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Buckley Deer Family



The Buckley Red Deer Family were released in the UK in 2010. They are all currently available (as of 2015). The male deer seem to have the ear colouring along the full length of the ear, the females only half way down, although cousin Jessica seems to be an exception.
The Buckley Family comprise: Listed
Rupert Father No
Agatha Mother Yes
Freddie Brother No
Maria Sister Yes
Millie Cousin Yes
Jessica Cousin No
Matthew Twin Baby Brother No
Lily Twin baby Sister No
Oscar Baby Brother No
Miranda Baby Sister No
Lucille Baby Brother No
Jessica as Patient Cousin Yes
  • Agatha Buckley Agatha Buckley Agatha Buckley is the head teacher at Berry Grove School. Even when she was little, Agatha was very academic and always had her homework finished long before her friends. Being very kind though, she always helped others once she had finished. But of course, she made sure it was all their own work as copying is cheating!
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  • Maria Buckley Maria Buckley Buckley sister  Maria is never happier than when in the water. She is a champion swimmer and has lots of badges on her swimming costume.
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  • Millie Buckley Millie  Buckley Buckley cousin Millie Buckley loves cycling and taking in the wonderful sights of Sylvania. As she cycles in the woods she likes to reference all the butterflies and birds she sees, and sometimes stops to take pictures. Then later on she sits down for a bite to eat from her lunch bag before heading off again!
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    • Jessica Buckley Jessica Buckley (Patient) Jessica Buckley figure, has bandaged ear and right arm in plaster. Needs nursing care!.
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      Collectable
Figures in grey boxes are deemed collectable as they are no longer available
Figures in green boxes are still currently available.
Figures are graded Excellent if totally original and without marks or blemishes
Figures graded Good may either lack an ancillary item (usually clothing) or not have an original one.
Figures graded Fair may lack clothing or not have original clothing and show some wear and tear.