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Ben Harman's sell out artwork inspired by the classics of Disney has been turned into a stunning series of pins!  

This pin's frame is two toned and has a mirror finish!

Artist: Ben Harman

Size: 6" x 3" 

Edition: 100

ALL UP NUMBERED PINS WILL HAVE A 4 WEEK DELIVERY 

*This pin does not come with a giclee. As it is a very large pin and a small edition we have boxed them and the certificate is under the foam insert as it is too big for it too!

 

 


Customer Reviews

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Carl Fredricksen
AP & PP

The regular two time pins were beautiful. The problem was the AP & PP which cost more were just regular release limited edition stamped pins with a paper saying they are AP & PP. No AP or PP stamps on the pin or numbered out xx/XX. Not happy with the higher prices for regular pins and a paper that can be transferred to any other pin.

Hello,

As stated in our email communications with you, we only make around 10% ap/pp not 100. 100 editions have 15AP and 15PP and most of these go to artists and the studio for approvals so less than ten can be sold. The edition of that design is stamped 100 on the back but the PP or AP stamp means it is not part of that 100. Your backing card should say AP 15 to prove this. We do not stamp AP/PP numbers on the back of the pin like we do with numbered editions.

All the best,
Geena

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John Reitter

Up Two-tone



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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
C
Carl Fredricksen
AP & PP

The regular two time pins were beautiful. The problem was the AP & PP which cost more were just regular release limited edition stamped pins with a paper saying they are AP & PP. No AP or PP stamps on the pin or numbered out xx/XX. Not happy with the higher prices for regular pins and a paper that can be transferred to any other pin.

Hello,

As stated in our email communications with you, we only make around 10% ap/pp not 100. 100 editions have 15AP and 15PP and most of these go to artists and the studio for approvals so less than ten can be sold. The edition of that design is stamped 100 on the back but the PP or AP stamp means it is not part of that 100. Your backing card should say AP 15 to prove this. We do not stamp AP/PP numbers on the back of the pin like we do with numbered editions.

All the best,
Geena

J
John Reitter

Up Two-tone