Q: I have a set of 34 hand-painted Disneykins that my brother got me back in the late ’60s–early ’70s. They are in a cardboard windowed showcase. The original sticker is on them for $2.98 and they were bought at G.C. Murphey’s. Can you tell me their value?
Felicia, Hardy, VA.
A: There were more than 100 different Disneykins (tiny Disney characters) produced by Louis Marx and Company under license from Disney. The sets of 34, which came together in a box, frequently turn up for sale on eBay, so you can check out prices there. Half a dozen sets are being offered as I write this.