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Pin 62669: DLR - Mickey's Pin Odyssey 2008 - Steamer Trunk 2-Pin Boxed Set
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|Class:||Disney Pins; Disney Pin Accessories|
|SKU Number:||4 00014 62316 3|
|Released:||June 20, 2008|
|This Open Edition Boxed Set features two (2) pins inside a decorative box designed to resemble a steamer trunk.|
#62670 - This hinged pin depicts a blue passport for the Disneyland® Resort. The cover has a gold crest/shield that reads "The Magic Kingdom" and has Sleeping Beauty Castle for Fantasyland, crossed guns/rifles for Frontierland, an atom for Tomorrowland, a compass for Adventureland, and an old-fashioned car for Main Street USA. Inside the pin is a picture of Mickey Mouse and screened-on Entries/Departures Visas stamps. Mickey's information is listed on the pin as well:
Name/Nom: Mickey Mouse
Date Of Birth/Date de Naissance: Nov. 18, 1928
Nationality/Nationalite: Citizen Of The World
Birthplace/Place de Naissance: Burbank, California
Passoport No./No. du Passeport: WED19281955197107
#62671 - This pin depicts a red and black GPS unit in the shape of a Mickey Ears icon - the top says "M-GPS" in black lettering. In the center of the pin is a photo element that shows a digitalized map of Disneyland that highlights these points of interest: Blue Restroom symbols, Fire Engine, Mr. Lincoln, Main Street, Monorail, and Disney Tickets. On the left side of the screen is an "All Categories Near Map Pointer" list and it lists: Indiana Jones, Jungle Cruise, Tarzan's Treehouse, Disney Gallery, Pirates Of The Caribbean, Aladdin's Oasis, and Tiki Room. Below that list reads "Map Info" and lists Map Name: Disneyland & California Adventure. This pin is done entirely of Free-D rubber with simply 2 pin posts sticking out of the back.