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OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES COLLECTION
MASCOTS
ALBERTVILLE 1992 TO TORINO 2006

PLEASE NOTE: All the mascots shown on this page are from my personal collection and are neither available for sale nor available for exchange/trade.

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MAGIC: ALBERTVILLE 1992 (France)
Magic, the small elf like a star, was designed by Philippe Mairesse to replace
the chamois officially presented for the closing ceremony at Calgary.

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tissue made height 47 cm

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plush height 29 cm

1992_albertville_olympic_mascot_magic_03
plush height 18,5 cm

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gold metal height 25 cm

HAAKON, KRISTIN: LILLEHAMMER 1994 (Norway)
1st mascots pair as human, Haakon and Kristin are 2 children from norwegian folklore.

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plush (Kristin) height 19 cm

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plush (Haakon) height 19 cm

NOKKI, LEKKI, TSUKKI, SUKKI: NAGANO 1998 (Japon)
At starting-point, the mascot imagined for the Nagano Games was a weasel named "snowple", then it was replaced by 4 small snow owls, the snowlets.

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plush (Lekki) height 15,5 cm

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plush (Nokki) height 15,5 cm(

1998_nagano_olympic_mascot_snowlet_tsukki_03
plush (Tsukki) height 15,5 cm

1998_nagano_olympic_mascot_snowlet_sukki_04
plush (Sukki) height 15,5 cm

POWDER, COAL, COPPER: SALT LAKE CITY 2002 (USA)
The mascots from american folklore were chosen for illustrate the Olympic Games motto, faster (citius) with Powder, the snowshoe hare, higher (altius) with Copper, the coyote and stronger (fortius) with Coal, the black bear. Designer Landor.

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plush (Copper) height 37 cm

2002_salt_lake_city_olympic_mascot_coal
plush (Coal) height 37 cm

2002_salt_lake_city_olympic_mascot_powder
plush (Powder) height 43 cm

GLIZ, NEVE: TORINO 2006 (Italy)
Designed by Pedro Albuquerque, the Torino's mascots present the supports of winter sports with Neve, the snowball and Gliz, the ice cube.

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plush (Gliz) height 22 cm

2006_torino_olympic_mascot_neve
plush (Neve) height 22 cm

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