Chronicle Collectibles Debuts ‘Outlander’ Merch

The “Outlander” collectibles were on display at NY Toy Fair.
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February 26, 2020


Chronicle Collectibles and Sony Pictures Consumer Products has debuted a new line of collectibles inspired by the TV and book series “Outlander.” 

Products debuted at NY Toy Fair. The collection includes a series of holiday ornaments featuring the show’s main characters with symbols and crests.

“We’re thrilled to collaborate with Sony Pictures Consumer Products to create our very special Outlander collection,” says Jared Chapman, creative director, Chronicle Collectables. “Being huge fans of the show ourselves and romantics at heart, we wanted to explore Outlander in a way that feels achingly similar to when Claire is reminiscing about her time in Scotland with her lost love, Jamie. I think we can all relate to Claire when she visits a place and feels those overwhelmingly powerful emotions that come roaring back. Hers are just magnified on a completely different level with the whole centuries of time factoring in. So, as we've been watching Outlander, we've been looking for iconic things that trigger those special memories.”


fans of both the TV and book series, Chronicle will be offering a pair of “Outlander” bookends which depict Jamie and Claire, each on either side of one of the stones at Craigh Na Dun.

“Chronicle Collectibles is known for the care and attention they take in the creation of each and every product they offer,” says Jamie Stevens, external vice president, worldwide consumer products, Sony Pictures Consumer Products. “We are confident that Outlander fans will fall in love with Chronicle’s debut line of products as collectibles that can be cherished for years to come.”

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