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 Post subject: NEW REPLACEMENT FIGURES
PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:41 pm 
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Hello Fellow Collector's, Here are the newest members of the Replacement Figure Family. As I've stated before these are made from the molds that we made from the original Japanese figures. With today's technologies we cab easily capture every detail and nuance of the originals. I believe we are down to just two of the originals that I don't have a sample of. We're still needing the "Sitting Bulldog" and "The Cat". We may be missing one or two others that I'm not aware of? These figures are ready to be painted and added to the Putz House Base that had been stripped of the original. There are a couple of artisians out there that have brought these pieces back to life with their painting skills. If interested contact me at oehmen@sbcglobal.net


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What we've added is the "Sking Santa" (Bisque), the "Little Boy" (Clay), the "Little Car" (Clay), "The Priest with Cross" (Bisque), "The Kneeling Dog" (Clay), "The Sneaky Santa" (Clay), Two sizes of "The Snowman without a Hat" (Clay), and a "Flat Santa Face" used for Candy Container Cotton Santa's. $7.00 each of $6.00 each if you buy 3.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:40 pm 
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Hey Pete - these are awesome! I like the crouching santa and the turtleneck person (a boy I think).

John


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Thanks for reminding me about these again!


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Pete these are wonderful!!

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!


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I'm glad you did the plain snowman since my original inadvertently ended up in the trash. I'll be in touch.


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