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A beautiful picture of Honey Bunny by deviantArt user LolaBunnyvsLexiBunny. It's been published in April 2015. According to author, they wanted to give Honey Bunny a 70's look.
This is another sport-related collectible. Shall we have some coffee? Or maybe you prefer a tea? With your partner? If so, this set of cups is perfect for you! Cups with Bugs Bunny and Honey Bunny, produced in 1983 by Russ Berrie and Company in Australia
Once upon a time, instead of tablets, for long journeys parents were giving their children such magic slates like this. Their children were having fun all the way and were happy. So this is one of such magic slates. This one was produced by Golden in 1983 and features Bugs Bunny, Honey Bunny and other Looney Tunes characters. It remains a mystery why is Bugs Bunny holding Honey's ears...
Let's go on holiday! A 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle with Looney Tunes, produced in 1995. This puzzle is interesting because it marks rare appearance of five characters: Honey Bunny, Henery Hawk (a small bird just under Road Runner), Sylvester The Cat Jr., Marc Anthony and Petunia Pig.
Do you like drawing? If so, you should be interested in this magic slate from 1985. Especially because, apart from Honey Bunny, it also features other forgotten Looney Tune, namely Clyde Rabbit, Bugs Bunny's nephew. The characters create a wind orchestra - Bugs Bunny is a director, Clyde and Daffy Duck play percussion, Honey Bunny plays horn, Elmer plays flute and Sylvester... plays some don't-know-what :)
I think everyone would like to sleep in such a bedsheet! This is a bedsheet from 1991 with images of the sweetest fembunny in all Toondom Honey Bunny doing sports
An interesting find every true fan of Looney Tunes should see. This is an original print Creslan ad from 1974, featuring Bugs Bunny and his girlfriend Honey Bunny. It is also a rare example where the more "hannabarberian" model of Honey has been used
Just another collectible you could buy at Marriott's Great America and Great Adventure amusement parks. A teapot with saucer, featuring Honey Bunny smiling to you, produced in 1981. As you may remember, a whole series of souvenirs with this picture of the sweetest fembunny in all toondom has been produced at that time.
One of the most bizarre collectibles featuring Looney Tunes characters. Wanna play some music? If so, here are two maracas with Honey Bunny. Production date and producer name are not given but both maracas are still able to play and they are still available via eBay.
One of the most beautiful collectibles featuring Looney Tunes characters. A beautiful 1200-piece jigsaw puzzle tittled "Masterpieces". It was available through Warner Bros. Studio Stores, today they rarely appear in online auctions.
An interesting finding. Some time ago somebody has put on eBay an offer with these two model sheets of Honey Bunny. The model at right shows her in a version from 1953, the one at left - two versions of character from 1966. As you see, one of them is crossed out - this version was hardly ever used in collectibles.
Attention: In some cases the date given in description is date of release, not creation
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