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New Pins from ZuckerPinz

Long time Phan Art collector, Brian Zuckerberg (no relation to Mark, of Facebook), has begun to execute his ideas in to the form of pins. Check out his Facebook page

All PayPal links to purchase these pins are located at the bottom of the post.

Mound is a double clutch pin. This pin is 1.5″ x 1″ and a limited edition of 100. Each pin is numbered on the back. This pin is ALMOST SOLD OUT. The cost is $18, shipping included.

Twist Chocolate is a single clutch pin. It is 1.25″ tall by about .5″ and a limited edition of 100. The cost is $10.

Twist Cherry is a single clutch pin. It is 1.25″ tall by about .5″ and a limited edition of 100. The cost is $10.

Brian is also offering the Twist pins as a set. They are 1.25″ tall by about .5″ and a limited edition of 100. The cost is $15.

The Weekapaug Groove is a double clutch pin. It is 1 3/8″ tall and a limited edition of 150. Each pin is numbered on the back. The cost is $11.

The Pee Wee Mexican Cousin is a double clutch pin. It is 1 3/8″ and a limited edition of 200. The cost is $10.

The Squirming Coil is a double clutch pin. It is 1.25″ x 1.25″ and a limited edition of 300. Each pin is numbered on the back. The cost is $11.

Mound:



 

Twist Chocolate:




 

Twist Cherry:




 

Twist Set:




 

Weekapaug Groove:




 

PeeWee Mexican Cousin:




 

Squirming Coil:





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4 Responses to “New Pins from ZuckerPinz”

  1. Jim carter says:

    I just ordered the Obama/fish pin just wondering if I could get a confirmation email and was wondering how long it would take to get it thanks a lot.

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