For Sale: Need to sell my traders

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  1. Disneycollector4994

    Disneycollector4994 Member

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    I'm in need of money right now and planning to sell my trading pins
    My Pinpics is crazy4994 if you want to see the rest. Shipping is free for US buyers! If you are international, let me know so I can find the best price possible ! [​IMG]
    1st picture
    -Recollections LIon King $20 -Conservation Fund Simba $8
    -Sorcerer Simba $150 -Sorcerer Tod $120
    -New Year 2017 $15
    -TDL Bambi Crest $30 -Stitch Stay Weird $15
    -Kingdom Hearts Keyblade ❌
    -Lion Guard Button $8
    -Japan GWP Lilo and Stitch $30

    2nd picture
    -DLR 60th Diamond Snow White $60
    -D23 Sorcerer Hat Glitter ❌
    -Jiminy Holiday 2014 Stocking $25
    -D23 Fox and Hound 30th ❌
    -JDS initial Series K Kanga $50 or Best Offer
    -Big Hero 6 Movie Opening PTD $25
    -Bambi PTD $115

    3rd picture
    -WDW 2015 Jumbo Castle $30
    -WDW 2015 Jumbo Monorail $35
     
  2. Disneycollector4994

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    Fox and hound 30th, KH keyblade, and D23 Sorcerer hat sold.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  3. MasteringMatt

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    Is that BH6 in the second picture really a PTD?
     
  4. watzshakinbacon

    watzshakinbacon B for Belle or B for bacon?

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    It's not considered a PTD, but it is from DSF (for the movie's opening day)
     
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    Sorry it was called PTD back then I guess its because it was given out with ice cream but it's not part of the series now since the Baymax, Hiro, etc exist

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    I'll take the stitch stay weird pin :)

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  7. Disneycollector4994

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    Perfect! Are you in US or international?

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  8. Voko20

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    I'm in the US. I'll send you a pm

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  9. Disneycollector4994

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    -Sorcerer hat Simba and Tod sold
    -Stitch stay weird sold

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  10. DeputyDonald

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    You’re not the only one who calls that particular one a PTD. Although it’s not part of the Sundae series like you said it was PTD at the time it came out because it was given out with the ice cream. The other thing is the pins given out with ice cream at DSSF were not popular at all at that time. Most traders didn’t believe/consider them authentic Disney pins because they couldn’t be purchased in the parks and didn’t have the traditional trading pin stamped on it.

    @watzshakinbacon I agree with you I personally would consider it a DSSF pin rather than PTD but many others online consider it PTD. If you check eBay you’ll see a couple listing it that way due to the fact that it was given out with ice cream from DSSF at the time of its release.

    In fact pinpics even has it as a PTD.
    http://www.pinpics.com/pinMT.php?pin=106457&keyw=baymax+ptd
     
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  11. watzshakinbacon

    watzshakinbacon B for Belle or B for bacon?

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    I see. I just assumed only the pins that can “flip” and have characters with ice creams of some sort on the pin design are PTDs. These do come with ice cream but don’t affect the flip. I guess my knowledge might just be too recent.


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  12. hopemax

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    The thing is "PTD" stands for "Pin Trader Delight" which is the name of the sundae. Sometimes they offer different sundaes and those also come with a pin. But they name them after the movie / character of whatever is playing at the El Capitain. Those pins, I believe, are referred to as "Now Playing" series. And the rules for purchasing that sundae and getting those pins are different than the Pin Trader Delight Sundae. The edition size is different (notice Baymax is 1500), the price you need to spend is different, etc.

    The thing about Pinpics is that it isn't "official from Disney." It's whatever someone there decided it should be, and whatever a mod approved. There is no uniformity in the Pinpics listings but there is certainly uniformity in how DSSH promotes them now (unfortunately, it looks like DSSH never annouced the BH6 sundae promo on their FB page, or at least not with an image). Frozen was the 1st one, I think, and one came from a merchandise purchase not even a sundae. I'm think BH6 was the first "Now Playing" pin they offered with a sundae. So when it was added to Pinpics did people consider that it was a new series? Probably not. And Ebay sellers don't care about anything other than what will get them more views, so they'll throw in terms that have nothing to do with the pin they are selling at all. At that time DSSH was releasing PTD flyers and rules, and this pin is not part of the 2014 flyer. There are flyers from Nov 1, 3rd and 7th that indicates tha PTD sundaes were selling for $15.45 and as noted in the Pinpics listing, the sundae you had to purchase to get this pin was only $12.95.

    So I wouldn't call them PTDs because you don't get them with the PTD sundae. They are their own separate entity. I can see why people who collect PTDs would also collect the "Now Playing" pins. But several years ago, there was also a bunch of discussion about "in ye olden days," when PTDs were pretty new, when DSF would run out of the PTD sometimes they would swap in just a regular pin that was supposed to be for an upcoming release and were those PTDs even though they weren't "ice cream themed." The conclusion then was, if you "purchased a Pin Trader delight sundae and that was the pin they gave out then it was a PTD." Therefore the reverse should be also be true. If you didn't purchase the PTD SUNDAE to get this pin it's not a PTD.

    But I'm not in SoCal, so no one would listen to me anyway.
     

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