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Artist - Garret Webb

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Pin 41036: DCL - August 30, 2005 - Curacao (Mickey & Minnie)

Class:Disney Pins
Origin:Disney Cruise Line
Type:Public
Limited Edition:2600 Pins
SKU Number:10904121
Original Price:$8.95
Released:August 27, 2005
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Members Trading:8
Members Wanting:20
While in Curacao on August 30, 2005, Mickey and Minnie enjoy a tremendous amount of shopping. This pin was designed by Disney Design Group Artist Garrett Webb. This pin is part of an seven-pin collection celebrating the different ports of call for the 2005 Panama Canal Return Crossing Cruise.

Minnie holds Mickey's arm as they walk. She wears all pink including her sandals and carries a white shopping bag. Mickey holds bags in each of his hands. The buildings behind them are blue, yellow and red. There is a ship on the bottom of the pin with two red Mickey head smokestacks and reads "Curacao August 30, 2005."

The pins in the series are #41032 thru #41038.
The artist illustration/map is #41018.

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