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Disney Pins and More

January 08, 2019

Disney Pins and More

Collecting Disney pins goes way back into the past of Disneyana collecting. The first Disney pins were issued in 1930 to members of the Mickey Mouse Club in the USA, around this time pins were also made in the UK without licence and Walt Disney hired someone specifically to approach the offending manufacturers to pay royalties or cease.


Over the decades since pins have been a central collectable of the studio, having a huge demand amongst Disneyana collectors. Nowadays Disney Pin Trading is the buying and selling of collectable pins, pins issued for movies, events and character driven. All of the parks focus heavily of selling pins at affordable prices, many of these pins sell out or editions close and they become sought after and often values rise. 


Pulse Gallery trade in pins released by PinPics. Premium pins that are created to stand alone as works of art as well as collectables. Often based upon limited edition canvas and paper art released to collectors created by noted artists like Stephan Martiniere and Annick Biaudet, the artwork is unique. Each pin is released in strictly numbered editions of 100, 200 or 300 pieces, each pin is of the highest standards of enamelling and metalwork standing them above the rest of the market.


Pulse Gallery have many retired editions as well as editions that are forthcoming, currently in approval for release. You can contact us for the latest news or for what pins we have in our inventory, with great values you can add something special to your collection each piece has a certificate of authenticity.

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