This is a soft cute little eight-inch plush REINDEER souvenir from MICHIGAN. It has 2½" antlers and three inch longs legs. He is two-toned brown and white. It has white spots on its back. Across its white chest "MICHIGAN" is embroidered with a fishing pole representing the first "I", a hooked fish as "C" and a pine tree as the "A". It has small brown and black plastic button eyes. There are no tags on the reindeer and it is in very good clean condition.I DO NOT BELIEVE IN USING "STOCK" PHOTOGRAPHS. THE ITEM(S) YOU SEE IN THESE PHOTOS IS (ARE) WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE!DUE TO SCANNER LIMITATIONS, SOME PICTURES MAY BE CROPPED. View My Other Items For Sale SHIPPING:I use the U.S. Postal Service. I have had very serious problems almostevery time I have used UPS so I do not employ them. USPS rates,convenience and service areas cannot be topped and I have had verylittle problems. Allpayments are to be in U.S. funds. YES, I AM HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIPPING IF I AM NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE THAT OTHER ITEMS ARE BEING PURCHASED! WARRANTY:I try to be as thorough as possible in listing all pertinentinformation along with all known defects and damage. I will refund allcosts and expenses if any UNDISCLOSED problems are discovered with oneexception. If I have inadvertently omitted some information about theitem, I cannot be held liable for that. Please contact me BEFORElooking for any item clarification and I willanswer as soon as I can. Delivery confirmation or customs numberswill be provided upon request as proof of mailing when available. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS SPECIAL NOTICE: Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price orshipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Pleasecheck with your country's customs office to determine what theseadditional costs will be prior to looking / buying. These charges arenormally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or whenyou pick the item up - do not confuse them for additional shippingcharges. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark itemsas "gifts" as United States and international government regulations prohibit suchbehavior.