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PostPosted: Thu Aug 06, 2020 7:02 pm 
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Hello fellow enthusiasts. I just sold the 50th complete set of the Cardboard Christmas Putz House Collector's Guide. AS most of you know the Guide is an ever growing project. I just finished a chapter on Putz Houses that don't really fit into other categories. They are "A Family of Their Own". The Guide now consists of 50 sub chapters into 12 volumes of over 1000 pages. I haven't even scratched the surface of even my own collection not to mention other peoples fabulous collections.


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Hi Pete, I love all the chapters I consider them coffee table books, I love looking at them over and over again.

You have done a truly amazing job putting these together, they are a go to guide for all putz enthusiasts whether a collector or someone like me who loves building reproductions.


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Pete...

Congratulations on this new chapter...and all the others as well...truly a labor of love...and lots of hours of work...but when it's something you are passionate about...who count the time?...

My very best regards...

Howard...


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Wonderful! featuring at my blog! Love that cover.


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