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WDCC Disney Classics Native American Boy Little Big Chief 

WDCC Disney Classics Native American Boy Little Big Chief 

WDCC Disney Classics Native American Boy Little Big Chief   From The Disney Movie It's A Small World WDCC Disney Classics

Status: | Condition: In Original Packaging | Edition:It's A Small World  | Edition Size: Limited Edition | Dim:7” (Boy); 4-3/4” (Cactus) | WDCC Disney Classics| Item #: 1235206

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Native American Boy Little Big Chief - 1235206  

NOTES: Native American Boy Little Big Chief - The doll-like children are composed of porcelain. For the introductions of the Disney's "it's a small world" after all sculptures, all new packaging has been designed featuring artwork reminiscent of the original attraction and new Certificates of Authenticity. Sculpture bears "Disney's it's a small world after all" logo. The Native American Indian has an incised production mark vs. the blue decal. The blue decal vs. being incised is used when the base is too small for an imprinted mark. WDAC will continue to use both types of production marks depending on the requirements of each piece. The Native American Indian is packaged with only one Certificate of Authenticity (COA). With the 2005 1st quarter releases, it was decided the accessory item would not have its own Certificate of Authenticity (COA), as it was just an accessory to the figurine..

Native American Boy Little Big Chief   by WDCC Disney Classics 

WDCC Disney Classics bio

WALT DISNEY CLASSICS FIGURINES - The Classics Collection started in 1992 with three scenes, Bambi, Cinderella, and Fantasia's Sorcerer Apprentice. Many other series have since been introduced. Some figurines are limited, and some have been retired. Some of these figurines have risen high on the secondary market. The figurines are made of porcelain, and the process is similar to that use to make Hummel figurines. Individual pieces are molded, put together, and fired in an oven. Then they are painted and fired again. Each figurine is marked on the bottom, signifying the year it was produced. The marks represent significant milestones in Disney history. The figurines with the first year mark are usually the most desirable.