blister card

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  • Other blister cards were yellow with black highlighting or red, white, and blue.
  • In any event, later issues were sold on blister cards under the Speedline name with Cigarbox no longer mentioned.
  • While most figures have been released on blister cards, some have been available in boxes and a very few in clamshell packaging.
  • The figure came packaged on a blister card and in a special collectors' box.
  • Barclay's tiny vehicles were placed in a small blister card covered with clear plastic in the form of a bottle.
  • This packaging was used rather late, and seemed rather rustic compared to other companies' use of modern clear display blister cards which had become dominant by this time.
  • Some 2006 cars and all 2007 cars are packaged on a blister card with the new design.
  • This means that the size of the model is determined by the size of the standard packaging (formerly a cardstock box, now usually a clear blister-card).
  • Cavemen were also available as two-packs on blister cards.
  • Some Budgie blister cards were sponsored by Life magazine and distributed through The Toy House.
  • Two versions of Snake Eyes were selected for this series, which featured the figures packaged on a blister card, but also in a special collectors box.
  • The difference is that the M87 series vehicles are more detailed and are packaged in small window boxes versus blister card.
  • These were marketed as Charmerz Super Singles and packaged in a blue blister card with many different vehicles listed on the back.
  • A series of blister cavities is sometimes called a blister card or blister strip as well as blister pack.
  • Another kind of blister is a blister card the PEZ company uses to display PEZ dispensers.
  • About the same time, especially for the U.S. market, vehicles were often placed in clear plastic containers (not blister cards) colored in gold, white and red.
  • The blister card art was also very unrefined and reflected the comics; in fact, Shredder's pose was based directly on art from the debut issue.
  • Gooble De-Goop and cake mixes could be purchased on blister cards as well as a few additional mold sets.
  • Each doll in the standard editions came packaged on a large blister card with a stock outfit, pants, platform shoes and a plastic stand.
  • Smaller versions of the main series of dinosaurs as well as new dinosaurs were included in the Wendy's kid's meal and on blister cards.