By the early 1970s, the demand for Disneykin figures by Marx was on the wane. The company ceased production of the line in 1973. Yet, that doesn't mean there weren't warehouses of these guys still waiting to be sold.
"Disneykin play characters are here!" This advertisement ran in comic books in 1972. Two separate 16-piece sets were being offered for $2.98 each. Or if you bought all 32 for $5.98, they'd throw in two free bonus figures. Snow White and all of the dwarfs are pictured in Set B. Postage and handling was just 25¢/order. There's no mention of Marx. Instead, these sets were being offered by Gandalf Products Co. of NYC, a novelty warehouse retailer.
An ad from a 1974 comic book. Note the figures are now pictured in illustrations rather than actual photos. Plus the shipping charge rose to 50¢.
Another from 1974, found in Tarzan #229, DC Comics. The warehouse seller is now listed as Saddle Valley Sales, Inc of NJ.