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Dragon Mug
Dragon Mug #1
Added by:
Sherry Gottlieb
from Southern California on 02/09/2003

Dragon Mug #2
Added by:
Sherry Gottlieb
from Southern California on 02/16/2003

Dragon Mug #3
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THE RUMPH Webmaster
from Dallas, TX on 04/12/2003

Dragon Mug #4
Added by:
THE RUMPH Webmaster
from Dallas, TX on 04/12/2003

Dragon Mug #5
Added by:
THE RUMPH Webmaster
from Dallas, TX on 04/12/2003

Dragon Mug #6
Added by:
THE RUMPH Webmaster
from Dallas, TX on 04/12/2003

Dragon Mug #7
Added by:
Harry ''Bear'' Weintraub
from San Dimas, CA on 05/15/2004

Dragon Mug #8
Added by:
Harry ''Bear'' Weintraub
from San Dimas, CA on 05/15/2004

Dragon Mug #9
Added by:
Harry ''Bear'' Weintraub
from San Dimas, CA on 05/15/2004

Dragon Mug #10
Added by:
Jim Kelly
from Los Angeles on 10/24/2014

Dragon Mug

AKA: Iguana Cup

Small mug of dragon. 3.75" high, 7.25" nose to tail.

Produced: 1975
Rarity Ranking :
Added on: 02/09/2003
Added by: Sherry Gottlieb (email me!) from Southern California
Current Estimated Value in Excellent Condition: $175-$325


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i've seen this piece called "THE IGUANA" (see DEBELLING CATALOG) but a few years ago a seller called it something like "THE GREAT TWO-WHEELED SLIMY BEAST"...wish I had that exactly correct because it described the piece perfectly !
Added by TANKARDMAN1 from ROCHESTER,NY on 02/15/2003


I finally bought one of these (thanks TOPSWITCH ) in Nov. 2005 .As I already had two ALLIGATOR WRESTLERS , I was shocked to see how small the IGUANA is ! It's about 33% the size of A.W. A very nice piece however.
Added by TANKARDMAN1 from ROCHESTER,NY on 11/19/2005


Hard to see this detail, but the tongues are in a high gloss glaze to seem slimy.
Added by Jim Kelly from Los Angeles on 10/24/2014