Doves or Pigeons 

Doves or Pigeons

Since doves and pigeons are closely related these figures can be used for either depending on the setting. Most typically they are considered doves. 

There are two versions of the white and blue doves, with a smaller solid base and with a larger base with a hole in it. It's believed the earlier part number for each refers to the solid base. The solid base version is in both hard or soft plastic, with the hard plastic probably the earlier of the two. There isn't a known part number difference between the hard and soft plastic.

Doves or Pigeons

Doves or Pigeons
Doves or Pigeons
Dove Blue
Dove Light Grey
Dove Dark Grey
Dove White
Dove Wings Out Blue
Dove Wings Out Light Grey
Dove Wings Out Dark Grey
Dove Wings Out White

Table of contents  | Images  | By Year

 
All images and graphics used on this site are copyrighted. The wallpaper, site banners or logos, the Animobil letter A, or any related materials may not be used without written permission unless as a link or credit to the site.
 
This web site is not owned, operated, sponsored or authorized by Geobra Brandstätter Stiftung & Co. KG. Geobra Brandstätter Stiftung & Co. KG does not endorse, and is not responsible for this web site or any information or links contained herein; makes no expressed or implied warranties with regard to any information or links on this web site or any other linked web sites; and is not bound by any statements made on this web site, or by those who own or operate this web site. The trademarks PLAYMOBIL ®, PLAYMOBIL® SYSTEM X, PLAYMOBIL® RC TRAIN and PLAYMOBIL® FUNPARK and the copyrighted images of PLAYMOBIL® products are the sole and exclusive property of Geobra Brandstätter Stiftung & Co. KG, which reserves all rights therein.