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Versions & Values
Princess - versions and values


Ty introduced Princess on October 29, 1997. In November 1997, Ty informed U.S. retailers they could only order 12 Princess Beanie Babies for delivery in December. This restriction caused many collectors and retailers to believe Princess would be a limited edition. The "limited edition" rumors caused a buying frenzy when Princess first shipped in December 1997.

Collector and speculator demand immediately drove the secondary market price for a Princess Beanie Baby to well over $200. When a different version of the Princess tush tag appeared, speculation about the variations caused even more confusion about Princess.

Much of the "true" production history for the Princess Beanie Baby is still a mystery. New collectors are misled into believing Princess is valuable by uninformed, dishonest or deluded sellers on eBay who frequently attempt to sell or auction Princess for prices ranging from hundreds to millions of dollars.

Contrary to all of the hype, misinformation and secondary market speculation, even a "first edition" version of Princess made in China is currently worth approximately $32. A "first edition" version of Princess made in Indonesia is worth approximately $62. This is a lengthy article. If you are only interested in the current value of Princess, refer to the value table below. For collectors interested in additional information about the history and value of Princess, continue reading the article following the "value table" section.

Current Princess Beanie Baby Values
Princess values updated - August 5, 2014

Princess Value Fraud Alert (January 2014)

Caution about eBay Sellers

Country Swing Tag Pellets shown on Tush Tag Value Range * Average
China No space P.V.C. $12 - $65 $32
China No space P.E. $4 - $20 $18
Indonesia No space P.V.C. $50- $75 $62
Indonesia No space P.E. $20 - $20 $20
Indonesia Space P.V.C. ** **
Indonesia Space P.E. $7 - $10 $9
China Space P.E. no # inside tush tag $5 - $10 $8
China Space P.E. red # inside tush tag $1- $10 $5
China No space PVC oddity - missing the rose $165*** $165

* Values shown in this table apply to a Princess in like-new condition with mint swing and tush tags. Princess without a swing tag is worth only one or two dollars.

** It is not known if this particular combination of tags was from an intentional production run or an oddity. In our opinion this is either an oddity or a no-space/P.V.C. Princess with a lost original swing tag that was subsequently replaced with an incorrect (space) swing tag.

*** Sold on eBay for $165 on March 30, 2014.

Princess
swing tags are often referred to by collectors as "space" or "no-space". This is a reference to the last four lines of text on the right inside of the swing tag. The no-space swing tag was attached to Princess bears produced in China during the first production period and also for some of the production in Indonesia. A "first edition" Princess MUST have the "no-space" swing tag attached.

  Quick swing tag / tush tag references

 
  "No-space" swing tag

Princess "no-space" swing tag
"Space" swing tag

Princess - "space" swing tag
 

P.V.C. tush tag
front (China)
Princess ST #1, P.V.C. tush tag - front
P.V.C. tush tag
back (China)
Princess ST #1, P.V.C. tush tag - back
P.E. tush tag
front (China)
Princess ST #1, P.E. tush tag - front
P.E. tush tag
back (China)
Princess ST #1, P.E. tush tag - back


P.V.C. tush tag
front (Indonesia)
Indonesian Princess P.V.C. tush tag - front
P.V.C. tush tag
back (Indonesia)
Indonesian Princess P.V.C. tush tag - back
P.E. tush tag
front (Indonesia)
Indonesia Princess P.E. tush tag - front
P.E. tush tag
back (Indonesia)
Indonesia Princess P.E. tush tag back


P.E. tush tag
2nd China period
front
Princess ST #4, P.E. tush tag - front
 
P.E. tush tag
2nd China period
back
Princess ST #4, P.E. tush tag - back
 
Tush tag (inside)
Chinese factory number,
2nd China period


Chinese factory stamp - inside of Princess tush tag


Canadian customs tag

China Princess - Canada customs tush tag

Indonesia Princess - Canada customs tush tag


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Princess versions and values
In-depth analysis
Princess - versions and values

Princess introduction

Ty introduced Princess on October 29, 1997. In November 1997, Ty informed retailers they could only order 12 Princess Beanie Babies for delivery in December. This restriction caused many collectors and retailers to believe Princess would be a limited edition.

The "limited edition" rumors caused a buying frenzy when Princess first shipped to Ty retailers in late December 1997. Announcements from Ty and Patricia A. Roche (Managing director of Ty Europe) that Princess would be in plentiful supply in 1998, did little to calm the buying frenzy.

Collector and speculator demand immediately drove the secondary market price for a Princess Beanie Baby to more than $200. Some retailers held back the Princess bears they received in the initial shipment, opting instead to auction them off or hoard them for future sale when values were anticipated to be higher. Various newspapers and magazines reported that collectors were buying Princess Beanie Babies on the secondary market for prices sometimes exceeding $300.

To this day, much of the production history for the Princess Beanie Baby is still a mystery. Collectors who paid hundreds of dollars for Princess during the initial buying frenzy still believe Princess is worth more than the price they paid. Children who received Princess as a gift from their parents believe it is valuable today because "their parents told them so." New collectors are misled about Princess values by uninformed, dishonest or deluded sellers on eBay who frequently attempt to sell or auction Princess for prices ranging from hundreds to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Princess had never been planned to be a limited edition. Ty wanted to have Princess in stores before Christmas, but he could not start producing them until he received approval from the Princess Diana Fund managers. Approval was granted on October 29, 1997, the same day Ty introduced Princess at the Ty Internet site. Now that production could begin, time and logistics dictated the total number of Princess bears that could actually be produced and shipped to stores before Christmas. That was the only reason for the retailer limits of 12 Princess Beanie Babies in December 1997.


Searching for the facts

According to "most" accounts, the very first shipments of Princess bears to arrive at retail outlets had a tush tag showing Princess was filled with P.V.C. pellets. In either late December 1997 or some time between January and March 1998 (existing accounts conflict with each other), Princess bears were discovered that had tush tags showing they were filled with P.E. pellets. The appearance of the P.E. pellet tags initiated a controversy that continues to this day. The controversy appears to focus on three questions:

    1. Which version of Princess was produced first?
    2. How many different versions of Princess did Ty produce?
    3. How many Princess Beanie Babies of each version did Ty produce?

This article examines the Princess Beanie Baby timeline with a focus on existing evidence. Information about Princess in printed media and on the Internet has been copied, edited and recopied so many times it is difficult to separate speculation from truth. Ty does not release production and inventory records to the public, so there may always be a Princess mystery. Recollections of events by authorized Ty retailers who received the first shipments of Princess sixteen years ago contradict each other.

It seems odd that a Beanie Baby with such a mediocre secondary market value today is so hotly debated by collectors. Princess Beanie Babies change hands frequently on eBay every month for less than ten dollars each. There is no shortage of eBay sellers claiming theirs is a "first edition" Princess even though many of them are incorrect as evidenced by the photographs of Princess tags in their listings.

Some sellers list Princess on eBay with starting prices ranging from thousands to sometimes millions of dollars. One can only hope potential buyers understand prices that high are not only unrealistic but essentially a joke. Most sellers on eBay claim their Princess is "rare," but the sheer number of Princess Beanie Babies available for sale on eBay refutes that claim. On August 3, 2014, when the Princess values were updated for this article, there were more than 1,500 Princess Beanie Babies listed for sale on eBay.

Ty plush collectors often strive to have the "first" version of any Beanie Baby. It is generally believed a "first" version will always be the most valuable. The surprise appearance of a P.E. tush tag on Princess caused dilemmas with collectors who could not figure out which tush tag was the actual "first." Conflicting stories regarding the P.E. tush tag appeared in the media and on the Internet. Many collectors attempted to purchase two Princess bears, each with a different version of the tush tag. That way one of the two bears had to be the "first edition."

Initially, the P.E. tush tag on Princess was presumed to be an error. A few articles in the media claimed Ty had announced the P.E. tush tag was a mistake and the Princess bears with P.E. tush tags were actually filled with P.V.C. pellets. Another media report claimed a Princess with the P.E. tush tag had been tested in a laboratory and found to be filled with P.V.C. pellets. We have not seen any documented copies of the alleged laboratory test results.


Conflicting theories and information

The initial presumption that the P.E. tush tag was a "mistake" created another rush to purchase Princess bears with the P.E. tush tag by collectors who specialized in Ty Beanie Baby "errors" or "oddities."

Then another theory surfaced claiming Ty had produced the Princess bears with the P.V.C. and P.E. tush tags simultaneously in two different Chinese factories. The theory held that a Princess with either of the tush tags could be considered a "first edition." There exists no publicly released documentary proof to substantiate the "two factory" theory. By "proof" I mean hard-copy Ty production records, stock inventories or other papers that would provide a Princess timeline detailing the first production run in China. The merchant who posted this two-factory theory on the Internet challenged anyone to "prove her wrong." That in itself is suspicious because she provides nothing credible to "prove herself right."

Since the first "two factory" theory appeared, other collectors have proposed different theories with the same challenge to "prove them wrong." Given the lack of any credible documentary evidence, none of these "prove me wrong" theories can be substantiated.

I have spoken with collectors who claim their version of the Princess history has to be true because they "heard" it from a Ty Employee or even a Ty corporate executive. Those accounts should be discounted because they are never backed up by hard copy documents like a letter or email from the alleged Ty employee. These "Ty employee as the source of information" stories are even more unlikely considering Ty Warner's strict corporate rules that prohibit company employees from disclosing any information about the company or its products to the public.

In spite of all of the hype, misinformation and secondary market speculation, a "made in China" version of Princess with a P.V.C. tush tag and "no-space" swing tag is currently worth an average of $32. A "made in China" version of Princess with a P.E. tush tag and "no-space" swing tag is currently worth an average of $18. All values in this article apply to a Princess in like-new condition with mint swing and tush tags. Princess without a swing tag is worth less than a dollar.

When all is said and done, the value of a Princess Beanie Baby bear is the amount a willing buyer will pay to a willing seller. Princess bears "correctly" listed as "first China editions" at eBay have been selling for the past month in a range from $12 to $65, with an average overall "sold" price of approximately $32. The average "sold" price fluctuates significantly from month to month but the selling range tends to remain reasonably stable.


First Princess production in China

A "first version" of Princess has the following swing tag. Note that the text on the right side of the swing tag does NOT have a line space above "DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES". The left side of the tag states "Handmade in China". We refer to this swing tag as ST #1.

  Made in China, original production period (ST #1)
First version of the Princess swing tag, ST #1

Princess swing tags are often referred to by collectors as "space" or "no-space". This is a reference to the last four lines of text on the right inside of the swing tag. The "no-space" swing tag was attached to Princess bears produced in China during the first production period and also for some of the production in Indonesia. A "first edition" Princess MUST have the "no-space" swing tag attached.

"No-space" swing tag


Princess "no-space" swing tag
"Space" swing tag


Princess - "space" swing tag
 

The tush tag of a Princess with the "no-space" swing tag can show it is made from either P.V.C. or P.E. pellets. Thus far, it has not been credibly "proven" which version of the tush tag was actually attached to the first run of Princess bears produced in a Chinese factory. Most experts believe however, that the P.V.C. tush tag came first.

We have spoken with some of the Ty retailers who received the first shipments of Princess in the USA. Some say all the tush tags were P.V.C.; some say there was one P.V.C. tush tag in every bag of 12 Princess bears (with the other 11 being P.E. tush tags); and one said he paid no attention to the tags until customers started asking about the P.E. tush tag version. With so many conflicting accounts from Ty retailers who received the first shipments of Princess, we can not prove for sure which tush tag arrived in the USA first, much less which tush tag version was the first off an assembly line.

The "logical" assumption (and my personal conclusion) is that the P.V.C. tush tag came first because all Ty Beanie Babies were filled with P.V.C. pellets until some time during the Princess production cycle. Ty switched to P.E. pellets for all of his Beanie Babies during the period Princess was being produced. It is possible Ty had P.E. tush tags stockpiled in anticipation of the production change to P.E. pellets. Chinese factory workers could have used the P.E. tags by mistake on Princess bears still being filled with P.V.C. pellets or they might even have run out of the P.V.C. tush tags and decided to use what they had (the P.E. tags) instead of printing more of the P.V.C. tush tags.

P.V.C. tush tag
front (China)
Princess ST #1, P.V.C. tush tag - front
P.V.C. tush tag
back (China)
Princess ST #1, P.V.C. tush tag - back
P.E. tush tag
front (China)
Princess ST #1, P.E. tush tag - front
P.E. tush tag
back (China)
Princess ST #1, P.E. tush tag - back


Princess production in Indonesia

Princess was also produced in Indonesia. The Indonesia version is worth an average of $62 with a P.V.C. tush tag (with the no-space swing tag) and an average of $20 with a P.E. tush tag (with the no-space swing tag).

Collectors frequently ask why an Indonesian Princess is sometimes more valuable than a Princess from the first production period in China? The answer lies in the "mystique" surrounding all of the Beanie Babies produced in Indonesia, not just Princess. Indonesian Beanie Babies are reputed to have richer-colored and softer fabrics. Princess bears produced in Indonesia are much more difficult to find on the secondary market than Princess bears from the first period of production in China.

The Princess bears made in Indonesia were destined for the Canadian and European markets. This raises the possibility that Princess production in Indonesia began on the same date as production in China. If so, that would place the Princess bears made in Indonesia with no-space swing tags and P.V.C. tush tags into contention for "first edition" status.

The Princess bears made in Indonesia can have a ST #2 (same as ST #1, except that "Handmade in Indonesia" is printed on the inside bottom left of tag) or the follow-on ST #3. Note that the text on the right side of ST #3 has a line space above "DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES". An Indonesian Princess with ST #2 (no-space) and P.V.C. pellets is currently worth an average of $62. An Indonesian Princess with ST #2 (no-space) and P.E. pellets is worth an average of $20. The Indonesian Princess with ST #3 (space) is worth an average of $9.

Made in Indonesia (ST #2)
Made in Indonesia no-space swing tag (ST #2)

Made in Indonesia (ST #3)
Made in Indonesia Princess swing tag (ST #3) - inside

The tush tag of a Princess produced in Indonesia can show it is made from either P.V.C. or P.E. pellets. P.V.C. and P.E. tush tags have been paired with the Indonesian Princess with ST #2 (no-space) and with ST #3 (space). Although a few have been reported, it is not currently known whether the ST #3 (space) with a P.V.C. tush tag was a normal production run or an oddity. That tag combination does not seem to fit the tag timelines. The existence of the P.V.C. tush tag with a ST #3 was confirmed with a photo graciously sent to us by Natasha Cupido from West Sussex, England.

P.V.C. tush tag
front (Indonesia)
Indonesian Princess P.V.C. tush tag - front
P.V.C. tush tag
back (Indonesia)
Indonesian Princess P.V.C. tush tag - back
P.E. tush tag
front (Indonesia)
Indonesia Princess P.E. tush tag - front
P.E. tush tag
back (Indonesia)
Indonesia Princess P.E. tush tag back

Ty discontinued production of Princess in Indonesia because of problems with quality. Production was resumed in Chinese facilities. A shift of production like this from one country to another raises obvious questions. Answers to these questions could have a definite bearing on Princess versions and values. Given the absence of credible information or release of official documents from Ty however, these questions may never be answered.

    1. Did production in China and Indonesia begin simultaneously?

    2. When Ty stopped production in Indonesia, were unused fabrics and pellets transferred back to the new Chinese facilities? Were the Chinese facilities new or were they the same ones used during the first production period?

    3. During the post-Indonesia production period in China, was Princess produced with tush tags omitting the Chinese factory stamp?

    4. How many Princess bears were actually made during the first production period in China, the production period in Indonesia, and the production period in China after production in Indonesia was halted?

    5. Was production in China halted at any time during the entire Princess production cycle?


Post-Indonesia Princess production in China

The Princess bears made in China after production stopped in Indonesia are worth an average of $8 without a Chinese factory stamp inside the tush tag and an average of $5 with the stamp. Princess bears made during this period had a new version of the swing tag that shows "Handmade in China", and a swing tag (ST #4) with a line space above "DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES".

Made during second production period in China (ST #4)
Fourth version of the Princess swing tag, ST #4

Second production period in China (ST #4a)
"Gosport" misspelled "Gasport" on left inside of swing tag
Princess "Gasport" swing tag error

The Princess bears made during the second period of production in China have tush tags like the one shown below. Most (not all) of the tush tags from this production period have a red stamp inside the loop of the tush tag that represents the Chinese factory of origin. It isn't known how many different numbered stamps there are for Princess. We can confirm the existence of numbers 400, 401, 403, 405, 410, 416, 418, 425, 433, 447, 450, 463, 464, 466, 472, 474 and 481. Number 487 has been reported but we can not confirm that one. When you look at the tag below with the number 481 inside the circular stamp, it is easy to see why the last number might be interpreted to be a "7" instead of a "1."

Tush tag number 425 was confirmed with photos sent by Yvonne Brothers.
Tush tag number 433 was confirmed with photos sent by Suzanne Bryan from Winchester, Indiana.

Note: Princess is not the only Beanie Baby produced with Chinese factory stamps inside the tush tags. Several other Beanie Babies produced during that period also have the same types of stamps with various numbers inside their tush tags.

P.E. tush tag,
2nd China period
front
Princess ST #4, P.E. tush tag - front
P.E. tush tag,
2nd China period
back
Princess ST #4, P.E. tush tag - back
Tush tag (inside)
Chinese factory number,
2nd China period


Chinese factory stamp - inside of Princess tush tag



Prices paid on eBay for Princess bears from the second period of production in China fluctuate erratically. Buyers have been paying from $1 to $10 for these versions. The actual value of Princess bears from this period (with red factory markings inside the tush tags) is approximately $5 or less but novice purchasers become confused by the Chinese factory markings; erroneously believing the number denotes a limited or special production run. Some sellers take advantage of this confusion by placing extra emphasis on the "number."

Many sellers also attempt to draw attention to their listing by stating the tush tag on their Princess has the red star next to the heart. That is hardly consequential since ALL of the Princess Beanie Baby bears have the same red star.


Canada customs tags

The country of Canada has regulations that require a special tag be attached to toy products imported from other countries. Referred to by most Ty collectors as "extra Canadian tush tags", these tags were attached to Princess bears produced in Indonesia and China (during the second production period) that were destined to be sold by retailers in Canada. Collectors frequently add one or two dollars to the value of any Beanie Baby that has a Canadian customs tag.

China Princess - Canada customs tush tag

Indonesia Princess - Canada customs tush tag


Fraud Alert

From time to time, prices paid by buyers on eBay for the Princess Beanie Baby increase dramatically for a short period of time. This generally happens when a blogger, a personality on a TV show or a news reporter claims Princess is valuable because it is selling for an extremely high price on eBay.

That of course, is an uninformed misrepresentation or sometimes an intentional deception designed to scam potential collectors who do not understand how eBay really works.

Here is an example.

Joe Gotcha has a crisp new one dollar bill. He creates an eBay auction listing for his dollar, with a $300,000 dollar starting bid. Or, he lists it as a "buy it now" item for $300,000, or "best offer."

There is no eBay policy that prohibits Joe from asking for any price he wants. He even lists the serial number of the one dollar bill and claims in the listing it is a one of a kind item. He's not really lying; there is only one dollar bill in existence with that serial number.

Then Joe goes to his blog on the Internet and informs the world that the value of one dollar bills has risen out of sight because they are being sold on eBay for $300,000.

Do you think anyone will bid on that one dollar bill? Of course not. But believe it or not, there are desperate speculators out there who might very well purchase some other one dollar bills at eBay for $50 or $75, just in case the "rumors" are true. And naturally, Joe has listed those too (at much lower prices) in order to snag a few buyers who think they are getting a good deal.

That is exactly what happened in early January 2014 with Princess. An online news reporter suggested Princess could be worth $300,000 because that was the price it was selling for at eBay. Tycollector was suddenly inundated with e-mails from Princess owners who wanted to know if it was true and also where they could sell the Princess they owned. "Hope springs eternal."

Unfortunately, and quite sadly, several inexperienced collectors and/or speculators bought Princess Beanie Babies on eBay in January 2014 for prices well in excess of the bear's worth, apparently after reading or hearing about the news reporter's incorrect value assumptions.

When we see spikes in the value of Princess Beanie Babies due to events like this, we do not use the outrageously high prices paid for Princess at eBay in our value computations for at least a 60-day period. By then the secondary market has settled sufficiently to resume using all of the prices paid at eBay in our value formulas. During these temporary periods of artificial value hype we focus more on the prices being received by known "honest" collectors and dealers.

The same thing happened last year when an uninformed "appraiser" on a popular television show suggested a Princess Beanie found in an abandoned storage room could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars depending on which version of Princess it happened to be. That incorrect assessment was also based on what Princess was being listed for on eBay instead of the true indicator; the prices buyers actually "PAY" for Princess on eBay.

Buyers beware. We would gladly and immediately notify collectors if something transpired that would cause a dramatic increase in the value of a Princess Beanie Baby. It would of course have to be something like a P.V.C.-eating virus that was destroying all of the Princess Beanies in the world that were not protected in sealed plastic containers; but short of something remarkable like that, it isn't likely the true value of the Princess Beanie Baby will be skyrocketing any time soon - or in our lifetimes for that matter.

More information on the way

Collectors generally acknowledge that the Chinese and Indonesian versions of Princess are different because of the different Indonesian-made fabrics used in production. A few collectors claim they have discovered additional differences in Princess fabrics, embroidery, and color that suggest there are even more versions of Princess than previously believed. Princess also exists in various sizes (heights) from 7.75 inches to 9.25 inches. To date, we have not seen a credible difference that would relate the various sizes to the production timeline.

When this article continues, we will examine some of the "variation" theories that address the embroidered rose and its stem, along with differences in the shade of the Princess purple fabric.


Counterfeit Alert !

Counterfeit versions of Princess exist. Check for the following common indicators before purchasing this Beanie Baby:

   1. The counterfeit Princess has a "made in China" no-space swing tag and a P.V.C. tush tag.
   2. The fabric on a counterfeit Princess can be lighter or darker than the fabric on an authentic Princess,  which makes it difficult to identify a counterfeit solely based on fabric color.
   3. The fabric on many counterfeit Princess Beanie Babies looks more like flannel than the normal plush fabric used for Beanie Babies.
   4. When you run your finger against the nap of the fabric on a counterfeit Princess, it feels rougher than the fabric of an authentic Beanie Baby. When brushing lightly back and forth across the fabric of an authentic Beanie Baby the fabric is smooth and gives little resistance.
   5. The neck ribbon of a counterfeit Princess is well made but only finished on one side. The other side is dull. The ribbon on an authentic Princess is finished on both sides. The ribbon on some counterfeit Princess Beanies is also slightly wider than the ribbon an an authentic Princess.
   6. The stem of the rose embroidered on the chest of a counterfeit Princess may be slightly wider and fuller than the stem of the rose on an authentic Princess.
   7. The swing tag on a counterfeit Princess can have several flaws including uneven width of the gold border around the tag, incorrect red color and incorrect or off-center spacing of the writing inside the yellow star.

Note: It is possible for a Princess itself to be authentic but to have a counterfeit/replacement ribbon and/or counterfeit swing tag. Since the value of a Beanie Baby decreases so markedly when it has no swing tag, counterfeiters have been known to acquire authentic Princess Beanie Babies without their swing tags and/or ribbons and then add the counterfeit ribbons and tags to bring the value back up.


Caution about eBay Sellers !

We have noticed an increasing number of eBay sellers estimating Princess values in their eBay listings. In most cases, there is absolutely no credible basis for these value estimates. If you (as a potential buyer) are sufficiently naive to believe sellers will HONESTLY estimate values on items they themselves are selling, you shouldn't be purchasing collectibles on eBay. Seller estimates of value are a blatant conflict of interest. We have also seen that these (personal opinion) estimates tend to be highly inflated.

The values we provide monthly for Princess are based solely on recorded and legitimate current sales. We can be honest and impartial with value calculations because we do not buy or sell Princess Beanie Babies. We have absolutely no vested interest in the value of Princess and provide the monthly values as a service to collectors who need unbiased and credible information on which to base potential purchases. We do not provide this value service for any other Beanie Babies. That allows us to focus solely on the Princess values.


References:

beaniemom.com (discontinued in 2004)
Beanie Collector magazine, Spring 1998, Trend Masters Publications
Ongoing "Completed (sold) listings" for Princess Beanie Babies at eBay.com

Princess values listed in this article are derived from eBay and other known secondary market sales. Values on this page are updated every four to six weeks based on sales activity for the previous four to six week period.

Swing tag, tush tag and Princess Beanie Baby photos provided by Leon and Sondra Schlossberg, curators of the tycollector.com Ty Museum collection.


Last update - August 5, 2014

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