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This is a quite strange collectible. It may be one of the very few brand new collectibles with Honey Bunny, produced in recent years. It's a polished and glittered coin with a hole and image of Honey Bunny, made of nickel. Probably it's been produced by Geocoin, though the production date remains unknown. A whole series of such coins has been created, featuring cartoon characters, not only those from Looney Tunes. Apart from Honey, Bugs Bunny, Gossamer, Marvin The Martian and other Looney Tunes characters, we also have Mighty Mouse, Scooby Doo and his friends and... a few characters from erotic cartoons!
A beautiful mirror with Bugs Bunny's girlfriend, Honey Bunny, produced in 1966. As we know, 1966 is a date of Honey's official debut in comics. This makes this mirror one of the very first collectibles featuring gray version of her. And again we can ask the question why did Warner Bros. introduce a new character in few totally different versions?
A vintage sticker with Honey Bunny. A whole series of such stickers has been produced, featuring Looney Tunes characters. We neither know who produced them nor when they were released. Judging on character's appearance, it may be from late 1960's or early 1970's, knowing that this version of Bugs Bunny's girlfriend was used in that period (from time to time, of course). Stickers were added to chewing gums in the UK.
Every child would like to drink their favorite juice from this beautiful cup with Honey Bunny! It was produced in 1983 by Whirley Industries Inc.
Hm... who's that? Is it Honey Bunny or Daisy Lou? We can't be sure whom did the great Friz Freleng have in mind when he created this picture, featuring Bugs Bunny accompanied by some long-eared female bunny. However, one thing is certain - that it's one of the very few Freleng's works inspired by Valentines.
Pin Honey Bunny to your heart with this beautiful vintage pinback button from 1980's
A very nice and very rare T-shirt with Honey Bunny, Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil. Produced in 1990's, it was part of a collection of merchandise related to Harley Davidson. Naturally, it was available via Warner Bros. Studio Stores
Yeah, this is a poster. Nope, it hasn't been drawn by a child. Nope, we don't know who's that bird flying on the left (maybe some malformed version of Tweety?). Just a poster with Bugs Bunny and Honey Bunny from 1980. Definitely it's not the best artwork. Besides, for some reason, the images is reversed horizontally.
A great 300 piece puzzle from 1993 featuring most of Looney Tunes characters that appeared in animation, comics and merchandise at that time. Among them are three characters that only appeared once in 'Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island', namely Hysterical Hyram, Minniesoda Fats and Hoppy
What a great couple! Will they save the world? Super Bugs Bunny and Super Honey Bunny on pages from a coloring book from 1991
Bugs & Bride IV is a painting created in early 1980's by Chuck Jones. It is a part of a series of works related to marriage. In 1981 Jones married Marian Dern and in such a creative way he expressed his happiness few times.
An interesting fact is that fembunny we see in these paintings is referred to as bride, although it is known that it's Honey Bunny (such information is provided in certificates of authenticity attached to this picture). What's more, this character much resembles later Babs Bunny from Tiny Toons - probably her model was inspired by visual appearance of Honey Bunny from Chuck Jones' paintings.
Attention: In some cases the date given in description is date of release, not creation
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