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    I have these 2 pins that my dad had given me. they are from a while ago. probably more than twenty years ago. one is a tomorrowland pin with donald duck on it and the second one is a country bear pin with one of the country bears on it. I was just wondering how what these pins are worth, if anything? can anyone help?

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    ARE they round with an old fashioned safteypin type back closure? And maybe 3/4" in diameter? If so, I believe they are part of a set from the 35th anniversary I believe. You can fetch a few bux on ebay for them, between $5 and $10 each.
    Just countin' the days til the next visit!

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      you can also check pinpics.com and get an idea of cost.

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        thanks!

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          These pins a a full set can go for about $120. Individually maybe $10 a piece. And yes these should be the ones from the 35th anniversary. Infact I just traded for one today(the rare, discontinued Frontierland pin) Now I only need 4 more for a complete set.




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