Other Sockels
American Sockel Box
The Tennis smurfette on
the sockel is more than
likely glued to the wrong
sockel, as this sockel
usually has the
congratulation smurf on it.
box is more than likely
glued to the wrong music
box, as the music box
usually has a different
smurf on it
This Promo sockel looks genuine at first glance and the
correct smurf is on it. I bought it for much money on
detached and not even together with the soccer ball.
You are also able to see where the soccer ball is glued
to the sockel. So, even though there is a geniune
sockel like this available, this is a handmade one.
Always be careful before buying sockels if you are
interested in only  genuine articles.

It is hard to know which are the genuine sockels, and
there are collectors who will only accept official
Schleich catalogues as proof  for the authenticity of a
sockel.
One such collector is David from England, who has a lot
of sockels and an outstanding website showing his
sockels and also detailing which have been proven to
be genuine.
Here is the link to his site for further information
regarding sockels

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