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  1. Traveling Woman

    Traveling Woman

    $73.00

    There's no better way to travel around the holidays than by coach — especially if your arms are loaded with gifts! Available 7/15/14. Learn More
  2. Coachman

    Coachman

    $73.00

    Travel in the 1800s was very different than it is today. Without cars, people traveled by foot, horse or stagecoach. In 1861, Mark Twain describes the stagecoach in his book “Roughing It” as a cradle on wheels. In fact, because of its unique construction, the stagecoach rocked as it moved instead of bouncing on steel springs. However, many of Twain’s fellow travelers might have disagreed — poor weather, uneven roads, and the fear of bandits made stagecoach travel anything but comfortable! Available 7/15/14. Learn More
  3. Woman Selling Gingerbread

    Woman Selling Gingerbread

    $73.00

    Our Woman Selling Gingerbread has a Christmas stall filled with Lebkuchenherzen - freshly baked gingerbread hearts. These cookies make great Christmas decorations and gifts for friends and family! Learn More
  4. Nutcracker Vendor

    Nutcracker Vendor

    $80.00

    Decorated nutcrackers date back to the 15th century, when they first appeared in Germany and depicted soldiers, knights, and kings. Over the years, nutcrackers became popular as decorations, especially at Christmas time. This vendor is out on the street selling his wares out of a hand-woven basket. Learn More
  5. Christmas Peddler

    Christmas Peddler

    $88.00

    This Christmas Peddler carries baskets full of colorful ornaments, gingerbread and other festive holiday necessities. Learn More
  6. Pharmacist Woman

    Pharmacist Woman

    $73.00

    Mortars and pestles were a key part of a pharmacist's equipment in the 1800s. The use of leeches was also a popular therapy in the 19th century. Learn More
  7. Pharmacist

    Pharmacist

    $73.00

    Mortars and pestles were a key part of a pharmacist's equipment in the 1800s. The use of leeches was also a popular therapy in the 19th century. Learn More
  8. Woman Selling Glass Ornaments

    Woman Selling Glass Ornaments

    $73.00

    This merchant carefully balances a basket of fragile glass ornaments atop her head while she sells her wares at market. Learn More
  9. Cheese Monger

    Cheese Monger

    $73.00

    If you are looking for a variety of cheese to suit every taste —domestic, imported, buttery, mild or sharp — look no farther than your local Cheese Monger! Learn More
  10. Chimney Sweep

    Chimney Sweep

    $73.00

    In Great Britain, it is considered lucky for a bride to see a chimney sweep on her wedding day. Legend is told that in the year 1066, King William of Britain was saved by a chimney sweep, who pushed him out of the way of a runaway horse and carriage. As a reward, the king invited the chimney sweep to his daughter’s wedding. Ever since, it has been considered to be good luck to have a chimney sweep at a wedding or special event! Available 7/15/14 Learn More
  11. Kiss the Cook Chef

    Kiss the Cook Chef

    $73.00

    This contemporary figure is a great gift for Valentine's Day, Father's Day or Christmas — treat yourself or favorite chef! Learn More
  12. Boy with Wreaths

    Boy with Wreaths

    $71.00

    The 2014 Cries of London is selling traditional Christmas wreaths adorned with bows, ribbons and berries. She is accompanied by two children picking out Christmas greens for their home. Learn More

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