When Coraline first looks at the picture frame next to her bed, the "3" from "at 7:30" is missing and "Coraline" is spelled "Coral1n3" on the depicted sign. In the next shot, when she holds the frame in her hands, it says "7:30" and "Coral1ne".
When the Other Wybie frees Coraline and allows her to escape to the Real World, we see numerous decrepit toys and cobwebs around the passageway. Later, when Coraline goes back to the Other World to save her parents and the Ghost Children, all the toys and cobwebs are gone. However, when Coraline tricks the Beldam into reopening the door near the end, one can clearly see that in some shots the toys are back and in ALL shots the cobwebs return as well.
When Coraline first meets the Other Father in the study and is playing his piano, he sings Coraline a song. Notice the red record player in the background is facing Coraline. But when he sings "She's a doll", it is now facing the wall.
While Coraline is eating dinner with her "other parents" she has an empty glass and a full water glass. When Coraline is shown again the water glass is half empty and again when Coraline is shown there is no water glass present at all.
Watch very closely during the opening as the hands unstuff the doll, and restuff it. When you see the doll inside out in full, look down at her feet, with the heel stitches on the same side of the body as the face.
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After Coraline acquires the last of the eyes of the ghost children and the Other World begins to disintegrate around her, the camera quickly moves up to reveal everything around the house is vanishing. In the beginning of that shot, we can plainly see that the metal stairs leading up to the attic apartment of the Other Bobinsky are missing and rightfully back in the very next shot.