Here are all of the items that didn't readily fit into one of the other categories.
These cards were sold through vending machines. This one is from a series of Western stars, publisher unknown. It is the size of a postcard with a blank back.
This arcade card was issued by the Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago. It is the same size as the prior card and also has a blank back.
Remember when school kids would put covers on their text books?
This pin-back button is from Australia.
What could be better than this? Zorro, candy and a toy all in one neat package. It even has a comic strip on the back! Produced by the Super Candy Novelty Co. Known boxes include the stories "Señor Zorro" and "Ghost of the Mission"
This paper cigar band is from candy or gum cigars - imagine trying to market these today! While this is the first one of these I have seen from Zorro, I do have others from different series.
There were several different Disney character erasers sold in a set. This is the only Zorro one.
Bantam sold three different Zorro flashlights. In addition to the two shown here, a third was designed to be worn on the wrist, and featured three different colors of light.
This hand puppet was manufactured by Gund. It was also sold in a boxed set with accessories.
Modelers could build this plastic copy of Zorro and Tornado. Aurora catalog #801.
This set of four pictures for oil painting was sold by Hassenfeld Bros., which is perhaps better known as Hasbro.
I'm sure this pencil case was a big hit with school kids! From Hasbro.
Who hasn't enjoyed a piece of Pez candy over the years?
This pin is from Walt Disney World, circa 2001. Disney has released several other pins with their characters in Zorro costumes.
Another product from Hasbro. This one allowed you to transfer pre-printed pictures of Zorro onto other surfaces.
Pre-printed with images from the series, these Sun Pictures were developed by exposing them to sunlight.
This velvet painting kit was from Hasbro, catalog #2821, and was sold in 1966. It contains two pictures.