The Rolling Stones, Rosa Parks and ‘The Golden Girls’ are now Fisher-Price Little People collectibles

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Fisher-Price has launched three new Little People collections that adults may appreciate more than kids.

On Tuesday, miniature toy versions of the legendary rock band The Rolling Stones, civil rights trailblazer Rosa Parks and iconic TV series “The Golden Girls” were announced for sale.

The Rolling Stones set features original band members – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and the late Charlie Watts – with their instruments.

The 2.5-inch-tall figures come in a package with fun stage graphics and the band’s iconic “tongue and lips” emblem.

The Inspiring Women collection celebrate what the longtime toymaker refers to as female role models and trailblazing women from American history.

Alongside Parks, aviator Amelia Earhart, astronaut Sally Ride and poet Dr. Maya Angelou are included in the limited edition set.

Another exciting new set replicates “The Golden Girls” and designed “with each character’s vibrant and distinctive look” from the 1980 sitcom that starred Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty.

Each set costs $19.99.

“The Golden Girls” set is available to purchase starting Sept. 27 at major retailers, while The Rolling Stones set is available Monday exclusively on Amazon.

The Inspiring Women set will follow, dropping exclusively at Target on Oct. 3.

The sets join previous Little People Collectors sets inspired by “The Office,” “Lord of the Rings” and The Beatles.

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