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Characters - Donald Duck ... Just Donald
Pin 64072: Disney Animation Sketches Pin Set (Complete Donald with Pail and Boat)
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|Limited Edition:||2001 Pins|
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|Complete Donald with Pail and Boat is the 3rd of four pins in a beautiful animation study of Donald Duck (#37819). The set consists of three pins of Donald shown in stages of coloring (and a 4th logo pin) and is one of at least four other sets featuring Disney characters in such settings.|
This Donald - shown as a completed pin would be - show Donald standing, facing right. He is scratching his head with his left hand; his hat is in his right hand, which rests on his hip. He is looking down at a gray pail with a red sailboat in it. The boat has white sails and blue trim. There is splashed water at Donald's feet.
The pin measures 1 1/4" (33 mm) wide by 1 13/16" (46 mm) tall. The reverse has a double-post back and is individually-numbered. This particular pin shown is #223 of 2001, so the backstamp reads "© DISNEY, LIMITED EDITION 223/2001, CHINA."
He is mounted to a background which has a series of sketches (outlined as well as colored) of Donald in several poses echoing the pins. Below the pins is a quote from Walt Disney (used in "Meet the Robinsons"), "We keep moving forward because curiousity keeps leading us down new paths."
According to the Certificate of Verification, the pin set was available exclusively at Off the Page store in Disney's California Adventure. The tag on the packaging, however, shows a Disney Auctions number of DA00718, so perhaps unsold sets were then sold online.
Note: This pin is also listed as part of (#4375) which is the exact same set, simply placed in a frame.