Preview of the first image of BEIJING OLMYPICS 2008, FULL SET OF FIVE OFFICIAL MASCOTS.

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The official mascot set bought at the Olympics in Beijing in 2008.
The five mascots (the Fuwa, literally 'good-luck dolls') are in the original, unopened box, and have not been touched.
The designs were created by the famous Chinese artist, Han Meilin.
The five are: BEIBEI, JINGJING, HAUANHUAN, YINGYING & NINI (which, as a sentence in Mandarin, means Welcome to Beijing), and each one is about 25cm tall.
They represent Chinese symbols: Beibei is the Fish; JingJing is the Giant Panda;
Huanhuan is Fire, the Olympic Torch; Yingying is the Tibetan Antelope; and, Nini is the Swallow.
They also represent the Olympic Rings, the Feng Shui elements, and Prosperity, Happiness, Passion, Health, Good Fortune.
They are very rare generally, and more so in this mint, boxed, untouched condition.
ALSO INCLUDED is an unopened, still wrapped in cellophane, DVD of Beijing 2008, The Opening Ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games.

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Advert Type
Private Advert
Era
2000s