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  • We purchased the Playmobil Pirate Ship for our youngest child's sixth birthday. Even though it was still quite pricey, Rural King offered the lowest price online or in our local store and the free shipping was the bonus that sealed the deal. The ship arrived quickly, on time, and in great condition. The ship itself is of great quality and came with plenty of fun accessories. Our son loves it.

    We purchased the Playmobil Pirate Ship for our youngest child's sixth birthday. Even though it was still quite pricey, Rural King offered the lowest price online or in our local store and the free shipping was the bonus that sealed the deal. The ship arrived quickly, on time, and in great condition. The ship itself is of great quality and came with plenty of fun accessories. Our son loves it.

  • We purchased the Playmobil Pirate Ship for our youngest child's sixth birthday. Even though it was still quite pricey, Rural King offered the lowest price online or in our local store and the free shipping was the bonus that sealed the deal. The ship arrived quickly, on time, and in great condition. The ship itself is of great quality and came with plenty of fun accessories. Our son loves it.

    As I can't edit my post above and the titles of the attached pictures are not shown;

    1st picture: the 3940 ship on which the 5135 is based
    2nd picture: a model of the "Unicorn", based on the ship in Hergé's Tintin-comicbook (builder/owner unknown)
    3rd picture: a custom-version of the "Unicorn", made by Pascal Nereaud from two 5135 (or 3940) Playmobil ships

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    As I can't edit my post above and the titles of the attached pictures are not shown;

    1st picture: the 3940 ship on which the 5135 is based
    2nd picture: a model of the "Unicorn", based on the ship in Hergé's Tintin-comicbook (builder/owner unknown)
    3rd picture: a custom-version of the "Unicorn", made by Pascal Nereaud from two 5135 (or 3940) Playmobil ships

Playmobil Pirates Ship 5135 - Sears

Lockett told her 5-year-old son received the toy with a Playmobil pirate ship for his birthday. After working on putting the ship together, the mother made a startling discovery. The toy came with a shackle along with instructions on how to place it around its neck. The ship included a dungeon.