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PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2019 4:45 pm 
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PUTZ HOUSE PARTS CATALOG. The Glow Convention forced me to assemble all of my bits and pieces into a cohesive book. I even got permission from Lynn D. to produce her replicas of the DOLLY DOORS & WINDOWS. She had built this art work over many years but had no outlet. I print these on 80 year old paper that lends then to a bit of an authentic look. I sell the Catalog for $5 but you get that back on your first order of $5 and over.


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20 full pages of replacement parts...


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just a couple more...


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This should be a great resource, as you've been coming out with repro parts after repro parts for awhile now.
The cover said Vol 1. Is there plans for a second volume too?

Steve


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Pete, it's nice to see the Dolly Rose Window. That was one of my favorites.

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pete...

this catalog should be in the library of every putz collector, restorer and maker!...it's one source for all those bits and bobs you can't just go to the craft store and find...and...were I much younger...(not possible :mrgreen: )...i'd personally have all the chapters of your encyclopedia of houses, too...

my very best regards...

old howard...


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Pete, I will be adding this catalog to my library with my next order. I appreciate the years of honest, hard work that you have put into researching, collecting and experimenting with ways to restore our houses to their original glory. My collection and reproductions would not be what they are without your contributions. THANK YOU! Barb


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Hi Pete,
Please share you contact informtion again to order this catalogue.
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Hello Lee. I'm glad to share the information. Anyone can Email me at oehmen@sbcglobal.net for a catalog. They are $5.00 each which is deducted from your first order. Also $2.00 postage. Hope to hear from you, Pete.


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Hello Pete - Agree with all sentiments above! Especially those that reflect the years of effort and contributions you have made to Putz enthusiasts. As a long time purchaser of your products I will be adding it to my next order as well!

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