my old space lego sets
- A few TMNT toy boxes
- Transformer G1 and ghostbusters cardbacks

need less to say all the toys got put back in their rightful homes
 
Joined
Dec 10, 2004
Messages
9,057
Reaction score
48
Location
Hartselle,AL
I am suprised that Matchbox didn't make a figure Captain Glovel.There was plyset of the SDF 1 as well.It was basicly the bridge with a maintance bay for the veritech fighters.
 
Joined
Dec 31, 2003
Messages
2,831
Reaction score
0
Location
Houston, TX
jedimasterc said:
I am suprised that Matchbox didn't make a figure Captain Glovel.There was plyset of the SDF 1 as well.It was basicly the bridge with a maintance bay for the veritech fighters.
Would have been awesome to have Captain Gloval and Bridge Officer's Claudia Grant, Kim, Vannesa and Sammy to compliment Lieutenant Commander Lisa Hayes to complete the SDF-1 bridge crew. Curious why Matchbox did'nt go down this path?
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
Hey Guys,

First time poster here.

I logged onto the forums today to look up some info on light sabers and was pleased to find a Robotech thread!

I am a long time collector and I was a contributor to The Robotech Museum before it closed down. A few years ago Brian(webmaster at Robotech Museum) and I compiled the following complete checklist of Robotech toys. It includes all of the toys from every toy line since 1985 and also includes variants.

The list is divided into 5 sections: the three different sagas, "other" toys (not based on actual mecha seen in the show), and prototype toys only seen in catalogs or marketing materials and have not been verified.

If you are after vintage toys, anything from Matchbox, Matchbox/Gakken, Matchbox/Irwin, Excite/Gakken, Largo, Arco, Imperial, Revel, Warren, Superior, Tiger, or Playtime was produced from 1985 to 1987.

Anything from Harmony Gold Toys or Playmates was produced from 1992 to 1995.

Anything from Toynami was produced from 2000 to present.

I thought some of you might enjoy hunting down some of these.

Have fun and email me at zor_master at Yahoo dot com if you have any questions!



Robotech Toys: Macross Saga

1. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/3000 large SDF-1 3-mode toy
2. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/3000 large SDF-1 3-mode toy
3. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/6000 non transforming SDF-1
4. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/6000 non transforming SDF-1
5. Harmony Gold Collector’s series 1/6000 non transforming SDF-1
6. Matchbox Collector’s series SD VF-1S Super Veritech Fokker
7. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series SD VF-1S Super Veritech Fokker
8. Matchbox Collector’s series SD VF-1J Super Veritech Miriya
9. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series SD VF-1J Super Veritech Miriya
10. Matchbox Collector’s series SD VF-1J Super Veritech Max
11. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series SD VF-1J Super Veritech Max
12. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Radar X
13. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Radar X
14. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Radar X
15. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Spartan
16. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Spartan
17. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Spartan
18. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Excalibur
19. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Excalibur
20. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Excalibur
21. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Gladiator Civil Defense
22. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Gladiator Civil Defense
23. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Gladiator Civil Defense
24. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Radar X Civil Defense
25. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Radar X Civil Defense
26. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Radar X Civil Defense
27. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Spartan Civil Defense
28. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Spartan Civil Defense
29. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Spartan Civil Defense
30. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Excalibur Civil Defense
31. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Excalibur Civil Defense
32. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Excalibur Civil Defense
33. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 Gladiator Civil Defense
34. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 Gladiator Civil Defense
35. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/144 Gladiator Civil Defense
36. Matchbox Collector’s series 1/144 MAC II
37. Matchbox/Irwin Collector’s series 1/144 MAC II
38. Harmony Gold Collector’s series 1/144 MAC II
39. Matchbox 1/72 large Radar X
40. Matchbox/Irwin 1/72 large Radar X
41. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/72 large Radar X
42. Harmony Gold 1/72 large Radar X
43. Matchbox 1/72 large Spartan
44. Matchbox/Irwin 1/72 large Spartan
45. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/72 large Spartan
46. Harmony Gold 1/72 large Spartan
47. Matchbox 1/72 large Excalibur
48. Matchbox/Irwin 1/72 large Excalibur
49. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/72 large Excalibur
50. Harmony Gold 1/72 large Excalibur
51. Matchbox 1/72 large Gladiator
52. Matchbox/Irwin 1/72 large Gladiator
53. Playmates Exo-Squad 1/72 large Gladiator
54. Harmony Gold 1/72 large Gladiator
55. Matchbox Quadrono Male Power Armor
56. Matchbox/Irwin Quadrono Male Power Armor
57. Playmates Exo-Squad Quadrono Male Power Armor
58. Harmony Gold Quadrono Male Power Armor
59. Matchbox Botoro Male Power Armor
60. Matchbox/Irwin Botoro Male Power Armor
61. Playmates Exo-Squad Botoro Male Power Armor
62. Harmony Gold Botoro Male Power Armor
63. Matchbox Rick Hunters Veritech - China – bone white w/ blue-grey boosters
64. Matchbox Rick Hunters Veritech – Japan – light grey w/ grey boosters
65. Matchbox/Irwin Rick Hunters Veritech
66. Playmates Exo-Squad Rick Hunters Veritech
67. Matchbox Officer’s Battlepod
68. Matchbox/Irwin Officer’s Battlepod
69. Playmates Exo-Squad Officer’s Battlepod
70. Matchbox Tactical Battle Pod – Japan – blue/white/gray
71. Matchbox Tactical Battle Pod – China- blue/Light gray/gray
72. Matchbox/Irwin Tactical Battle Pod
73. Playmates Exo-Squad Tactical Battle Pod
74. Matchbox SDF-1 Playset
75. Matchbox/Irwin SDF-1 Playset
76. Matchbox Robotech Wars Playset
77. Matchbox/Irwin Robotech Wars Playset
78. Matchbox Rick Hunter 10" figure
79. Harmony Gold Rick Hunter 10" figure
80. Matchbox Lynn Minmay 10" figure
81. Harmony Gold Lynn Minmay 10" figure
82. Matchbox Lisa Hayes 10" figure
83. Harmony Gold Lisa Hayes 10" figure
84. Matchbox Miss Macross outfit
85. Matchbox Chine Dress outfit
86. Matchbox Fashion Accessories
87. Matchbox Street Clothes
88. Matchbox Dress Clothes
89. Matchbox Stage Dress
90. Matchbox Star Disguise
91. Matchbox Exercise Outfit
92. Matchbox Rick Hunter action figure – Japan – grey buckles on chest strap, gloss paint
93. Matchbox Rick Hunter action figure – China – black buckles on chest strap, flat paint
94. Matchbox/Irwin Rick Hunter action figure
95. Harmony Gold Rick Hunter action figure
96. Matchbox Roy Fokker action figure - Japan
97. Matchbox Roy Fokker action figure – China – V.1 blue buckles on chest strap, black eyes, blue helmet
98. Matchbox Roy Fokker action figure – China – V.2 White eyes, blue-grey helmet, two guns
99. Matchbox/Irwin Roy Fokker action figure
100. Harmony Gold Roy Fokker action figure
101. Harmony Gold Lynn Minmay action figure
102. Matchbox Lisa Hayes action figure – Japan – V.1 blue backpack, blue wristbands, line on back
103. Matchbox Lisa Hayes action figure – Japan – V.2 blue wristbands, less paint backpack, no line on back
104. Matchbox Lisa Hayes action figure – China - grey wristbands, fully painted backpack, line on back
105. Matchbox/Irwin Lisa Hayes action figure
106. Harmony Gold Lisa Hayes action figure
107. Matchbox Miriya action figure – Japan – V.1 lightly painted helmet, solid white paint
108. Matchbox Miriya action figure – Japan – V.2 black uniform, red lower legs
109. Matchbox Miriya action figure – Japan – V.3 red wristbands, red backpack
110. Matchbox Miriya action figure – China – dark red helmet, lighter white paint on body
111. Matchbox/Irwin Miriya action figure
112. Matchbox Max Sterling action figure - Japan
113. Matchbox Max Sterling action figure - China
114. Matchbox/Irwin Max Sterling action figure
115. Harmony Gold Max Sterling action figure
116. Harmony Gold Miriya(purple) action figure
117. Matchbox Khyron action figure - China
118. Matchbox Khyron action figure – Japan - ?
119. Matchbox/Irwin Khyron action figure – China - ?
120. Matchbox Miriya(large) action figure - Japan
121. Matchbox Miriya(large) action figure - China
122. Matchbox/Irwin Miriya(large) action figure
123. Matchbox Dolza action figure - Japan
124. Matchbox Dolza action figure - China
125. Matchbox/Irwin Dolza action figure
126. Matchbox Breetai action figure - Japan
127. Matchbox Breetai action figure - China
128. Matchbox/Irwin Breetai action figure
129. Matchbox Exedore action figure - Japan
130. Matchbox Exedore action figure - China
131. Matchbox/Irwin Exedore action figure
132. Matchbox Armored Zentraedi Warrior - Japan
133. Matchbox Armored Zentraedi Warrior - China
134. Matchbox/Irwin Armored Zentraedi Warrior
135. Matchbox Micronized Zentraedi Warrior – Japan – grey hip pouches, paint line on knees?
136. Matchbox Micronized Zentraedi Warrior – China – purple hip pouches
137. Matchbox/Irwin Micronized Zentraedi Warrior
138. Harmony Gold Micronized Zentraedi Warrior
139. Matchbox Dana Sterling action figure – Japan – red painted chest w/ dark grey
140. Matchbox Dana Sterling action figure – China
141. Matchbox/Irwin Dana Sterling action figure - China – all red plastic chest, no stripe on shield
142. Harmony Gold Dana Sterling action figure
143. Matchbox Zor Prime action figure – Japan – smaller area of red paint around neck
144. Matchbox Zor Prime action figure– China– larger area of red paint around neck, tread on boots
145. Matchbox/Irwin Zor Prime action figure
146. Harmony Gold Zor Prime action figure
147. Matchbox Robotech Master action figure – Japan
148. Matchbox Robotech Master action figure – China
149. Matchbox/Irwin Robotech Master action figure
150. Harmony Gold Robotech Master action figure
151. Matchbox Bioroid Terminator action figure - Japan – gloss paint, straight handle gun, wider shoulders
152. Matchbox Bioroid Terminator action figure – China – flat paint, curved handle gun, Lunk bubble
153. Matchbox/Irwin Bioroid Terminator action figure
154. Harmony Gold Bioroid Terminator action figure
155. Matchbox Scott Bernard action figure - Japan
156. Matchbox Scott Bernard action figure - China
157. Matchbox/Irwin Scott Bernard action figure
158. Harmony Gold Scott Bernard action figure
159. Matchbox Rand action figure – Japan – V.1 dark red hair, brown neck, painted
160. Matchbox Rand action figure – Japan – V.2 dark red hair, open neck, brown button/buckle, painted
161. Matchbox Rand action figure – China – red hair, brown neck, yellow waist buckle, plastic not painted
162. Matchbox/Irwin Rand action figure
163. Harmony Gold Rand action figure
164. Matchbox Lunk action figure - Japan
165. Matchbox Lunk action figure - China
166. Matchbox/Irwin Lunk action figure – China
167. Matchbox Rook Bartley action figure – Japan
168. Matchbox Rook Bartley action figure - China
169. Matchbox/Irwin Rook Bartley action figure
170. Harmony Gold Rook Bartley action figure
171. Matchbox Corg action figure – Japan
172. Matchbox Corg action figure – China
173. Matchbox/Irwin Corg action figure
174. Matchbox Mecha Launcher – RDF Destroyer
175. Matchbox/Irwin Mecha Launcher – RDF Destroyer
176. Matchbox Mecha Launcher – Recon Ship
177. Matchbox/Irwin Mecha Launcher – Recon Ship
178. Matchbox Mecha Launcher – Zentraedi Officers Attack
179. Matchbox/Irwin Mecha Launcher – Zentraedi Officers Attack
180. Matchbox Mecha Launcher – Zentraedi Cruiser
181. Matchbox/Irwin Mecha Launcher – Zentraedi Cruiser
182. Harmony Gold Mecha Launcher 4 pack
183. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Figurine VF1A
184. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Figurine VF1D
185. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Figurine VF1J Max
186. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Figurine VF1J Mirya
187. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Figurine VF1J Rick
188. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Figurine VF1S
189. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Keychain VF1A
190. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Keychain VF1D
191. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Keychain VF1J Max
192. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Keychain VF1J Mirya
193. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Keychain VF1J Rick
194. Toynami Robotech Super Deformed Keychain VF1S
195. Toynami Robotech Morphers Roy Fokker VF1S
196. Toynami Robotech Morphers Rick Hunter VFIJ
197. Toynami Robotech Morphers Max VFIJ
198. Toynami Robotech Morphers Miriya VFIJ
199. Toynami Robotech Morphers VFIA
200. Toynami Robotech Morphers VF1D
201. Toynami Robotech Morphers 6 Toy Set w/ Ben Dixon VF1A + cel
202. Toynami Robotech Clear Morphers 6 Toy Set w/ Ben Dixon VF1A
203. Toynami Robotech Morphers Super VF1S
204. Toynami Robotech Morphers Super VF1J Miriya
205. Toynami Robotech Morphers Super VF1J Max
206. Toynami Robotech Morphers Chrome Roy Fokker VF1S
207. Toynami Robotech Morphers Chrome Rick hunter VF1J
208. Toynami Robotech Morphers Chrome Mirya Sterling VF1J
209. Toynami Robotech Morphers Chrome Max Sterling VF1J
210. Toynami Robotech Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1J Rick Hunter
211. Toynami Robotech Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1A
212. Toynami Robotech Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1S
213. Toynami Robotech Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1J Max
214. Toynami Robotech Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1J Miriya
215. Toynami Robotech Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1D Trainer ComicCon Exclusive
216. Toynami Robotech Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1S Roy Focker’s Last Stand
217. Toynami Robotech Super Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1S Fokker
218. Toynami Robotech Super Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1J Milia
219. Toynami Robotech Super Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1A Max
220. Toynami Robotech Super Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1A
221. Toynami Robotech Super Veritech Super Posable Figure VF1R
222. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Veritech Rick Hunter VF 1J
223. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Veritech Ben Dixon VF1A
224. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Veritech Roy Focker VF1S
225. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Veritech Max Sterling VF1J
226. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Veritech Miriya VF1J
227. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Veritech Jack Archer YF1R
228. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Super Veritech Armor Appendix A Rick Hunter
229. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Super Veritech Armor Appendix A Rick Hunter - reissue plain white box
230. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Super Veritech Armor Appendix B Max Sterling
231. Toynami Robotech Masterpiece Collection Super Veritech Armor Appendix C Miriya
232. Toynami I-Men 001 VF1J & 002 Rick Hunter
233. Toynami I-Men 003 VF1A & 004 Ben Dixon
234. Toynami I-Men 005 VF1S & 006 Roy Focker
235. Toynami I-Men 007 VF1J & 008 Max Sterling
236. Toynami I-Men 009 VF1J & 010 Miriya
237. Playmake Large Cardboard 5’ long SDF-1
238. Toynami Robotech Remastered DVD #2 Exclusive Metallic Morpher VF1S
239. Toynami Robotech Remastered DVD #3 Exclusive Metallic Morpher VF1J Miriya
240. Toynami Robotech Remastered DVD #4 Exclusive Metallic Morpher VF1J Max






Robotech Toys: Robotech Masters

1. Matchbox Veritech Hovertank
2. Matchbox/Irwin Veritech Hovertank
3. Playmates Exo/Squad Veritech Hovertank
4. Matchbox Dana Sterling action figure
5. Matchbox/Irwin Dana Sterling action figure
6. Harmony Gold Dana Sterling action figure
7. Matchbox Zor Prime action figure
8. Matchbox/Irwin Zor Prime action figure
9. Harmony Gold Zor Prime action figure
10. Matchbox Robotech Master action figure
11. Matchbox/Irwin Robotech Master action figure
12. Harmony Gold Robotech Master action figure
13. Matchbox Bioroid Terminator
14. Matchbox/Irwin Bioroid Terminator
15. Harmony Gold Bioroid Terminator
16. Matchbox Bioroid Invid Fighter
17. Matchbox/Irwin Bioroid Invid Fighter
18. Harmony Gold Bioroid Invid Fighter
19. Playmates Exo-Squad Bioroid Invid Fighter
20. Matchbox Bioroid Hover Craft
21. Matchbox/Irwin Bioroid Hover Craft
22. Matchbox Dana’s Hovercycle
23. Matchbox Dana Sterling 10’ figure
24. Harmony Gold Dana Sterling 10’ figure
25. Matchbox Exercise Outfit
26. Matchbox Flight Uniform
27. Matchbox Party Dress


Robotech Toys: New Generation

1. Excite/Gakken 1/35 Alpha 3-mode Blue (large)
2. Excite/Gakken 1/35 Alpha 3-mode Green (large)
3. Excite/Gakken 1/35 Alpha 3-mode Red (large)
4. Matchbox/Gakken Collector’s Series 1/35 Alpha Fighter 3-mode Blue (large)
5. Matchbox/Gakken Collector’s Series 1/35 Alpha Fighter 3-mode Green (large)
6. Matchbox/Gakken Collector’s Series 1/35 Alpha Fighter 3-mode Red (large)
7. Excite/Gakken 1/55 Alpha 2-mode die-cast and plastic Blue (medium)
8. Excite/Gakken 1/55 Alpha 2-mode die-cast and plastic Green (medium)
9. Excite/Gakken 1/55 Alpha 2-mode die-cast and plastic Red (medium)
10. Matchbox/Gakken Collector’s Series 1/55 Miniature Alpha Fighter 2-mode Blue (medium)
11. Matchbox/Gakken Collector’s Series 1/55 Miniature Alpha Fighter 2-mode Green (medium)
12. Matchbox/Gakken Collector’s Series 1/55 Miniature Alpha Fighter 2-mode Red (medium)
13. Excite/Gakken 1/55 Alpha 3-mode Blue (medium)
14. Excite/Gakken 1/55 Alpha 3-mode Green (medium)
15. Excite/Gakken 1/55 Alpha 3-mode Red (medium)
16. Excite/Gakken 1/72 Alpha 3-mode Blue (small)
17. Excite/Gakken 1/72 Alpha 3-mode Green (small)
18. Excite/Gakken 1/72 Alpha 3-mode Red (small)
19. Matchbox/Gakken Collector’s Series 1/10 Armoured Cyclone Scott Bernard transformable (Large)
20. Excite/Gakken 1/10 Cyclone Scott Bernard transformable (Large)
21. Excite/Gakken Cyclone transformable Scott Bernard (small)
22. Excite/Gakken Cyclone transformable Lancer (small)
23. Excite/Gakken Cyclone transformable Rook (small)
24. Matchbox Invid Shock Trooper
25. Matchbox/Irwin Invid Shock Trooper
26. Playmates Exo-Squad Invid Shock Trooper
27. Matchbox Invid Scout
28. Matchbox/Irwin Invid Scout
29. Playmates Exo-Squad Invid Scout
30. Harmony Gold Invid Scout
31. Matchbox Armoured Cyclone
32. Matchbox/Irwin Armoured Cyclone
33. Matchbox Scott Bernard action figure
34. Matchbox/Irwin Scott Bernard action figure
35. Harmony Gold Scott Bernard action figure
36. Matchbox Rand action figure
37. Matchbox/Irwin Rand action figure
38. Harmony Gold Rand action figure
39. Matchbox Rook Bartley action figure
40. Matchbox/Irwin Rook Bartley action figure
41. Harmony Gold Rook Bartley action figure
42. Matchbox Corg action figure
43. Matchbox/Irwin Corg action figure
44. Toynami Alpha Morpher Scott Bernard
45. Toynami Alpha Morpher Rook Bartley
46. Toynami Alpha Morpher Rand
47. Toynami Alpha Morpher Shadow Fighter
48. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Scott Bernard VFA-6H
49. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Scott Bernard VFA-6H (Metallic Toynami Convention Exclusive)
50. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Rook Bartley VFA-6Z
51. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Rook Bartley VFA-6Z (Action Figure Xpress Exclusive)
52. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Lancer VFA-61
53. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Lancer VFA-61 (Metallic Gamestop Exclusive)
54. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Shadow Fighter
55. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Shadow Fighter (Metallic Robotech.com exclusive)
56. Toynami Alpha Fighter Super Poseable Shadow Fighter (Clear Toyfare exclusive)
57. Toynami Robotech Remastered DVD #5 Exclusive Metallic Morpher Shadow Morpher
58. Toynami Robotech Remastered DVD #6 Exclusive Metallic Morpher VFA-61 Lancer
59. Toynami Robotech Remastered DVD #7 Exclusive Metallic Morpher VFA-6H Scott
60. Toynami Robotech Remastered DVD #8 Exclusive Metallic Morpher VFA-6Z Rook
61. Toynami I-Men 031 Scott Bernard & 032 VFA-6H Alpha Fighter
62. Toynami I-Men 033 Lancer & 034 Cyclone Armor Lancer
63. Toynami I-Men 035 Rook Bartley & 036 VFA-6Z Alpha Fighter
64. Toynami I-Men 037 Cyclone Armor Rook & 038 VFA-61 Alpha Fighter
65. Toynami I-Men 039 Rand & 040 Cyclone Armor Rand
66. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Alpha VFA-6H Scott Bernard
67. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Alpha VFA-6I Lancer
68. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Alpha VFA-6Z Rook Bartley
69. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Alpha Shadow Fighter
70. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Alpha VFA-6ZX Maia Sterling
71. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Beta VFB-9H
72. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Beta VFB-9Z
73. Toynami Masterpiece Collection Cyclone VR-052F Scott Bernard


Robotech Toys: Other

1. Largo Telescope
2. Largo Periscope
3. Largo Sparking Pistol
4. Largo Stamp Pad Set
5. Largo 2 in 1 Action Top - blue
6. Largo 2 in 1 Action Top - grey
7. Largo Push Puppet - light grey
8. Largo Push Puppet - dark grey
9. Largo Signal Light
10. Largo Binoculars
11. Largo Dart Gun (unreleased?)
12. Largo Pen Writer (unreleased?)
13. Largo Kaleidoscope? (unreleased?)
14. Arco Robotech Night Writer
15. Arco Robotech Hot Chamber Cap Pistol
16. Arco Robotech Transforming Cannon
17. Arco Robotech Laser Blaster Target Game
18. Arco Robotech Transforming Hot Chamber Cap Pistol
19. Arco Robotech Deskbot
20. Arco Robotech Transforming Binoculars
21. Arco Robotech Transforming Water Pistol
22. Arco Robotech Transforming Water Rifle
23. Arco Robotech Transforming Cap Rifle
24. Arco Robotech Transforming Hot Chamber Cap Rifle
25. Arco Robotech Hot Chamber Cap Rifle
26. Arco Robotech Laser Sound Pistol w/ Holster
27. Arco Robotech Night Shooter
28. Tiger Electronics Pinball Machine
29. Imperial Robotech Walkie Talkie
30. Imperial Robotech Bubble Blower
31. Imperial Robotech Skydiver w/ Parachute
32. Imperial Robotech Sunglasses
33. Imperial Robotech Puffy Action Stickers (6 sets)
34. Pilas Pistola Space Laser
35. Revel Robolinks Force 10
36. Revel Robolinks Force 11
37. Revel Robolinks Force 12
38. Revel Robolinks Force 20
39. Revel Robolinks Force 21
40. Revel Robolinks Force 22
41. Revel Robolinks Force 30
42. Revel Robolinks Force 31
43. Revel Robolinks Force 32
44. Revel Robolinks Force 40
45. Revel Robolinks Force 41
46. Revel Robolinks Force 42
47. Revel Robolinks Force 50
48. Revel Robolinks Force 51
49. Revel Robolinks Force 52
50. Revel Changers A1
51. Revel Changers A2
52. Revel Changers A3
53. Revel Changers A10
54. Revel Changers B1
55. Revel Changers B2
56. Revel Changers B3
57. Revel Changers B10
58. Revel Changers C1
59. Revel Changers C2
60. Revel Changers C3
61. Revel Changers C10
62. Revel Changers D1
63. Revel Changers D2
64. Revel Changers D3
65. Revel Changers D10
66. Revell Insectoids Spider
67. Revell Insectoids Mantis
68. Revell Power Changers Pickup Truck
69. Superior Deluxe Gumball Machine
70. Superior Pocket Pack Gumball Dispenser
71. Warren SDF-1 Battle Scene puzzle
72. Warren Rick Hunter puzzle
73. Warren Bridge Crew puzzle
74. Warren Khyron vs. Battloids puzzle
75. Warren Tray Puzzle Rick and Minmei
76. Warren Tray Puzzle Breetai and Exedore
77. Warren Tray Puzzle Max and Miriya
78. Playtime Robotech Voice Changer (unreleased?)


Prototype Only, Never Released

1. Playtime Robotech Cassette Player(unreleased?)
2. Playtime Robotech Intercom Telephone w/ 3D figure on front(unreleased?)
3. Playtime Robotech AM Radio(unreleased?)
4. Playtime Robotech Electronic Intercom Telephone w/ 30’ wire (unreleased?)
5. Playtime Robotech Pocket Radio(unreleased?)
6. Playtime Robotech Walkie Talkies w/ Morse Code (unreleased?)
7. Playtime Robotech Walkie Talkies Transforming (unreleased?)
8. Playtime Robotech Walkie Talkies w/ telescoping antennae(unreleased?)
9. Playtime Robotech Walkie Talkies w/ 3D figure on front(unreleased?)
 
Joined
Oct 20, 2009
Messages
765
Reaction score
0
The ones I remember having were: Rick, Roy, Max, Micronized Zentraedi, Full-sized Zentraedi, Robotech Master (I only got 2, and wanted a 3rd), Zor, Dana, Bioroid Terminator, Rand, Breetai, Invid Scout, and Scott's Cyclone. Kind of annoyed me that the Cyclones were non-transformable. My best friend and his family went to Switzerland for a family trip in '85 I think it was, and he came back with a Scott and Cyclone and a Rook and Cyclone (different company from Matchbox), and those actually did transform to join with the riders. I remember the plastic on them was cheap and prone to breakage, didn't come with the handguns. He also came back with a model ShadowHawk from the Battletech board game that came apart in several pieces, individual armor plates that fit over the Mech. The cockpit piece came off and it had a removable ZOIDS pilot. He said that one cost him nearly his entire spending budget. I think he still has it in one piece.
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
kidsdaddy said:
Kind of annoyed me that the Cyclones were non-transformable. My best friend and his family went to Switzerland for a family trip in '85 I think it was, and he came back with a Scott and Cyclone and a Rook and Cyclone (different company from Matchbox), and those actually did transform to join with the riders. I remember the plastic on them was cheap and prone to breakage, didn't come with the handguns.
Those Cyclones are these:

21. Excite/Gakken Cyclone transformable Scott Bernard (small)
22. Excite/Gakken Cyclone transformable Lancer (small)
23. Excite/Gakken Cyclone transformable Rook (small)

Gakken created some really nice toys for the line in Japan originally and they also created some really bad ones. These are probably the worst
In the DVD liner notes for the original Japanese show Mospeada, one of the creators talks about some of the problems Gakken encountered trying to translate the anime designs to actual toys. Their early developments we utter failures, but it is assumed that those failures still made it to market in the above examples. They brought in some outside help to create some better toys and this can be seen in the other half of the line.

As bad as they are, they were some of the first Robotech toys I owned and so the nostalgia part of my brain still loves them, though the aesthetic part of my brain despises them
 
Joined
Dec 31, 2003
Messages
2,831
Reaction score
0
Location
Houston, TX
Robotech is still one of my favorite cartoons from the mid-80's... thank you Carl Macek!! This AFA set took me 3 years to complete as it took forever to find beater or cut card examples of these. I am only short the elusive Black Miriya... please let me know if you have one available for sale or trade. I also have a few MOC and cut card figures availble in this classified for those looking to assemble loose set.














U85 Rick Hunter
U85 Lisa Hayes
U85 Lynn Minmei
U85 Roy Fokker
U85 Max Sterling
U85 Miriya (purple)
U85 Miriya (red)
U85 Micronized Zentraedi
U85 Robotech Master
U85 Zor Prime
U85 Dana Sterling
U85 Biorid Terminator
U85 Scott Bernard
U85 Rook Bartley
U85 Corg
U85 Lunk
U85 Rand

U85 Exedore (Zentaedi sized)
U85 Breetai (Zentaedi sized)
U85 Dolza (Zentaedi sized)
U85 Kyron (Zentaedi sized)
U85 Zentraedi Warrior (Zentaedi sized)
U85 Miriya (Zentaedi sized)
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
Interesting. Are all these Harmony Gold Toys figures?

I would consider this an odd choice to have AFA graded since they just reissues.

My collection is all original Matchbox; except for the two Harmony Gold Toys that were not in the original line.
 
Joined
Dec 31, 2003
Messages
2,831
Reaction score
0
Location
Houston, TX
I have a huge AFA loose vintage collection that spans over 75+ toy lines (600+ figures). From a nostalgia perspective... just looking to build an 'uncirculated' wall display in my gameroom of toys I owned as a child.

With that said... not a huge fan of the Robotech toy line as compared to other vintage lines in my collection... the cartoon series release in the 80's really hit home for me. I had all the figures from Robotech as a child except for Lunk, Lyn Minmei, black and red Miriya. As I am down to the last 5-6 vintage toy lines (20 or so figures) to complete my 'uncirculated' display; I do not plan on upgrading any of the Harmony Gold figures at this time... just need a Black Miriya to finish this run. Of the 23 figures... 5 are Harmony Gold while the remainder are Matchbox.
 
Joined
Jun 10, 2002
Messages
2,681
Reaction score
0
Location
Australia
Washu said:
They are Harmony Gold versions. Also the Purple one never had a Helmet in Harmony Gold Release.
really? wow....i never knew that. i actually owned a roy MOC (harmony gold release) ages ago.....i never noticed that.


oh well -- gotta be matchbox all the way if HG didn't release the figures with a helmet
 
Joined
Apr 22, 2002
Messages
1,441
Reaction score
0
Location
Puppy Punching Capital Of the World
Pretty much ALL the Harmony Gold releases are different than Matchbox. The colors are strikingly different. Same color overall but the hue is off to the point where you can spot them 4 feet away. And for some figures they decided not to give them helmets. At least with the Harmony Gold we got the unproduced Minmei and Purple Miryia.
 
Joined
Apr 22, 2002
Messages
1,441
Reaction score
0
Location
Puppy Punching Capital Of the World
Irwin was the main distributor of the Lunks in the world. But a few years ago one was found with a Matchbox sticker next to the the Irwin printed label. Then recently, a Matchbox sample was found. I let it go even though it was cheap.... but he was produced by Matchbox.
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
Yes, the Harmony Gold figures are fairly sub par compared to the Matchbox releases. The only thing this line did well, was release the Minmei and purple Miriya (though the Minmei is the most awful figure of the lot).

Purple Miriya more than likely was not intended to have a helmet; this is evidenced by the picture seen in the Matchbox ads found in Comico comics from the 80's. You can see her helmetless next to the SDF-1 playset.

If you look at the original Japanese anime line art for the Millia character, you will see that her helmet is almost identical to the one worn by the Zentraedi Warrior figure. I modified one a long time ago and repainted it a dark purple to match. Looks cool


Lunk was never released in the U.S. Matchbox line. He was only released in Canada by Matchbox/Irwin. A few Northern states distributors in the U.S. were able to acquire some Canadian overstock and sell them in the U.S., and you could find them in a few stores, but that was in the late 80's after the line was dead.

A couple of years ago, a complete Matchbox card back proof set was sold on Ebay that included cards for a Minmei and a Lunk, though Matchbox did not actually release these two figures. They sold for a fair amount and were purchased by Jason Martinez, who was infamously mentioned earlier in this thread. I think he has since resold them.
 
Joined
Apr 22, 2002
Messages
1,441
Reaction score
0
Location
Puppy Punching Capital Of the World
I will try to dig the photos up if I took them. But the Lunk that was sold was a Matchbox only card. No Irwin print in the top right or anything. Complete Matchbox. Most likely it is a production piece, but I will bow a little it could have been a salesman sample. The seller knew what it was and it was around June-July 09' it sold.
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
I thought this would be as good of a place as any to post this, rather than starting a new thread.

This is my collection of Gakken toys from 1983 - 1986; from original Japanese toys to later Robotech releases.

Matchbox actually acquired the rights (late in the game) to some of these toys. The Matchbox toys are identical to all of the other versions, with the exception of the original Japanese toys which featured shooting missiles and slightly different plastic hue and decals.

Gakken originally released these in Japan starting in 1983, but the line was cut short due to the series being cancelled. They recouped their loses by producing these toys out of Singapore as MOSPEADA and as HENSHIN ROBO. After Robotech gained popularity, HG directly licenced the name ROBOTECH for the toys for a third release. Finally, Matchbox entered into a deal for a fourth release, but by the time those Matchbox releases hit toy shelves, Robotech was off the air in most markets. They went directly into clearance bins and are some of the hardest releases to track down. Especially a 1/8 Cyclone in a Matchbox box.

 
Joined
Jun 10, 2002
Messages
2,681
Reaction score
0
Location
Australia
so much to talk about in that photo


that is an amazing collection, even if the smaller scale cyclones were never that great to look at. i've always wanted a larger bernard but can't justify the $$$...you have 3 of them!

but that beta (prototype?) is phenomenal. as is the Alpha. the mospeada cyclone model (?) in the diagonal grid box looks great...i've always liked that image.

simply the most *****in gakken collection i've ever seen. thanks for sharing
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
Roganjohn said:
so much to talk about in that photo
that is an amazing collection, even if the smaller scale cyclones were never that great to look at. i've always wanted a larger bernard but can't justify the $$$...you have 3 of them!
but that beta (prototype?) is phenomenal. as is the Alpha. the mospeada cyclone model (?) in the diagonal grid box looks great...i've always liked that image.
simply the most *****in gakken collection i've ever seen. thanks for sharing
Thanks! I recently decided to start selling my Robotech and Macross collection, but after looking at them, I just couldn't part with my Mospeada toys! They are just that cool. By far the best designs of all the Robotech/Macross mecha.

You noticed the Beta. That’s the crowning jewel of the collection. I never thought I would own one, but with the recent slew of Beta/TREAD toys, the opportunity presented itself and I went for it. It’s missing the right arm, but I can live with that.

The Beta toy was actually produced by Gakken for the European market and distributed by a company called Lansay in France. Mine is stamped “Made In Singapore”. Only 4 or 5 Japanese (stamped “Made In Japan”) are known to exist and only one of those is in the hands of a collector. It is assumed that a small number of these were distributed by Lansay (maybe 1,000?), which makes them rare, but not as rare as the Japanese toys.

By diagonal grid boxes, do you mean all the smaller boxes at the top of the picture? Those are also toys, only released in Japan. Some of them are pretty tough to track down since most sellers don’t bother with them. Which makes them rare, and ironically, worth more than they should be


Thanks again for the comments!
 
Joined
Jun 10, 2002
Messages
2,681
Reaction score
0
Location
Australia
Zor_Master said:
Roganjohn said:
By diagonal grid boxes, do you mean all the smaller boxes at the top of the picture? Those are also toys, only released in Japan. Some of them are pretty tough to track down since most sellers don’t bother with them. Which makes them rare, and ironically, worth more than they should be


Thanks again for the comments!
yes -- those are the toys.....but i am talking about the box more on the right, with the cyclone in vehicle mode (it has a red colouring to it).

is that a toy?
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
Roganjohn said:
Zor_Master said:
Roganjohn said:
By diagonal grid boxes, do you mean all the smaller boxes at the top of the picture? Those are also toys, only released in Japan. Some of them are pretty tough to track down since most sellers don’t bother with them. Which makes them rare, and ironically, worth more than they should be


Thanks again for the comments!
yes -- those are the toys.....but i am talking about the box more on the right, with the cyclone in vehicle mode (it has a red colouring to it).

is that a toy?
Yes. Its a cheap children's toy, like the others next to it.

The toy itself consists of a cycle and a rider. The rider is fixed posed and the cycle is has moving wheels. The cycle is very similar to the Matchbox Cyclone, though about 2/3 the size.

Here is a review of the toy on www.anymoon.com. This guy Chris, who runs this site, has an incomplete toy that is missing the kickstand and some of the decals, but you get the idea. Awesome site by the way, check it out.

http://anymoon.com/blog/2007/07/03/gakken-120-ride-armor-cycle-mode/
 
Joined
Apr 22, 2002
Messages
1,441
Reaction score
0
Location
Puppy Punching Capital Of the World
A very impressive collection. The Matchbox items and your cycles get me the most. I even stopped when it came to finding matchbox boxes pieces for the Cyclones and Alpha's... and then went... "Naaaa". To hard to find over time and to pricey


All three Japanse beta's exist. One guy still has a red and a blue which he has been selling for years. But he won't relinquish photos which also hurts the sale of it. Also it seems he's asking far too much ...
 
G

Guest

Washu said:
All three Japanse beta's exist. One guy still has a red and a blue which he has been selling for years. But he won't relinquish photos which also hurts the sale of it. Also it seems he's asking far too much ...
Some of the known prototype TREAD toys (there were 2 blue, 1 red, 1 green, and 1 Black) are owned by a former Gakken employee. He sold one blue TREAD to a gentlman named Carl Hoff, who lives here in the states, and he still has the other ones, as far anyone knows.

Photos of the red TREAD were published earlier this year in a new Mospeada book. Though its not clear who owns the toy, it is assumed that the former employee still owns is the owner. He had another blue, a red, and a green toy. It is unknown who owns the black TREAD.

I believe he was asking 5k for the blue, 10k for the red, and 10k for the green.

If I had the money I would buy them all, but alas, I am poor
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
Removed said:
Washu said:
All three Japanse beta's exist. One guy still has a red and a blue which he has been selling for years. But he won't relinquish photos which also hurts the sale of it. Also it seems he's asking far too much ...
Some of the known prototype TREAD toys (there were 2 blue, 1 red, 1 green, and 1 Black) are owned by a former Gakken employee. He sold one blue TREAD to a gentlman named Carl Hoff, who lives here in the states, and he still has the other ones, as far anyone knows.

Photos of the red TREAD were published earlier this year in a new Mospeada book. Though its not clear who owns the toy, it is assumed that the former employee still owns is the owner. He had another blue, a red, and a green toy. It is unknown who owns the black TREAD.

I believe he was asking 5k for the blue, 10k for the red, and 10k for the green.

If I had the money I would buy them all, but alas, I am poor
That was weird, I could swear I was logged in when I posted that...
 
Joined
Apr 22, 2002
Messages
1,441
Reaction score
0
Location
Puppy Punching Capital Of the World
Yikes! Didn't know the finally got the photo out. Overall based upon they red and perhaps green etc are machine painted samples... they all should have many more of them floating around with Gakken employee's or Bandai employee's.

Possible you can post the photo (even a cruddy one) of the Red Beta?

5K for the Blue is really steep. I have sold some Lansay Beta's before and I was happy to get a 1/5th of what he asking. Granted I have not truly compared, but it just seems the Made in Japan is the only quality difference.

If I had tons of money too I would but the red and green. And I mean tons..which I do not think will ever happen.


The black one I really would love to see if any alterations were done on it.
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2009
Messages
48
Reaction score
0
Washu said:
Yikes! Didn't know the finally got the photo out. Overall based upon they red and perhaps green etc are machine painted samples... they all should have many more of them floating around with Gakken employee's or Bandai employee's.

Possible you can post the photo (even a cruddy one) of the Red Beta?

5K for the Blue is really steep. I have sold some Lansay Beta's before and I was happy to get a 1/5th of what he asking. Granted I have not truly compared, but it just seems the Made in Japan is the only quality difference.

If I had tons of money too I would but the red and green. And I mean tons..which I do not think will ever happen.


The black one I really would love to see if any alterations were done on it.
Its all about the "Japan" stamp
That and the stickers are different between the Lansay TREAD and the prototypes.

The black one has only been seen by one collector and, as far as I know, it was not for sale. All of the other prototypes are not "painted" but rather molded in the different colors, including the black one from what I have heard.

From Otaku2.com:
 
Joined
Apr 21, 2012
Messages
2,370
Reaction score
22
Location
Terra Australis
ROBOTECH (Matchbox/Harmony Gold)

Couldn't see a ROBOTECH thread in here so will kick one off,here's some of my RT stuff -




 
Joined
Apr 21, 2012
Messages
2,370
Reaction score
22
Location
Terra Australis
My apologies for not searching better for this thread and thanks to the mod who merged my post with this thread. :)

Some more items from my collection -





 
Last edited:
Joined
Apr 21, 2012
Messages
2,370
Reaction score
22
Location
Terra Australis
Was at an old school style book exchange recently and they had a lot of old comics,of which there were some RT ones.

I bought two for the ads on the back -





 
Joined
Sep 27, 2012
Messages
8
Reaction score
0
I just sent in almost all of the Matchbox ones to AFA for uncirculated grading. I'm missing Lunk and the black Miriya version. I'm also looking for a few of the Harmony Gold ones to complete the set I want like Minmei and the purple Miriya. I was even able to source a red Miriya with red wristbands on card. What a pain that was. I actually need a regular red Miriya too come to think of it if anyone has one for sale or trade. Pics to follow but you know how long AFA takes so it might be a couple months or so.
 
Joined
Jun 10, 2002
Messages
2,681
Reaction score
0
Location
Australia
I still have my boxed/complete matchbox veritech -- a childhood toy. one of my favourite items in my toy collection. missing the inserts, though :/
 
Top