There were a number of Iznogoud toys and items for children produced over the years. Below are details on a few of those items:
In 2004, the outstanding French statuette company Leblon-Delienne produced an Iznogoud Collection consisting of two figurines. Iznogoud was limited to 1500 pieces, and the Caliph was limited to 777 pieces.
IZNOGOUD PVC FIGURINES
In 1995, four figurines were produced in France by Ideal Toys that were based more on the cartoon version of Iznogoud. They are trademarked by Saban, the company that produced the animated series.
Here are the four figurines in their packages:
IZNOGOUD FAST FOOD PREMIUMS
In 1997, Quick (a French fast food chain) made 3 different Iznogoud "happy meal" style toys. Each toy came with one figurine character, one plastic standee character, and a plastic action stand. Here are the figurines of the good Caliph, Dilat Larath, and Iznogoud:
And here are two of the toy sets in their bags, along with the instruction sheet:
IZNOGOUD PORCELAIN FIGURINES
There are two sets of porcelain Iznogoud figurines, called "fèves" (charms) in French.
The first set came with the following figurines (left to right):
Brigand 1 (Bandit 1), Iznogoud 1, Touriste 1, Dilat Laraht
[sic], Iznogoud 2
Touriste 2, Esclave (Slave), Fakir, Brigand 2 (Bandit 2), Calife Haroun
The second set came with the following figurines (left to right):
Le Dromadare (Camel), Haroun al Poussah, Iznogoud, La Conteuse du Palais (The Palace Storyteller) , Le Sultan Pullmankar
Le Garde (Guard), Le Fakir, La Fée Olé (The Fairy Olé), Le Glouk (Caveman Glouk), Dilat Larath
IZNOGOUD PLUSH TOYS
There were at least two Iznogoud plush toys produced. The first one below was made in France by Ideal Toys in 1996 as a tie-in to the cartoons.
The second one is very similar, but features a toothy grin and fuzzy beard, and was produced in 1997 in Germany by Michael Mühleck GmbH:
While not exactly under the heading of "toys", this Isnogud bedding was made for kids in Germany:
IZNOGOUD BOARD GAMES
Here are two Isnogud board games from Germany by N&W Spiele. The first is called "Endlich Kalif?!" (Finally Caliph?!), and the other is "Der Doppelte Isnogud" (Doubled Iznogoud).
Two French 280-piece puzzles from the 1970s, 1 and 2 of a series of 3.
A 26-piece puzzle (3 of 3?), Dargaud and Editions Heritage versions:
Three French puzzles by Jeux Nathan from 1995, 1 2 and 3 of a series of 3: