Photo Galleries

  • Tins & Lids—Tin, pie pans, lids and any item that could be thrown as a flying disc. Frisbie's Pies tins are included in this gallery.
  • Other Non-Plastic—Mostly paper or cardboard flying discs, but anything that is not plastic that doesn't fit in the Tins & Lids gallery.
  • Flyin Saucers—Flyin Saucers throughout all its styles and makers (Pipco, SCP, RKI, etc.).
  • Space Saucers—Space Saucers throughout all its styles.
  • Pluto Platters—American Trends and Wham-O Pluto Platters of all styles.
  • Flying Saucers—Flying Saucers of all styles, and its derivatives (Jr. WFS, Speedy).
  • Spinning Plates—All antique discs that were designed to also be spun on a stick (whether stick was included or not).
  • Other Plastic—All other antique discs, including Sky Pie, It Came …, Sailing Satellite, Mars Platter, Jumping Jupiter, Zolar, Whiz-EEE, Magic Saucer, U1, PFI, Twirl-A-Boom, Holy Toledo, etc.
  • Brand X/Imperial—Brand X and Imperial discs.
  • Cosom—Cosom discs.
  • Concept Products Inc.—Concept Products Inc. and Continental Promotions Incorporated (CPI).
  • Destiny/Dynamic Disc—Two of the Jan Sobel companies. Note that this menu item shares the same gallery with the Dreamflights menu, another of Jan's companies.
  • Discraft—Discraft discs excluding disc golf discs (e.g. Sky-Pro, Sky-Styler, Ultra-Star, minis).
  • Dreamflights—Another of the Jan Sobel companies. Note that this menu item shares the same gallery with the Destiny/Dynamic Disc menu, other Sobel companies.
  • Innova—Innova discs excluding golf discs (e.g. Apple, Pulsar, Big Kahuna).
  • Positive Pyramids/Xaipros—Pyra-Discs and Stardiscs from Positive Pyramids, and XDISCs from Xaipros.
  • Precision Flytes—Precision Flytes discs, such as the ZZZ Flyer.
  • SportFlyers Unlimited—Tom Lander's MiniSport Flyers.
  • Wham-O—Includes standard stock/retail discs (except for golf discs) from Wham-O and its licensees (e.g. Irwin Toys, Towa Trading, Farusa-Denmark, Faulker). All Frisbee® discs are included here, even when made under the Kransco or Mattel names.
    • Pro—All Professional or Pro models.
    • All American—All American and All Canadian models.
    • Moonlighter—Moonlighter models.
    • Regular—Regular models.
    • Super Pro—Super Pro models, including Classics.
    • Master—Master models.
    • Minis—Mini models (2–4 inches)
    • Fastback—Fastback models.
    • World Class—World Class models (e.g. 97G, 119G, 141G, 165G) that are labeled as "World Class" models.
    • G-Series—All other stock/retail discs that are made from the same G-series molds as the World Class models.
    • HDX—All discs made of HDX plastic and/or are hot stamped with HDX.
    • Other Wham-O—All other Wham-O retail disc models.
  • International—Other discs manufactured outside the U.S. for general retail sales.
  • Games—Disc games.
  • Sport Rings—All brands of flying rings designed for high performance.
  • Other—Other U.S.-made discs. Note that if any maker's set of discs in this gallery grows to over 25 entries, it should be broken out into its own gallery.
  • Axiom Discs—Axiom golf discs.
  • Destiny/Dynamic Disc—Destiny and Dynamic Disc golf discs (Dynamic Disc was an early Jan Sobel company that produced discs such as the Puppy, and should not to be confused with Dynamic Discs).
  • Disc Golf Association—Disk Golf Association golf discs, including Midnight Flyers.
  • Discmania—Dismania golf discs.
  • Discraft—Discraft golf discs.
  • Dynamic Discs—Dynamic Discs golf discs (not to be confused with Dynamic Disc).
  • Gateway—Gateway golf discs.
  • Innova—Innova-Champion golf discs with sub-galleries by classification.
  • Latitude 64—Latitude 64 golf discs.
  • Legacy Discs—Legacy Discs golf discs.
  • Lightning—Lightning golf discs.
  • Millennium—Millennium golf discs.
  • MVP Disc Sports—MVP Disc Sports golf discs.
  • Prodigy Discs—Prodigy Discs golf discs.
  • Vibram—Vibram golf discs.
  • Westside Discs—Westside Discs golf discs.
  • Wham-O—Wham-O golf discs (note: Midnight Flyers are in the DGA gallery).
  • Other—Other golf discs. Note that if any maker's set of discs in this gallery grows to over 25 entries, it should be broken out into its own gallery.
  • Flying Pipes—Discs that have been designed as a smoking pipe of some kind.
  • Lighted—Lighted discs.
  • Mimetic—Discs molded to look like another object (e.g. cookie, ball, flying saucer, hat, bottle cap).
  • Multi-Piece—Discs constructed in multiple pieces.
  • Non-Plastic—Discs made of materials other than plastic.
  • Sonic—Discs that make noise.
  • Toy Rings—Flying rings that are designed as toys as opposed to high performance.
  • Other—Novelty discs that do not fit in other existing galleries.
  • Accomplishments—Discs that promote personal or group accomplishments.
  • Businesses—Discs that promote businesses of all sizes.
  • Calling Cards—Discs (typically minis) that provide personal contact information (aka business cards).
  • Consumer Products—Discs that promote any consumer product.
  • Disc Golf Courses—Discs that promote disc golf courses.
  • Entertainment—Discs that promote entertainment (music, movies, TV, sports, museums, etc.).
  • Events (non-disc related)—Discs that promote non-disc related events (e.g. World's Fair, auto show).
  • Food & Beverage—Discs that promote food products, beverages (non-alcoholic), eating establishments).
  • Holidays—Discs that celebrate holidays, Christmas, Halloween, Fourth of July, etc.
  • Locations—Discs that promote places (landmarks, parks, resorts, towns/states/countries, schools, etc.).
  • Personalized—Discs with personal announcements (e.g. weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, birth announcements).
  • Teams—Discs that promote demonstration teams and competitive freestyle, golf, and all around teams.
  • Tobacco & Alcohol—Discs that promote tobacco (smoke, chew) and alcohol (beer, wine, liquor).
  • Other—Discs that promote a person/place/thing that does not fit an existing category. If a substantial number of discs are known to exist for a specific subject, contact the gallery curator about possible gallery addition(s).
  • Ads—Advertisements related to flying discs or flying disc activities.
  • Articles—Articles published in mainstream press (i.e. not a disc-specific publication) related to flying discs, flying disc sports, or the people behind them.
  • Books—Books of any kind about flying discs or featuring flying disc activities.
  • Brochures—Brochures related to flying discs or disc sports, including instructional manuals, rules, tournament flyers, marketing brochures, etc.
  • Catalogs—Sales catalogs for flying discs and related items from manufacturers or retailers (e.g. Wright Life, Disc Wares, Disc Covering (Discovering) the World).
  • Documents—Flying disc-related documents, such as patents, contracts, legal documents, theses, government studies, etc.
  • Magazines—Magazines, newsletters, journals or other periodic publication related to flying discs or any disc sport(s).
  • Posters—Posters related to flying discs or flying disc tournaments/events.
  • Tournaments—Paperwork from tournaments (programs, player instructions, results, etc.).
  • Accessories & Jewelry—Includes flying disc-related pins, pendants, belt buckles, watches, patches, etc.
  • Apparel—T-shirts, jackets, hats, caps, headbands, shorts, socks, ties, and other wearables depicting flying disc subject matter.
  • Art & Crafts—Art or craft items depicting flying discs, disc sports, players, etc. Art may include drawings, paintings, sculptures, etc. Crafts include handmade items, quilts, miniatures, etc.
  • Awards—All forms of awards from tournaments, individual achievements, rating certifications, etc.
  • Bag Tags—Disc golf bag tags.
  • Discabilia—Disc sports-related memorabilia (e.g. signed discs).
  • Figurines & Ornaments—Consists of toy figures, Christmas ornaments, etc.
  • Photography—Quality photos of historical and/or compelling significance—people, places, events, and other notable subject matter.
  • Trading Cards—Flying disc-related trading cards (primarily disc golfers).
  • Other—Other miscellaneous flying disc items, such as license plates, stickers, decals, bricks, etc.

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