This figurine is: "It Might Be, It Cud Be, It Is...Holy Cow!". stock # 113122 bottom is numbered #8 of 10,000 Figurine is in brand new, mint condition, collector's quality. It includes original box, and all paperwork. It also includes the game ticket stub, and a special commemorative card. Please note the sticker label on box is thinner than usual and is a little bit transparent. I am the original purchaser of these from a retail store way back when these were all the rage. I spent a lot of time in Hallmark stores! I also drove a lot of store managers crazy, because I always asked to look at all of the figures to get the lowest edition number possible. In case you are curious as how to read the numbering; Ex. 94MM413 the first digit is the year produced, second digit is the edition, 3rd block of numbers (after the MM) is the number within that edition. The example would be a fourth edition #413 made in 1999. As far as the roman numerals go.. II is 2001, III is 2002, IV is 2003, ( I think 2003 was the final year.) I am not sure why they are numbered that way. Maybe they chose not to use "I" because it could be confused with the number 1. They come from a clean, no pet, non smoking home. (No offense is meant to our fellow pet lovers and smokers!) Here is your chance to pick them up very cheap. ( my auction starts at just .01!!!) Buy with confidence as I have been buying and selling on Ebay for over ten years with a perfect 100% feedback rating. Satisfaction is guaranteed, items are returnable ( at your return shipping cost ) for a full refund including my initial shipping charge. Shipping for this auction is 7.95 USPS priority mail. You are welcome to add insurance or delivery confirmation to the shipping if you wish. I am happy to combine any of my other auctions to help you save on shipping costs. Payment by Paypal is preferred. I have many other auctions of Mary's Moo Moos, Beanie Babies, Beanie Buddies, Attic Treasures, Starting Lineups, DVDs, etc., listed all starting at just .01, so check them out. Happy hunting, and good luck with the auctions!
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