SCS membership was continuing to grow across more countries when the Seals were introduced as the 1991 SCS Annual Edition. Whereas the Swarovski Dolphins Certificate included 7 different language translations, the Swarovski Seals was the earliest certificate to include yet one more language.
The genuine Swarovski Seals Certificate was the first certificate to be like a stapled pamphlet, with each page featuring a different languages English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Flemish, and Chinese.
The Swarovski –assigned reference number is located on the back side of the certificate in tiny print. Officially, the Swarovski Seals certificate is DO4MM91XX. The Seals ‘Save Me’ Certificate can also be found using another reference # DO1X911C, which was originally used in the Warner’s Blue Ribbon Books on Swarovski insurance price guide.
Regarding availability and replacement value, the SCS Swarovski Seals Certificate easy to find at the moment. At Crystal Exchange America, the last ones sold were in the neighborhood of $50 – $150, there are not a high number of transactions on them for a consistently reliable replacement value. We recommend purchasing Swarovski SCS AE figurines as a total package with original box and original certificate.
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