Note from Abby: I have never seen another example of the store display pictured here. This piece was acquired via eBay in two separate auctions, years apart.
The distinctive yellow cardboard sign, a rarity in itself, was purchased first (for $20). When the cardboard sign arrived it was in an old Marx Factory manila envelope (labeled "Demonstrator," which usually means store display). Buried deep in the envelope was a printed instruction sheet illustrating how to assemble a strange never-before-seen multi-tiered Marx Twistables store display.
Years later, by sheer chance, an odd painted wooden stand with Marx Twistable figures glued on it caught my attention on eBay. Because it appeared to be homemade, the bidding was much lower than it could have been. When the figure stand arrived, there was a notch on the top of the center wooden pole. The yellow cardboard Twistavles sign purchased years earlier slipped effortlessly into the notch, completing the piece. The original instruction sheet which came with the cardboard sign was my first clue that such a disply existed. (More information on Twistables will appear in future editions of Disneykins.com)