Have yourself a Perry little Christmas!

We featured some Perry the Platypus (from the show “Phineas and Ferb”) recently and here he is again in this very adorable Chrtistmas ornament. This is well priced at just $9.50 and measures 3″ high and 2 3/4″. It is made out of resin.

Okay – POP QUIZ! – which real-life scooter do you think Perry’s cartoon scooter most resembles?

disneystore.com

A real Roman Holiday might be cheaper?

This sculpture is entitled “Roman Holiday.” Let’s start off with the price. This has to be the single most expensive ScooterSwag item we’ve ever posted. This limited edition figurine is $1,980.00. And it’s on sale from $2,200. But this is definitely a pedigreed collectors piece from artist Giuseppe Armani. She measures an impressive 17″ tall and is handmade of porcelain and hand painted in Florence. And she is part of a limited edition run of 3000 pieces and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Thanks to Julie G. for this unusual find!

jatashop.com

A Figurine for the Francophile.

Spirou was created in 1938. A bellman who eventually morphs into a sometime reporter, according to Wikipedia, he is “A honest and brave young man of indeterminate age, he tries to fight injustice around him and help people.” And we also know he likes to race scooters. This figurine measures almost 8″ tall and costs 179 Euros.

Thanks to Julie G. for this find!

i-magier.com

Look Like A Model.

I wish I knew more about the modeling craze that seems to feature a lot of scooters. I think the idea is that you can create your own action figure and of course that newly minted superhero has to have accessories. These little models come in a variety of colors and are $17.09 each. There is no size mentioned but the company is in California, so it should be easy enough to contact them.

Thanks to Julie G. for this unusual find!

poweranime.com

This Week’s Rare Bit O’Swag: Kurt Adler Santa Figurine

ItalianSanta

Break the news to your kids. Don’t leave Santa cookies. He’d rather have fresh basil. That’s because Santa is actually a scooter riding Eye-tal-Ian and a chef! This is a rare Kurt S. Adler (KSA) fabriche figurine that occasionally pops up on eBay. He’s approximately 11″ tall and 11″ long.