The History Of Pocket Dragons
Pocket Dragons are a range of Collectible range of figurines designed by Real Musgrave. He designed the Pocket Dragon range in the for of figurines, oranaments, flat artwork and several works of art.
There are over 400 Pocket Dragons in the collectible range as of 2006. The story of the Pocket Dragon goes back to a limited set of black and white drawings done by Real Musgrave in the mid-1970s, depicting a small dragon in the pocket of a tweed sport jacket.
The first set of Pocket Dragon figurines went on sale in June 1989, and included twenty-seven of the figures. They were produced in Stoke-on-Trent, England.
In May 2006 the distributor Collectible World Studios went into receivership due to high debts and ceased trading. So far, the production and distribution of what would be the last Pocket Dragon pieces is uncertain. Since then the official website and the website of the distributor are no longer online. Xystos, a company linked with the Collectables (Fine Glass and China) LTD company bought CWS later that year.
This makes the Pocket Dragons cery collectible items for any age of person and are a fun to look at.