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The Party Hat, widely considered the "rarest" item in Club Penguin

Rarity is a common yet loosely defined term used by Club Penguin players, and sometimes even by Club Penguin Staff and in promotional material for the game. It generally refers to items of any kind that only a small amount of players owned, and were thus "rare" to see. There is no official definition for this term.

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What is considered "rare" varies heavily between players, and thus has no conclusive definition. For instance, some people consider items that were not been available in many years, such as since 2006 or 2007 to be "rare", while others consider items that were available to a limited group of players, such as the Green Viking Helmet and Penguin Of The Week Background, to be "rare" as well. Pins and anniversary hats are widely considered "rare", as, with few exceptions for pins, were never re-released after their initial period of availability. Old accounts created in Club Penguin's early years may also be be referred to as a "rare" penguin/account.

There is no single definition of what "rare" means by Club Penguin staff. The term "rare" was often used officially in varying contexts, sometimes similar to the common definition of something not being available for a long period of time, or sometimes used to refer to items available exclusively at parties. Occasionally, staff used "rare" as a noun (such as "the rares") to refer to people that had been playing Club Penguin for a long time.

For the purposes of the Club Penguin Wiki, items are marked as "rare" if they were not available for over four years before the current day, and therefore, the items listed on this page are items that were last available on or before March 30, 2013- four years before Club Penguin's final day before closure. This specific definition, like the ones listed above, are not official, and should not be taken as such.

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Head items[]

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Face items[]

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Neck items[]

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Body items[]

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Hand items[]

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Feet items[]

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Pins[]

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Backgrounds[]

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Furniture[]

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Flooring[]

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Igloos[]

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Postcards[]

Because the Penguin Mail was only released on July 14, 2008, every postcard that was last available before this date cannot be kept in the mailbox. Some older postcards have been replaced with new ones as well.

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