In 1974, Matchbox toys ventured into the action figure market with the Fighting Furies, a series of well made Pirate action figures that had piles of adventures to choose from. Fighting Furies is often forgotten when discussing 70s brands and that’s a shame because it’s really high quality stuff.
Thanks to the generosity of Bill Frost, Plaidstallions now hosts one of the most comprehensive Matchbox Fighting Furies Galleries on the web:
In addtion to having the 1974 Matchbox Fighting Furies Catalog, we also have galleries devoted to the packaged figures and outfits:
Boxed Figure Gallery including the neat Ghost of Captain Kidd figure
Did you know there was a second series of Fighting Furies Cowboy figures? No, that’s because only European kids got them!
Ad Archive featuring Mason Reese plus rare foreign ads, store displays and even shots from Toyfair 1974!
Other Figure Galleries:
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Mego Knock Off Headquarters– The leading group discussing 70s dimestore goodness, we talk vintage toys, not others!