Toltoys Mailers

Picture of Frank Mewes

Frank Mewes


Country of origin: Australia

It is worth noting that all Toltoys mailers came with Palitoy baggies as I believe Palitoy supplied them for these offers & as with the Palitoy one they came simply in a box with the baggie, no paperwork at all, but the 4-LOM was issued with a Kenner baggie, assumed to have been issued before Palitoy bag stocks were available like the early Palitoy issued mailers (Fett).

There is also a confirmed 3rd box font style of the Toltoys mailers for at least the 4-Lom & possibly the Nien Nunb, it differs significantly in terms of the printing on the box, sadly I do not have an image available I am able to share publicly.


NOTE that the 4-Lom was issued in a Kenner logo baggie unlike all other TT mailers, it is speculated that this is due to production of TT’s baggies (same style used by palitoy) had not started at the time this offer was available & they were supplied Kenner baggies for the first available mail away offer they ran.

Admiral Ackbar

Palitoy-b baggie, please NOTE – it would seem the Ackbar mailer was only ever issued with the plain white overstock box rather than the one with the printed address info as was previously considered (& shown here) for the for the Paul’s Ice Cream promotion, thanks to James Kenneison for the confirmation.

Other info as to where the Ackbar offer came in also courtesy of Robert Heron –

Seems he was never offered on a cardback & this is the way it was found – It was advertised on ice block wrappers (Lollies) by the company Paul’s (in conjunction with Toltoys), and never advertised on any card back, see below photos –

Nien Nunb

Please NOTE that Nien Nunb was available with 2 font styled mailers (possibly even 3), large & smaller font version.

Survival Kit

Boxes shown with Toltoys sticker, would have had the same palitoy baggies in them as the palitoy examples (see palitoy mailer section)

List of cardback offers courtesy of Robert Heron –

41-A with the survival kit offer
41-D with the 4-LOM offer
45-A with the display arena offer
47-A with the 4-LOM offer
65-B with the Nien Nunb offer (in both ‘Revenge’ and ‘Return’ labels on the front).


Special thanks to these contributors for their knowledge and image contributions:

Laurence Dyer, Arnaud Heyser, Andrew Neo, AJ, Snaggletooth, Kevin Bletsoe, Brett Meyer, DEL, Gary Borbidge, Edd Grant, Chris Eddleman, Vince Hely, Nathan Maunder, Jamie Woollard, Niels Pit, Andrew MacLachlan, cantina_patron, Franck Gadal, Joe, Richard Temple, Sven Schneider, Steve Savory, Shane Carter, Chris Fawcett, Andy Clarke, psybertech, Jake Neilheisel, Alex Pardi, Marc Caraway, Spookedhippy, Frank Ferro, James Body, Jonathan Freeman, Grant Criddle, Chris Arbizzani, RobbieZombbie, Narayan S. Naik, Mark Yeo, SHAWN_K, Andy Raymond, MOMIKE, theguiltyone, Sublevel Studios, Mike Silver, Mr Palitoy, Ronny Anngren, Willem-Jan Bos, Robert Heron, Darren H, REBELALLIANCE, Uncle Ron, LandoSkiff (Dan), Mike Horn, Pat O’Brien, Benjamin, Samir Krim, Pete Fizke, Final Frontier, Mike Heel, MR KENNER, Chris Fawcett, John Kellerman, Paul Naylor, Matthieu Barthelemy, Stéphane Faucourt, Andy Clarke, Yogi, Chris Simmons, Stormtrooper37, Robert Heron, Thomas Derby, Todd G, Sheldon Wagstaffe, Derek Ho, Broc Walker, Adam Marks, James Gallo, Charles Jones, Darrell Johnson & Brendi Burton, Christian Somma, Johnpaul Ragusa, Jesse Cedar Soberman, Dorothée Drouin Franck Gada, Dennis Hall.

Photos in the guide galleries below are compiled from a number of photo sources. It’s not been possible to find credits for each one, however, if you own one of the featured images and want to have your credit added, or don’t wish to have your photo included, please let me know and I’ll arrange.

Thanks, Chihuahua.