I don't know if you've noticed, but the security labels on Disney merchandise have been revamped. I have searched the official Disney website but I have not seen any publicly available anti-counterfeit identification methods, so based on my years of experience in anti-counterfeit printing, I have compiled a few easy-to-identify features for you. Whether you are a group buyer or a retailer, remember to take a look and check them out to protect your rights.
Step 1: Identify the holographic counterfeit label
Due to the technical threshold of holographic labels, after several decades, nowadays "holographic label = genuine authorization" is basically still valid.
This version of the hologram label has the Disney logo embossed in the middle, a cluster of gobos with complex lines in the background, and a hologram lens effect behind the cluster of gobo. The following indicates that this product is authorized by the following brands: Disney/Pixar/Marvel/Star Wars/National Geographic/20th Century Fox.
Remember what a licensed label looks like, don't just accept it when you see a shiny sticker!
Step 2: The "D" floats in a circular area in the top left corner.
There is a circular area in the top left corner of the label. Rotate the label to see the "D" floating in the circular area, which is also a holographic technique, but requires high-end equipment to do so.
Step 3: The gold-powder flowing effect in the Mickey logo on the upper right corner.