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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2018 12:17 pm 
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Here we go... some close ups of this year's village, including two new semi-giants (?) at front center and, in the back row, behind the stage coach,a tiny lakkie that Barb was able to restore to its original glory. Crawling around the putz to take pictures is just the thing for a gloomy
morning! Enjoy. :)


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You have some lovely houses...but I am especially taken with your "band"/musician figures.


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OKPat...

I'm late in posting a comment...but have been looking at since you posted these closeups...i'm especially drawn to the houses in the fourth and the last photo...they are really something...and i think i see a few "flatties" that i recognize...those Barclay lead figures are the perfect accents...so much eye candy...

my very best regards...

Howard...


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A thing of beauty that I can look at over and over again!!


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