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Many collectors of R&L avoid collecting this series because it is plain and unappealing when compared to Crater Critters or Tooly Birds. But I have them because the Secret Stencils are such a peculiar series. It is unique amongst all the other R&L sets because this is the set in which the greatest variation between pieces occurs. That is obvious because of the subject matter associated with the set. When one takes a look at some of the subject matter in the Kellogg's stencils it should be no surprise that because of various regional differences in Kellogg's mascots there had to be changes. For instance Coco the Monkey is not known around the world and neither is Tusk Tusk the elephant.

The numbers below the picture are the production numbers for the set. Each stencil has this marked on the plastic along with the "R&L Co" trademark and "Melbourne".

Click on any of the stencils below to see what picture it will make.


57-1


57-2


57-3


57-4


57-5


57-6


57-7


57-8


57-9

And see the different variations and other Kellogg's Mascot sets which I do not have an example of the stencil by clicking here.


Secret Stencil
Animal #1


Secret Stencil
Animal #2


Secret Stencil
Animal #3


Secret Stencil
Animal #4


Secret Stencil
Animal #5


Secret Stencil
Animal #6


Secret Stencil
Animal #7


Secret Stencil
Animal #8


Secret Stencil
Animal #9


Secret Stencil
Animal #10

Stencil Colors

Red
Blue
White
Lavender
Green
Tan
Orange

And of course any of the B&W line drawings above mean that I do not have one of that piece in my collection. Craig Hall who's written an invaluable reference book on Australian Cereal Toy Premiums made the drawings. If you have any extra Secret Stencils that I need please contact me by e-mail. Thanks, Astronit@earthlink.net

My Want List

Cereal Premiums

R&L Co