Collectable and Pre-Owned Sylvanian Families.
Captain Horatio Seadog first appeared in 1993, using the same mould as the earlier Urban Life Tan Dog Family in Japan. He
was eventually joined by a family, usually as special sets.
|The Sea Dog family comprise:-
Captain Horatio is a very popular character, with an old blue peaked cap, threadbare sailors uniform and a big smile. Give him the chance and he will
sit for hours telling tales of the seven seas! All his stories are of pirates and great adventures, with him cast as the hero. His 'Motley Crew'
as he calls them love to spend their weekends sitting in with him hearing the same stories over and over again, not that they are exactly the same!
Jane Seadog has been the wife of Captain Horatio Seadog for many a long year, more years than she cares to mention. Jane fell in love with the dashing, young naval officer the
first time that she laid eyes on him! Although they are happily married, Jane does get lonely when the Captain goes on his far away voyages. However, as soon as he returns home, they
love nothing better than strolling arm in arm through Sylvania.
Drake is determined to become a sailor, just like his father, Horatio. He loves playing at being a pirate
with his friends and naturally, he always takes the role of Captain. As he stands on his make-believe deck he loves to shout ''Slice the Mainbrace'',
as he waves his make-believe sword, although he doesn't have a clue what it means!
Original sea chest that came with the captain. Hinged top with "lock", plenty of room for
the captain's effects, not to mention treasure. (Supplied empty!)
Measures 65 mm wide, 40 mm deep and 45 mm high.
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.
Adults are 95 mm high, children are 80 mm high.