Mini-Toons

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Sodecor Smash i Trasferibilli

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.

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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:

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The front covers of all twelve sets:

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The twelve transfer sheets:

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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).

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Picture Credit: The SPLAT Scan Archives — with thanks to Andreas Wright