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He is a tie-dyed bear that seems to be a tribute to musician Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead who died in 1995, designed by Nicholas Scarborough.A group of differently colored dancing bears, originally artwork from the back of an album cover, was one of the band's many iconic images.The guitarist and the bear share a birthday, but the bear was supposedly "born" the date that Jerry died (August 9, 1995).The fast retirement for this Beanie Baby was due to an alleged lawsuit that the Garcia family filed against the Ty company, claiming that the name "Garcia" was used without permission from the family.In the interview with Vice’s Elle Reeve, Cantwell openly expressed racist and anti-Semitic views, and also declared his group as “not nonviolent,” claiming “we’ll fucking kill these people if we have to.” And just hours later — after James Alex Fields Jr.‘s murderous attack triggered a state of emergency in the Virginia city — Cantwell learned of a warrant out for his arrest, and posted a tearful confessional in which he said he was “terrified” of police.
They only made about 500 of these beanies and can go for 00 with an original tag. Photograph submitted to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals on first page of the appendix depicting Ty's Beanie Baby: "Squealer" (Top) and GMA's stuffed animal: "Preston the Pig" (Bottom) Authorities cracked down on counterfeit Beanie Babies in the late 1990s with some prosecuted for involvement in their commerce.
It first started production in 1995 as a royal blue color.
Then, Ty noticed that the fabric coloring was wrong, and that it needed to be the light blue color, so they started the light blue version and stopped the royal blue.
None of these lines did as well as Beanie Babies although they kept the company alive after the fad ended and eventually some became successful in their own right.
Another important design element is that of the tag.