WDW - 40 Years of Magic
Pin 82218: WDW - Walt Disney World® 40th Anniversary - 8-Pin Wooden Boxed Set
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|Origin:||Walt Disney World|
|Limited Edition:||250 Pins|
|This boxed set commemorates the 40th anniversary for the Walt Disney World® Resort. The set includes 8 pins: 5 pins that feature Disney characters with concept artwork photos of WDW attractions, 1 completer pin featuring Chip with the Liberty Belle Riverboat, 1 completer pin featuring Dale with the Main Street Train Station, and 1 completer pin featuring Tinker Bell with the retro "D" Anniversary Logo. The set comes in a commemorative wooden box.|
The pins include:
#82209 - Donald Duck with Tomorrowland
#82210 - Mickey Mouse with Monorail & Contemporary Resort
#82211 - Minnie Mouse with It's A Small World
#82212 - Goofy with Pirates Of The Caribbean
#82213 - Stitch with Cinderella Castle
#82215 - Chip with The Liberty Belle Riverboat Completer Pin (Found only in boxed set #82214, packaged set #82216, and boxed set #82218)
#82217 - Dale with Main Street Train Station Completer Pin (Found only in packaged set #82216 and boxed set #82218)
#82219 - Tinker Bell with 40 Years Anniversary Logo Completer Pin (Found only in this boxed set #82218)
Other pin in the series: 82209 - 82213, 82215, 82217, and 82219.
The outside of the box has a "brass" plate which says "Walt Disney World ®" below a collage of muted color pictures with Mickey in full color leaning on a banner which states "Celebrating 40 years of Magic".
The inside of the box is enscribed in gold script lettering with the words
" Walt Disney World is a tribute to the philosophy and life of Walter Elias Disney
and to the talents, the dedication and the loyalty of the entire Disney
Organization that made Walt Disney's dream come true. May Walt Disney World bring Joy and Inspiration and New Knowledge to all who come to this happy place...a Magic Kingdom where the young at heart of all ages can laugh and play
and learn - together. Dedicated this 25th day of October, 1971. Roy O. Disney "