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Style #4600

Maple was originally named
"Pride." Rumor has it, that
due to the confusion
involving the well-known
slogan, "Pride of America,"
the name was changed, but
not before the first 10,000
(originally thought to be
3,000) slipped out with the
incorrect tush tag.
Although most mistakes are
not acknowledged with
higher values, this one is
expected to skyrocket in
value.

Maple was produced
specifically to honor the
Canadian Independence Day.
Shipped exclusively to
Canada and displaying the
Canadian flag, one has to
wonder how many Maples
actually stayed in Canada
versus how many found their
homes in American
collections! Canadian
retailers caught on
quickly, charging up to
$200 American dollars plus
15% Canadian taxes plus
shipping. All Maples and
Maple/Prides have the
second Canadian tush tag
attached.

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Maple   the   Canadian   Teddy

Maple the bear likes to ski
With his friends, he plays hockey
He loves pancakes and eats every crumb
Can you guess which country he's from?

Maple the Canadian Bear was introduced in February, 1997.
Maple the Canadian Bear is a current Beanie Baby.

His birthday is July 1, 1996.

Maple the Bear
4th Generation Hang Tag - $ 100
5th Generation Hang Tag - $ 80
Maple the Bear (Pride Tush)
4th Generation Hang Tag - $ 525


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