7th Generation Beanie Babies Tush Tags

7th Generation Ty Beanie Babies Tush Tags are a drastic difference from previous generations of tags. As the popularity of Beanie Babies grew, so did the amount of counterfeits that hit the market. To combat this, Ty released these holographic tush tags in 1999.

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If you look closely at the back of the tag you will see a faint Ty Logo that looks like a watermark. If you apply heat to the tag, that logo will actually disappear. This was again used to protect against counterfeit Beanie Babies.

The date printed on the back is always the year 1999.

5th Generation Hang Tag Beanie Babies can have 7th Generation Tush Tags.


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Anonymous - 27 May, 2016

I have a beanie bear that arms and legs move and has a gold tag on it is it worth anything.

Etta Smith - 3 April, 2016

I have a 4th generation Patti the Platypus attached to a paper stand behind a heart with a pair of diamond/crystal? baby earring studs. We got this as a donation in the Hospice Resale Shop where I volunteer. It was priced for $140.00 where the item was for sale and reduced to $90.00. Has anyone seen this before? What should we sell it for? Thanks so much for your help. Great site. I learned a lot from it, E

Linda Dudley - 24 March, 2016

Hi……can anyone please tell me the value, if any, of a Glory beanie baby, tush tag says 1998, but hang tag says 1997. Perfect condition, never handled and still in plastic case, with original card from All Star Game, July 7, 1998, Denver Colorado.

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