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    Quote Originally Posted by dancinmanCA
    they do, it's on the inside of every piece, along with an identifier tag that says when the piece was made in fullerton.
    Actually, at WDW only some of the fur peices have the barcode in them. Although all costumes have the barcodes in them, not all the furs do. Actually, right now, only about half of the fur costumes actually have the scanner in them, most are still just "signed and suited".

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    scary.

    all ours do, however- so if it's from us, it'd be traceable.

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    http://hop.to/DCE/pooh.html

    The black lines are on the outside, backhand, part of Tigger's paw. (Picture were Tigger is knealing on the bench)

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    Off topic, but doesn't the Tigger costume at all Disney destinations seem neon orange?

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    They look like they're ripped? The glove on the bottom, where the pinky would be.

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    Man, these look so fake to me.

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    Loss Prevention at Disneyland pays someone full time to sit around and look for stolen goods on places like eBay. They will find this, and probably already have.

    They typically bid on the item, win the auction, find out the winner that way, and then have them arrested (or take some other action, if they deem arrest too much, which they usually do).
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinYee
    Loss Prevention at Disneyland pays someone full time to sit around and look for stolen goods on places like eBay. They will find this, and probably already have.
    WOAH!! I totally want that job!! I do it already, I just don't get paid for it! LoL (That is, sit around all day looking up Disney stuff on the internet... HA!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancinmanCA
    they do, it's on the inside of every piece, along with an identifier tag that says when the piece was made in fullerton.
    If I recall, they should also have a tag that says which park's costuming area it came from (MK, Epcot, Studios, AK).
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    I emailed the seller on ebay and he/she sent me a pic of the inside of the glove. It has this little tag that reads:

    CHARACTER COSTUME
    DEVELOPMENT 10/200
    TIGGER GLOVE
    MADE IN FULLERTON, CA

    I told the seller that he/she should include this pic on the site to help convey the authenticity.

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