This is the original Tomy figure. In Japan, it was sold individually in a blister pack. In other countries it was sold in a pack with the other legendary birds. It was later released with Pokémon Johto packaging around the time of the second Pokémon movie. In each English release it came with a round cardboard disc with information on Moltres.
Made from the same mould as the original Tomy, this is a “Monster Collection” figure.
Moltres’s second Monster Collection figure, this time with a brand new mould.
This is from the “Monster Collection Plus” series. It has the same mould as the second Monster Collection release, but has a grey base. Monster Collection Plus figures can also be connected to three different devices which were sold separately; the Moncolle Touch (to check a figure's abilities and stats), the Moncolle Trainer (to train a figure) and the Moncolle Battle Stage Plus (to battle with another Monster Collection Plus figure).
A buildable model of Moltres similar to Zukan figures (see below). It was part of a set which includes some other selected Legendary Pokémon.
This is a Moltres Zukan figure. “Zukan” means Pokédex in Japanese; the figure is scaled 1/40 of its Pokédex size and is made by Tomy. Over time, many sets of Zukan have been released, but Moltres didn’t get one until well after the other legendary birds had been released.
The first 251 Pokémon were made into rather tiny figurines called "Mystery Pack Figures". They are recognised by the small rectangular hole they each have in the bottom.
These figures are called “in-case figures” because they are displayed in a plastic case. Each Pokémon has a blue, green and red base variant. They also connect together side by side and vertically!
These are called "Full Colour Stadium" figures. I'm pretty sure all of the first 151 Pokémon got at least one, with the more popular ones getting a couple of different poses. Sometimes there were clear variations of Pokémon, like the Moltres ones above. They were released in the late 1990s by Bandai.
Another Full Colour Stadium figure. I'm pretty sure this one only came as a clear version.
The third Moltres Stadium Figure. The flame wrapped around it is detachable.
Moltres Museum figure. These replaced Full Colour Stadiums with the release of the Gold and Silver Pokémon.
Chou Get later replaced Museum figures. These are currently still being released in sets, and most are even available in countries outside of Japan through gacha machines. Moltres was released in a set celebrating Pokémon’s 10th birthday.
These are commonly known as Pokédex figures. It has the same mould as the Chou Get. Also made by Bandai.
Coloured figures called mini models made by Bandai. They are made from the same mould as the original Full Colour Stadium figures.
These clear figures each came in a plastic Pokédex case. Not sure if there are more colours available. Made by Bandai.
Often called “Keshimon”, these metal figures are extremely tiny. Moltres is only about a centimetre tall. They are made by a company called EnSky.
Metal figures that come in a variety of colours. These are made by a company called Kyodo.
This figure is made of plastic, but has metallic paint. The front and back of the figure are detachable.
Tiny Moltres figures, about the same size as the Keshimon. The first three are hard plastic, and the yellow one is made of rubber.
A larger figure by Bandai. It has a rubbery feel to it.
This is a poseable Moltres figure, also by Bandai. Its wings rotate and it can also move its head.
A very large figure called a Tomy DX figure. It is made of hollow plastic. Its wings and tail move.
A Moltres action figure made by Hasbro. When you press the buttons on its wings, it shoots out fire! 8D
Kids are hollow, plastic figures sold in a box with a piece of candy and a sticker. They are made by Bandai and have been released in many sets dating back to the Red and Blue days of Pokémon. This was the first Moltres kid to be released.
A kid from another older set.
Some kid sets also had a clear variation of each Pokémon, like in the set with this Moltres.
A Moltres kid from the FireRed/LeafGreen set.
Another Moltres kid from the 5th Diamond and Pearl set.
This is a DX kid. They are a little larger than normal kids.
This is a Moltres coin bank made by Banpresto. The other legendary birds were also in this set.
A put-together Moltres model. The plastic it’s made of is quite brittle, but it’s nonetheless a nice figure. It's made by Bandai.
This is a Moltres pencil topper by Bandai. The translucent fire makes it a really cool looking figure! It also came with a tiny sticker.
Moltres suction cap figure made by Bandai. There were a lot of different Pokémon that got one of these figures.