The Museum of Figurine was born out of the collecting passion of Giuseppe Panini, founder of the famous Panini company together with his brothers. Since the beginning of his entrepreneurial activity, Giuseppe collected hundreds of thousands of small prints from all over the world, similar to the figurine in terms of technique or function. The collection grew to such an extent that in 1986 it became a museum within the company itself. The museum was opened to the public in 2006. In its six cabinets, six large albums to leaf through retrace the entire history of the figurine from its beginnings to the present day: 2,500 pieces including prints and original objects, part of the museum's holdings of some 500,000 specimens. In addition to the actual cards, there are also collections of cigarette cards, cigar bands, barber's calendars and letter seals.