The last gasp of the Mini-Toons came after Letraset & Thomas Salter had given up on transfers for children. Letraset's factory in Italy, Sodecor Linea, had passed into the hands of Acorn, & it seems that they produced these final Mini-Toons on their own.
The transfers are straight reprints of the L61 versions of the first twelve Mini-Toons. Even the yellow stars are included on the transfer sheets, as you can see from these examples, despite having no actual use any longer; presumably no-one thought to remove them when the text was updated:
The front covers of all twelve sets:
The twelve transfer sheets:
And finally, a quick look at how the sheets were stapled into the cards. The backgrounds are identical to the L61 backgrounds, apart from being adapted for the Italian language (as discussed earlier).
Picture Credit: The SPLAT Scan Archives — with thanks to Andreas Wright
© Tom Vinelott 2016