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  1. Man Selling Bells

    Man Selling Bells

    $71.00

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    From church bells that toll on Christmas morning to the jingle bells attached to a horse and sleigh, bells and Christmastime go together. Learn More
  2. Girl with Glass Ornaments

    Girl with Glass Ornaments

    $69.00

    The 2013 Cries of London is selling beautiful blown glass Christmas ornaments. He is accompanied by a family buying ornaments for their tree. Learn More
  3. Boy with Glass Ornaments

    Boy with Glass Ornaments

    $69.00

    The 2013 Cries of London is selling beautiful blown glass Christmas ornaments. He is accompanied by a family buying ornaments for their tree. Learn More
  4. George Washington

    George Washington

    $75.00

    The style of dress for George was taken from the famous painting of George Washington crossing the Delaware on Christmas Eve, 1776. The General is holding a whip, echoing Thomas Jefferson's statement that Washington was "The best horseman of his age, and the most graceful figure that could be seen on horseback."; Proceeds from the sale of this figure will help support the Mt Vernon Ladies Association. Learn More
  5. Abraham Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln

    $70.00

    16th President of the United States and considered by many Americans to be one of their greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln guided the nation through the Civil War. Size: 13" High Learn More
  6. Union Soldier

    Union Soldier

    $49.99

    When the Civil War began, the United States had only a tiny paid army. States had volunteer militias to help the regular army. The need for more men became greater and both sides started a draft or conscription. The South started it in 1862. The North started their draft in 1863. Learn More
  7. Confederate Soldier

    Confederate Soldier

    $45.00

    When the Civil War began, the United States had only a tiny paid army. States had volunteer militias to help the regular army. The need for more men became greater and both sides started a draft or conscription. The South started it in 1862. The North started their draft in 1863. Learn More
  8. Singing in the Rain Woman

    Singing in the Rain Woman

    $73.00

    You can still have a sunny day when it’s raining—with a smile on your face and joy in your heart, just pull out your umbrella and keep on singing! Learn More
  9. Woman Selling Bumbershoots

    Woman Selling Bumbershoots

    $72.00

    Another name for umbrella is bumbershoot. This woman is selling her wares for a rainy day! Learn More
  10. Colonial Woman with Bouquet

    Colonial Woman with Bouquet

    $73.00

    Our Colonial Woman is dressed for spring in soft pastel colors and carries a delicate posy of fresh-picked flowers. Her partner is also dressed for the season and carries a guitar ready to sing a song for his sweetheart. Learn More
  11. Colonial Man Serenading

    Colonial Man Serenading

    $73.00

    Our Colonial Woman is dressed for spring in soft pastel colors and carries a delicate posy of fresh-picked flowers. Her partner is also dressed for the season and carries a guitar ready to sing a song for his sweetheart. Learn More
  12. Candy Cane Mrs. Claus

    Candy Cane Mrs. Claus

    $75.00

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    Red stripes and mint flavors were first added to candy canes in the 1900’s. Mrs. Claus’ candy cane tree and basket match her fur coat and striped holiday apron perfectly! Learn More

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