How can you tell if a Funko Pop is rare?
The main factor that makes a Funko Pop rare is when there is a small number of pieces produced and if it is a regular or Chase Pop Vinyl.
What is the rarest vinyl Pop?
Top 11 Rarest & Most Expensive Funko Pop Vinyl Figures of All…
- Mickey Mouse (Metallic)
- Superman (Metallic Chase)
- Stranger Things – Hopper (Gold)
- Freddy Funko as Chocula (Metallic)
- Boo Berry (Glow in the Dark Chase)
- Dumbo (Clown Paint)
- Star Wars – Darth Maul (Holographic)
- Stan Lee (Superhero) (Red Metallic)
How do I identify my Funko Pop?
Every Funko Pop has a serial number either engraved on the bottom of the figurine’s foot or head and printed on the box or sticker. So if the serial number of the Funko Pop you are about to get went on vacation, then think again.
How can you tell if Funkos are real?
The Pop figure should have a serial number printed on it – the same serial number that is on the bottom of the box. This serial number will either be on the bottom of the foot or at the bottom of the head in a colour print – white, black, red etc – so it is clearly visible. If it has no serial number, then it is fake.
Can you scan a fake Funko Pop?
The Funko app allows you to scan bar code scan to quickly enter and track figures in your collection. If you scan the box and it doesn’t show up, it might not be a valid UPC number. This is not necessarily suggestive of a fraudulent product, but you would be prompted to investigate the item further.
What are the numbers on Funko Pop?
The numbers on funko pop boxes belong to a logical funko numbering system, informing collectors when a funko pop was released and produced. Each Funko pop is a part of a pop vinyl line, and the number indicates which pop came before the other within that pop vinyl line.
What does GW mean in Funko pop?
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