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|aliases = The Von Duckensteins
 
|aliases = The Von Duckensteins
|species = Anthropomorphic Ducks
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|species = [[Anthropomorphic Duck|Anthropomorphic Ducks]]
 
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|in = ''[[Duckenstein]]''
 
|in = ''[[Duckenstein]]''
 
|index= '''''[[:Category:Duckenstein_Parents_stories|Duckenstein Parents stories]]'''''
 
|index= '''''[[:Category:Duckenstein_Parents_stories|Duckenstein Parents stories]]'''''
}}'''Mr avon Duckenstein''' and '''Mrs von Duckenstein''' née '''von Duck''', the '''Duckenstein Parents''', were a male and female anthropomorphic duck, respectively.
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}}'''Mr avon Duckenstein''' and '''Mrs von Duckenstein''' née '''von Duck''', the '''Duckenstein Parents''', were a male and female [[Anthropomorphic Duck|anthropomorphic duck]], respectively.
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
 
Originally from [[Geneva]], these two wealthy 18th century socialites spent most of their lives traveling all through Europe. They had a son, [[Victor von Duckenstein]], whom they placed in the care of his uncle [[Scrooge von Duck]].
 
Originally from [[Geneva]], these two wealthy 18th century socialites spent most of their lives traveling all through Europe. They had a son, [[Victor von Duckenstein]], whom they placed in the care of his uncle [[Scrooge von Duck]].

Latest revision as of 02:15, July 12, 2019

Mr avon Duckenstein and Mrs von Duckenstein née von Duck, the Duckenstein Parents, were a male and female anthropomorphic duck, respectively.

DescriptionEdit

Originally from Geneva, these two wealthy 18th century socialites spent most of their lives traveling all through Europe. They had a son, Victor von Duckenstein, whom they placed in the care of his uncle Scrooge von Duck.

Behind the scenesEdit

The Duckenstein Parents briefly appear in the 2016 story Duckenstein.

As the story is one of the Grandi Parodie, they serve as the story's equivalents to the secondary characters of the original Frankenstein parents. The original Frankensteins were not noted to be constant travelers, nor did they abandon their son to a relative.

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