This site isn't very "pretty".  It's not very sophisticated either.  I don't have a whole lot of free time.  I'd rather spend what little time I have researching Jiminy Cricket PEZ rather than creating a fancy-schmancy web page.

I'm relatively new to the world of PEZ.  If I had any as a kid, my brothers and I would have destroyed them long ago.  I bought my first PEZ (a Panda) in 1998 while waiting to adopt my first daughter from China.  Prior to that, I had been collecting Jiminy Crickets.  I bought my first Jiminy PEZ (MIB) from John LaSpina in 2000.  A few years later, I started concentrating on Jiminy Cricket PEZ.  I soon found out about the world of variations.  First, was the patent #'s, then the countries, then IMC's, and so on, and so on.  What consititutes a variation appears to be up to the individual.  Some people will only look at Jiminy's head and say that he has no variations since outwardly, the heads all look the same.  At the other end of the spectrum, some will look at the different mold numbers on the base of the inner sleeve as separate variations.  I fall somewhere in between, though closer to the later type.  I've tried to document everything that could be considered a variation.  If I've missed something, please let me know.

I've tried to use the "pez-collecting" jargon as much as I could.  In some cases, I've had to make up my own words and terms.  If I've used the wrong language somewhere, please let me know.  I'm always trying to learn.

I'm always looking for parts and complete Jiminy dispensers.  E-mail me at arthur[ if you have somthing to sell.

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