MPC (Multiple Plastics Corporation, became in the 1970s Multiple Toymakers, a Division of Miner Industries) originally sold plastic figures in various colours with different separate accessories, so the same figures could be kitted out as soldiers (green), farmers, pioneers or cowboys (brown), policemen (blue), ski troopers (white) spacemen (various colours) or American Civil War soldiers in Blue and Grey.
In the late1950s and early 1960s MPC produced 60mm soft plastic figures known as "ringhands" because their hands had holes to accommodate a variety of accessories. Each guy was about 2 5/8 inches tall. There were Indians, cowboys, Civil War and Revolutionary War soldiers, frontiersmen, African warriors, G.I.s, cops, space explorers, firemen, etc.
What's your 'Mpc' worth? Here are some recently sold items (USA):
|Us Series 541 10 Dollar Replacement||06/2019||$5 900.00|
|Juniper Mx 3e 3d 3 For Mx240 Mx480 Mx960||07/2019||$4 995.00|
|Ricoh 6004ex C6004ex Color Copier||06/2019||$4 995.00|
|Ricoh 6502 C6502 Color Copier Printer||06/2019||$2 995.00|
|New Sealed Abb 3bse018160 R1 3bse018160||05/2019||$3 200.00|
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