How do I know if my Disney pin is limited edition?

How do I know if my Disney pin is limited edition?

Things To Look For: Disney Pin Trading Logo – is an indicator of a real pin. Prongs – look to either side of pin back and you should see prongs, these keep the black rubber mickey head in place on official pins. Raised Front – the front of the pin should not be completely smooth, some texture is usually felt.

What are the most valuable pins?

10 Rarest and Most Valuable Disney Pins Ever Created

  • Super Jumbo Maleficent Dragon Gate Pin.
  • Donald Duck Watch Pin.
  • Ariel Carousel Limited Edition 100 Pin – 2003.
  • 50 Year Service Award Pin.
  • Red Queen Pre Production Prototype.
  • Journey Through Time: Portals of Time & Magic Set – Blue Fairy.
  • Dream Jeweled Mickey Mouse Pin.

What is the biggest hidden Mickey?

Mickey’s Forest is Disney’s largest Hidden Mickey.

What is a chaser pin?

A chaser is basically a pin released with some form of variation to the original pin design, that are more limited in numbers, and more difficult to get. For example, the Pixar mystery pins….each set of 4 has a chaser set featuring the same picture, but with a variation to the regular limited release pins.

What does ISO mean in pin trading?

In Search Of
ISO (In Search Of)

Can you trade fake Disney pins?

These pins are not authorized Disney and are not tradable in the parks. Some collectors will trade for them though depending on the design and edition size. Unfortunately, a bulk of what you find on pin boards and cast lanyards are scrappers or fakes.

What does AP mean on Disney pin?

Artist Proof Pins: An Artist Proof pin, or AP pin, is a pin that is used to verify details of a pin before it is released to the public. Generally, 24 AP pins will be created for each pin produced. If a pin is of a lower edition size, the number of AP pins made may be lower.