Pin 127745 DLR - Pin of the Month - Windows of Evil - Ursula

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DLR exclusive Pin of the Month series: Windows of Evil #4 - April 2018. The pin features Ursula from the film The Little Mermaid. The pin resembles a cathedral style window. The border is sculpted silver tone with a tree branch type pattern. At the top center of the frame is a conch spiral shell. At the left and right bottom corners are Ursula's two eels,Flotsam and Jestsam, their heads at the bottom of the frame. Ursula is showcased in the middle of the stained glass with grey hair and a shiny metallic purple skin tone. Her eye shadow is a bright shiny blue that matches the top sections of the stained glass. Her eyes are white with silver dots, her mouth white with a red lower lip outline. There are three darker translucent purple with black octopus legs that rise behind her to the top and sides of the frame. The lower portion of the window is glitter gold and solid black, representing a mermaid, probably Ariel, laying on her back, black hair waving above her head, black arm down, and mermaid body twisted around in gold and black. The back of the pin is silver toned with the Mickey waffle pattern. There are two horizontal posts with no nubs at the top. There are also four boxes on the the bottom half of the pin. The first box is centered and is the pin trading logo. The second reads is to the left and reads: (C)DISNEY, MADE IN CHINA. Next to that box is it is the factory number FAC 036223-17363. The fourth box is below the others and again is centered, reads: LIMITED EDITION OF 2000. NOTE: at the time of release there were numerous fake pins being offered online and at WDW. The fake Ursula had white hair and bright purple skin. There is also some black coloring in her face. Most notably, the back of the pin has a PP stamped on it (supposedly representing pre-production) to the right of the pin trading logo box.

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