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Beanie Baby Tag Errors

beanie baby tag errors

Beanie Baby toy animals often have misspellings and inaccurate information on their tags. This isn’t the fault of the manufacturers, however, and it happens all the time. To prevent trademark infringement lawsuits, manufacturers sometimes change the names and birth dates of their toys. Despite this, some tags are still valuable, even if they have a typo or misspelling.

The tag on a Beanie Baby is a crucial factor for determining the beanie’s generation. It’s important to make sure that the tag matches the hang tag and tush tag. If one of the tags is damaged, the value of the beanie may be diminished. Likewise, a badly designed tag may decrease its value. A well-designed tag makes it easy for customers to identify whether a Beanie is authentic or not.

Some tags have errors, such as a TY Flitter Beanie Baby with an error in its name. The word “oakbrook” has an extra space between it and the word “flight!” It also has a TY watermark on the tush tag. The seller is Beachbum2801 in Canton, Ohio, and is part of the Toys & Hobbies category.

While these aren’t common errors, it’s important to note that many Beanie Babies have varying amounts of tag errors. Some, such as Pouch, the mother-child kangaroo, have two tush tags instead of one. Another, more rare Beanie Baby with tag errors is Patti, the Platypus. Patti’s tag has changed color several times from regular fuchsia to deep fuchsia or even light pink.

Beanie Babies are often sold for more than their value. This is because collectors feel that these teddy bears are more valuable than their original counterparts due to the tag errors. However, this is not always the case and there are instances when these errors may actually increase the value of a Beanie Baby.

Another example of a beanie baby with tag errors is the Seaweed Beanie Baby, which was released in 1996. This toy features a soft brown body with a seaweed accessory on the tush. These rare and original Seaweed Ty Beanie Babies can fetch up to $7500 if the tush tag is intact.

Another classic beanie from the 1990s is the Gobbles beanie. These came in a variety of colors and styles, including some with single-layer or double-layer felt waddles. The tail feathers were attached at different heights. If you find the Gobbles beanie baby with a tag error, it can add value to the toy. Similarly, the royal blue Peanut the Elephant from Ty Inc. was also available for a limited time.