Kinder Smurfs
1980 Mini-Parade
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Camera
darker blue
Camera
lighter blue
Lantern
dark blue
Laughing
bright blue
Lemonade
IceCream
Playing the Flute
missing flute
Telephone
Candle
Flower
Vanity

While the smurfs usually are not fakes, the accessories can be easily faked.  As you can
see with my flute smurf, the accessories are often lost and new ones are put with the
smurfs to "complete" them.
Even though the smurfs figures are not fakes, there are some rare paint variations
within this series, which can be easily created by overpainting the more common one.
To read and see pictures of variations of this particular series, please click
here
The information is in German but the pictures are universal :) The information found on
that website will also help you to recognize repainted smurfs.

Note: I don't know if the Kinder smurfs pictured on this page are repainted or rare. My goal is to have one of
each figure for a complete series, and as of right now, I am not looking at variations or examples of fakes.
This doesn't mean I won't keep variations if I happen to get one
Papa
unpainted mouth
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Playing the Flute
with original flute
Camera
light blue
Lantern
light blue
Laughing
dull blue
Laughing
spray paint
IceCream
Candle
unpainted tail
Telephone
Papa
Shy
dull blue
Shy
Telephone
dark blue, no tongue