87/446 Indian Impostor  

Original selling price: $16.00
Introduced: January 1996
Issued: 1996
Retired: 2000

The name on the box label is different from the bottom stamp.  The bottom stamp has an "E" rather than an "O".  All the catalogs show it as Impostor spelled with an "O".  The snail was produced without antennae. 

The photo on the box has the flowers pink, yellow and white.  The flowers on  Scooter's piece are red, yellow and white.         

The 1996 catalog (pg. 13) has Indian Impostor with a white and red striped headband and a red ribbon around the snail and acorn.  The color of the acorn is darker, and the flowers are pink, yellow and gray.  

The actual production piece below is similar to the photo in the 1997 revised catalog (pg. 17) except that the catalog shows a pink flower and the piece below has a red flower. 

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Revised: 02/20/06.