The Adventures of Indiana Jones Action Figure
About This Vintage Toy
Produced by Kenner in 1982, there were 5 total 3.75″ action figures released in series 1. Being the romantic lead, the Marion Ravenwood action figure served as the heroine in the series, allowing children to craft their own elaborate rescue missions, possibly as Marion being the rescuer! The action figure featured 5 points of articulation including the neck, shoulders, and hips. Marion’s ceremonial dress gave flare and feminine beauty to our damsel, while her trusty monkey sidekick featured further stories for kids of the early 80s. Collectors may find the dress to be stained on the market or blemishes and paint removal on the action figure’s hands. This action figure, is considered the most rare, and hardest to find in the series.
The action figure came with a lace dress, action figure stand and street monkey. The dress fitted around Marion’s waist and the monkey was used as an added plot device. The value of the accessories alone is often worth more than the figure itself, Depending on the mint condition of the action figure.
The original card back featured a 4 back “collect them all” Advertisement on the back of the card and also displayed additional optional playsets available to purchase. Also, the original series one release displayed a free “mail away” action figure offer which was available with several Kenner proof of purchase. This particular offer for a series one was for a free mail-away version of the Belloq action figure in ceremonial robe. NOTE: Collectors that have the original card back offer increased value to the collectible. (MWC = Mint with card) If the card back still has a bubble intact, that also increases the value. If the action figure is factory sealed on the original card, (MOC= Mint on card) then collectors can obtain the most value from that particular item.
The 1981 -83 Kenner Indiana Jones TV Commercial
Collector’s Price Guide
How To Use This Price Guide
MLC = “Mint Loose Condition” This is when the action figure or Vehicle is in excellent condition, and is loose and “complete” with all original accessories, but without the packaging and original included paperwork.
MIB = “Mint in box” This is when the collectible is in excellent condition, and is loose and “complete” with all original accessories and original included paperwork.
MWC = “Mint with Card Back” This is when an action figure os is excellent condition, and is loose and “complete” with all original accessories, however included the original card back fully intact. If the original blister bubble is intact, It can bring additional value depending on the condition of the blister bubble.
MISB = “Mint in Sealed Box” This is when the Collectible is in excellent condition, and is factory sealed and was never opened or used.
MOC = “Mint on card” This Is when the action figure is in excellent condition and is factory sealed and it’s original blister bubble and was never opened or used.
COMPLETE = “Complete” This is when the collectible is 100% complete with all of its accessories. Additional paperwork included with the original package does increase the overall value but does not necessarily consider the item complete
DISCLAIMER: All values are estimated by Retro Toy Quest and subject to change and discrepancy, depending on the advanced nature of any collector.