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R&L Cereal Premiums: Totem Pole

Another of the more popular R&L premiums, these eight different figures were designed to be stacked on top of each other to mimic Native American Indian totem poles. They were designed by Edgar Duur and issued by Kellogg, and could be found in Australia and in other countries. They were not released in America due to avoid offending Native Americans. Mexico produced figures in yellow, red and other colours, and their versions were stamped inside with 'Mexico'.

Totem Pole (1971)
Colours: aqua, beige, blue, brown, green, grey, lilac, orange, pink, turquoise, white, yellow, red, light blue

Hairy Watha

Big Foot*

Owleyes

Bonehead


Happy Hands*

Jugears*

Dragon Tooth

Eagle Beak*



Notes

* known by this name, but not confirmed through documentation.

Sources

C.L. Hall. Breakfast Barons, Cereal Critters and the Rosenhain Lipmann Legacy. Parramatta, NSW: Craig. L Hall, 2002.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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