Discussion in 'Pin Guides & FAQs' started by DLRPinTrader92, May 22, 2011.
See Article on... http://www.pinpics.com/pin-universit...roduction-pins
Very informative!!! Thank you for your hard work and sharing with us!
A well deserved sticky. Thanks!
Good article. Nice and informative, thanks for the information.
Very nice. Thank for the information.
Sometimes Artist Proofs might look like any normal pin. Other times they can found at Disneyland.
fantastic, i learned alot. you were very clear. thank you.
I'm liking the updated article - it's even more informative now. I am wondering what "CWO#" stands for though..?
Im not sure what the CWO means either, its probably the number the manufacturer assigned the pin.
Really interesting & informative thread. Pictures were great :bigthumb:
Thanks for posting this info. It's awesome when others share their knowledge of pin collecting.
A fantastic article I shared with people!
It's a great article. I love it.
Thanks so much for the explanation. I'm new to Disney pins and I've wondered about APs. Now I know about PPs also. Interesting.
An excellent article, you were both very informative and provided examples that will help others in the future.
And Now I know what those are :]
Yes, very helpful seeing examples. Now, I'm curious as to whether I've got any...doubt it though.
Fantastic! Thank you so much!
Very informative thanks!
The link doesn't appear to be working.
Does anyone have a current link? Or PDF? Thanks!
Here is the new link:
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