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Matchbox originally a maker of Die Cast toy cars, became the US distributor for some Voltron and Robotech toys. Founded in England in 1953 by Lesney Products, the Matchbox Brand was sold in 1992 to Tyco, which in turn was bought out by Mattel in 1997. Matchbox now exists as a sub-brand under Mattel, but items in this list largely pertain to when Matchbox was its own company.

Matchbox was the first toy company to license Robotech toys. They are notable for releasing a VHS of two "new" episodes consisting of clips from Super Dimension Fortress Macross, called "Robotech Wars" both of which do not fit within the Robotech continuity.

Series 1

  • Rick Hunter
  • Lisa Hayes
  • Roy Fokker
  • Max Sterling
  • Miriya
  • Micronized Zentraedi
  • Dana Sterling
  • Zor Prime
  • Bioroid Terminator
  • Robotech Master
  • Scott Bernard
  • Rand
  • Rook Bartley
  • Lunk
  • Corg

8" FIGURES

  • Breetai
  • Exedore
  • Khyron
  • Dolza
  • Miriya
  • Armoured Zentraedi Warrior

Mecha

  • Armoured Cyclone
  • Veritech Fighter
  • Veritech Hover Tank
  • Tactical Battle Pod
  • Zentraedi Officer's Battle Pod
  • Excalibur MKVI
  • Gladiator
  • Spartan
  • Raider X
  • Bioroid Hovercraft
  • Bioroid Invid Fighter
  • Invid Scout Ship
  • Invid Shock Trooper
  • Zentraedi Power Armour Botoru
  • Zentraedi Power Armor Quadrono

Playsets

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ROBOTECH MATCHBOX

Based on the cartoon series which was comprised of 3 different Americanized anime sagas - The Macross Saga, The Robotech Masters and The New Generation. Fifteen 3 3/4" figures were produced along with six Zentraedi 6" figures. The SDF-1 playset is very tough to come by especially complete. The Super VF-1S Veritech Fighter and the Veritech Hover Tank are also sought after vehicles from the line. Rook Bartley and Lunk are the harder to find figures from the series. A set of 12" dolls with accessories as well as a "Collectors Series" of miniature mecha were produced .

The Matchbox line would later be reproduced in 1992 by Harmony Gold. Most of the figures have color variations which help differentiate between the two lines. Lynn Minimei was only produced by Harmony Gold and Lunk and Corg were only produced by Matchbox.

Visit The Robotech Museum for information on other Robotech toys.

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