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A Question About Disney Pins from the early 2000's.

Discussion in 'Disney Merchandise, Pin Trading & Collectibles' started by disney1023, Sep 9, 2017.

  1. disney1023

    disney1023 Active Member

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    Hello! I just received a pin from the year 2000, and I was wondering what Disney use for pin backs back at that time. Where they the rubber Mickey's we have now, or where they some other type? A response would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. Retlaw Yensid

    Retlaw Yensid Member

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    I believe they were metal backs at that time. They were not the rubber Mickeys they use now.
     
  3. trainplane3

    trainplane3 Well-Known Member

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    I was going through my old 2000/pre 2000 pins a couple weeks ago. A lot of them had a rubber back but they were just plain circles, not Mickey shaped. I think sometime in the late 90s they switched from metal backs to rubber ones. Not sure though, I'm not a pin pro regardless of how many I own.
     
  4. ford91exploder

    ford91exploder Resident Curmudgeon

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    Depends, Some were the metal clips that you squeezed to release, some were round elastomer, The Mickey Heads were definitely after 2001 at least for the pin's I have I have a LOT of Disney pins (all bought at Disney) but I am by no means an expert on pins.
     
  5. disney1023

    disney1023 Active Member Original Poster

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    Ah, ok. You see, I'm no pin expert either, but I just wanted to know so I could figure out how to sell some of the older pins I had and what back I should use.
     
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  6. ford91exploder

    ford91exploder Resident Curmudgeon

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    I use the Pinpics website as thats the best source of authoritative info about disney pins. I collect a lot of Si and Am stuff because ive been enslaved by Siamese cats since i was a child
     

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