Toy Duck (New Horizons)

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Type of miscellaneous furniture Toy Duck Furniture NH Inv Icon.png
Toy Duck
Variation shown: Yellow
Buy price Sell price
 320 Bells
 290 Poki
 80 Bells
Height Size
Boy 1 NH Silhouette.png
1.0 x 1.0 1.0 × 1.0
Obtain via  Nook's Cranny
 Paradise Planning office
Customize  Cyrus:  1,000 Bells
Variations 6 variations
HHA themes Public Bath / Bathroom
HHA points 103
Variations
Toy Duck's Yellow variant
Toy Duck's Purple variant
Toy Duck's Pink variant
Toy Duck's Black variant
Toy Duck's White variant
Toy Duck's Blue variant
Names in other languages
 アヒルのおもちゃ
 鸭子玩具
 canard en plastique
 patito de goma
 paperella giocattolo
 резиновая утка
 고무 오리
 鴨子玩具
 canard en plastique
 patito de goma
 Spielzeugente
 badeendje

The Toy Duck is a miscellaneous furniture item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 2.0 Free Update. As a miscellaneous item, it can be placed on either the ground or on the surfaces of tables and other similar furniture items that have surfaces for items.

The Toy Duck can be obtained from either Nook's Cranny for  320 Bells or the Paradise Planning office for  290 Poki. The item's color can be customized by Cyrus at Harv's Island for  1,000 Bells.

No villagers have this item in their home.

In Happy Home Paradise, this item is unlocked for use in designing when doing a vacation home request for Bangle‎‎, Bill‎‎, Bones‎‎, Bud‎‎, Chelsea‎‎, Dizzy‎‎, Flip‎‎, Joey‎‎, Lionel‎‎, Lucy‎‎, Mallary‎‎, Opal‎‎, Poppy‎‎, Rocket‎‎, Scoot‎‎, Stitches‎‎, Sylvia‎‎, and Victoria‎‎.

After unlocking this item in Happy Home Paradise, the item can be purchased from Wardell's catalog.

Variations

The Toy Duck has 6 variations.

Yellow
 
Yellow

 
Orange

Purple
 
Purple

 
Orange

Pink
 
Pink

 
Yellow

Black
 
Black

 
Yellow

White
 
White

 
Yellow

Blue
 
Blue

 
Yellow

Toy Duck (Yellow) NH Icon.png Toy Duck (Purple) NH Icon.png Toy Duck (Pink) NH Icon.png Toy Duck (Black) NH Icon.png Toy Duck (White) NH Icon.png Toy Duck (Blue) NH Icon.png

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