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  1. Hogwarts Great Hall & Tower

    This Department 56 Harry Potter figurine shows a portion of the campus, highlighting the Great Hall and the Great Tower.
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  2. Hogwarts Astronomy Tower

    This Department 56 Hogwarts tower is a great addition to your collection! The highest peak at Hogwarts is the astronomy tower, where young witches and
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  3. The Burrow

    Harry Potter's favorite place to spend his holidays away from Hogwarts is with the l Weasley family at their country home, nicknamed the Burrow. This
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  4. Hogwarts Express Train

    Every witch and wizard's year at Hogwarts begins with a magical journey aboard the Hogwarts Express train, perfectly crafted by Department 56.
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  5. Draco Waits at Platform 9 3/4

    In this Department 56 item, Draco is dressed in his Slytherin finest. Draco waits to Draco Malfoy, Harry Potter's arch rival and least favorite classm
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  6. Chasing The Snitch

    Harry Potter proves himself in a game of Quidditch in this Department 56 figurine. Animated effect features Harry, riding his broomstick, while chasin
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  7. Ollivanders Wand Shop

    Located in Diagon Alley, Ollivanders was founded in 382, BC. It is the place where every young wizard receives his or her wand, perfectly recreated in
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  8. Wingardium Leviosa!

    A fine test of powers, “Wingardium Leviosa” is a magical charm, one of the first learned by a young wizard. This Department 56 item is the perfect
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  9. Hagrid's Hut

    In this Department 56 item, Hagrid’s Hut is comprised of 2 round sections with witch hat peaks,and is a charming dwelling located at the edge of the
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  10. A Proud Hippogriff, Indeed

    Hagrid's kind-hearted personality allows him a strong relationship with the Hippogriffs, a mythological creature of half eagle and half horse.
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  11. Royal Bank of Cornhill

    As the financial center of London and, by extension, all of England, Cornhill is a district full of banks such as this one, perfectly crafted by Depar
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  12. The Emerald Express Train

    All aboard! This Department 56 antique express train consists of three cars: the engine, the coal car and the passenger carriage.
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  13. Cornhill Bankers

    Dressed in their finest suits and tophats, a trio of Cornhill bankers have what is probably a dreadfully dry discussion about loans and credit, recrea
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  14. Victorian Grange House

    Grange houses are historically mid-size to larger homes found on farms, nicely exemplified by this Department 56 item.
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  15. A Country Outing

    As winters sets begins in the English countryside, a mother, wearing her warmest dress, takes her young child out for a sleigh ride through the snow i
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  16. Continental Tour Or London?

    A conductor is frazzled as a wealthy couple arrives at his depot with more than enough luggage for two. Will this be a visit to downtown London or a s
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  17. Snowball Fun

    Fun filled Village accessory depicting the fun of a recent snow fall. This Department 56 item is hand painted porcelain.
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  18. Odin R. Hicks Fish & Chips

    There's not a heartier and more distinctly English meal on the menu than fish and chips! Department 56 makes Odin R. Hicks pub come alive.
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  19. Fish & Chips On Me

    Two finely dressed English mates start a night out with a meal at Odin R. Hicks in this Department 56 figurine.
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  20. Playing With A Puppy

    Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56, these children are playing with their new Christmas puppy.
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  21. Ten Lords Manor

    Part of Twelfth Night, Ten Lords Manor celebrates the elegant competition of show jumping in this Department 56 item.
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  22. Victorian Show Jumping

    The sport of horse jumping has its roots in the culture of Victorian England, and remains a popular attraction at equestrian shows to this day. This D
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  23. Dickens' Village Gate

    This Department 56 Dickens' Village item is specially priced gate features 2 lit lanterns at the entrance. The door replicates an iron gate designed t
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  24. Caroling by Lamplight

    Part of the Dickens' Village Series from Department 56. Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape. This carolling lamplig
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  25. A Christmas Beginning

    Bringing home the tree was the way to start decorating for the holidays. Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56
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  26. London Newspaper Stand

    This item is part of the Dickens' Village Series by Department 56 is in Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape. In thi
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  27. Lighting The Lane

    From afar, you may not be able to tell where the lamplighter is, but you can you always tell where he's been by the glow of the gaslights lighting the
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  28. Ebenezer Scrooge's House

    A cornerstone of the Dickens' Village "A Christmas Carol", this piece which was introduced in 1991 and continues to be a favorite among collectors
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  29. Cratchit's Corner

    Hand-crafted and hand-painted porcelain lit building, designed and manufactured by the artists of Department 56 for "A Christmas Carol", enjoy the Cra
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  30. Bob Cratchit & Tiny Tim

    This Department 56 "Christmas Carol" figurine is hand-crafted and hand-painted porcelain figurine featuring the triumphant Bob Cratchit with Tiny Tim.
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  31. Chestnut Vendor

    This Department 56 "Christmas Carol" figurine is a hand-crafted and hand-painted porcelain figurine. The chestnut stove glows with this chestnut vendo
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  32. Mrs. Perrywell's Puddings

    Plum pudding, a traditional course for special occasions in Victorian England, was served as a flaming dessert, making a spectacular statement and fes
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  33. Christmas Carol Cemetery

    We are so excited to incorporate the glowing Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come into this spectacular graveyard scene with the Department 56 "Christmas Ca
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  34. Caroling With Crachit Family

    This Department 56 "Christmas Carol" collection includes a delightful set of three pieces which features the family of Bob Cratchit out for some holid
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  35. Lincoln Station

    The Department 56 Lincoln Station is a fine representation of early century revival architecture and makes a fitting gateway to the City.
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  36. Angels Heard On High

    In preparation for the annual children's' Christmas choir, a nun teaches three little angels to sing their lines in chorus in this Department 56 item.
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  37. A Stitch In Yule Time

    The finest elf fabrics are hand-knitted at A Stitch in Yule Time, a premium fabric store found in the heart of the North Pole. This department 56 item
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  38. Static Electricity Expert

    The head elf scientist of North Lights Power is rumored to be a bit eccentric, but no one questions his results. This department 56 item is a great ad
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  39. Merry Lane Cottages, #7 & 8

    New to town on Elf Lane is Flakey & Starz, moving in right next door to Minty & Glitzy in their new cottages! This Department 56 item is a great addit
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  40. Alpine Cowbell Forge

    The purpose of this Department 56 Alpine Village cowbell is to assist the rancher or herder in locating the cows while they are out grazing.
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  41. Oma's Bakery

    Collect Oma's Bakery from the Alpine Village Department 56 line.
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  42. Hurry Up or Wait?

    Alpine Village from Deptarment 56 features a future farmer coaxes a young calf into the barn.
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  43. Sweets for my Sweet

    Alpine Village from Deptarment 56 features a young couple enjoying an early morning trip to the bakery.
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  44. JT Hat Co.

    Department 56 features a stylish front window reminiscent of the art nouveau period during the early 1900s creates the perfect backdrop for the finest
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  45. Harry Jacobs Jewellers

    A trusted jeweler is a sure benefit, and Harry Jacobs is proud to serve our City.
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  46. The Savoy Ballroom

    This Department 56 line features the Savoy Ballroom located on Lenox Avenue in Harlem New York.
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  47. Model Railroad Shop

    This Department 56 line is enticing all, model railroad shops sprang up in cities across the country.
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  48. Tip O' The Hats

    This Department 56 line feature two gents tip their hats from the Christmas in the City line.
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  49. Will You Marry Me?

    This Department 56 line feature a partner on one knee with ring in hand from the Christmas in the City line.
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  50. The Lindy Hop

    This Department 56 item features a couple doing the Lindy Hop from the Christmas in the City line.
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  51. Eleven Pipers Piping Shop

    This Department 56 item features one of the fine shops on London's Regent St. the pipe shop.
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  52. The Mulberry Gate House

    This Department 56 item features the Mulberry Gate House.
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  53. A Relaxing Smoke in the Park

    This Department 56 item features a couple of gents relaxing and enjoying a smoke in the park.
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  54. A True Cockney Couple

    This Department 56 item features a couple who who live near the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow are proud citizens of London.
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  55. An Inspiring Book

    This Department 56 item features a couple of ladies discussing a new release of an inspiring book.
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  56. This Big or Bigger!

    This Department 56 item features a couple of getting ready to go fishing and discuss how big the fish they are catching will be.
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  57. A Path Fit for a King

    This Department 56 item features a gardener working hard to make sure everything is perfect!
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  58. Scrooge's Boyhood Home

    This Department 56 item features Scrooge meeting the Ghost of Christmas Past.
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  59. Edgartown Boat Builder

    This Department 56 item features Edgartown Boat Builder.
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  60. Edgartown Harbor Light

    This Department 56 item features Edgartown harbour light.
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  61. Gingerbread Cottage #1

    This Department 56 item features the streets of Gingerbread Cottages.
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  62. Mending the Sails

    This Department 56 item features an elder sailor shows a younger lad how to check for areas of the sails and lines in need of repair.
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  63. Looking for Purrfect Weather

    This Department 56 item features a light keeper checking the horizon for upcoming weather with his kitten.
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  64. Christmas Cranberries

    This Department 56 item features a pair stinging cranberries together for holiday trees.
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  65. Ginger's Cottage

    This Department 56 item features Ginger's cottage made by magical elves.
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  66. Snowy's Diner

    After a long day of building toys, Santa and his elves love to stop at Snowy’s Diner.
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  67. Santa's Snowflake Palace

    At a castle fit for a king, the large door opens to welcome visitors to the North Pole at Santa's Snowflake Palace.
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  68. St. Nick's Gift Sorting Center

    How does Santa get all the presents wrapped and packed for delivery? The St. Nick Sorting Center offers plenty of help.
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  69. Luna's Luminaries

    The elves at Luna’s work throughout the year, creating a wide assortment of luminaries.
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  70. Rudolph's Blinking Beacon

    Inspired by Rudolph’s nose, the Blinking Beacon light tower illuminates the whole Village of North Pole.
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  71. Ginger's Gingerbread Cookie

    Ginger is decorating her yard with gingerbread trees, adding extra icing and extra cheer.
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  72. Shoveling Budding For Hire

    This Department 56 item features Santa and his furry friend shovelling through the North Pole sidewalks.
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  73. Make-A-Bow Machine

    This Department 56 item features a Make-A-Bow machine.
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  74. For A Luminous Christmas

    Two of Santa’s helpers light the last of the luminaries for the evening.
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  75. Nice Landing Rudolph!

    Santa gives young Rudolph tips on sticking the perfect landing.
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  76. The North Pole House

    This neighbour chose to theme their home ‘North Pole House'.
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  77. Rockwell's Holiday Exhibit

    This year, Mainstreet Gallery hosts a evening with Norman Rockwell.
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  78. Christmas in the Mansion

    Designed in the architectural style of Classical Revival, “Christmas In The Mansion” is a most stately addition to the Original Snow Village.
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  79. Jelly Of The Month Club

    In the movie, Christmas Vacation, Clark’s dreams take a turn when he learns that his Christmas bonus is a subscription to the “Jelly of the Month
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  80. Sleigh Bells Hitching Post

    A horse drawn sleigh ride from Sleigh Bells is one of the most fun traditions of all.
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  81. Village Vinyl

    Village Vinyl is the place to find all the albums from your favourite stars.
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  82. Winter Wonderland Cabin

    This Department 56 item features the perfect winter wonderland cabin.
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  83. Home Sleet Home Fish Shack

    Glowing Christmas lights lead us to the newest fish house on the lake.
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  84. Heading for the Hills

    Mom and dad end their day by heading to the hills to give their little one a sled ride home.
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  85. Rockwell's "Cover Girl"

    Girl reading the “Saturday Evening Post” gives the illusion of being a cover girl beauty.
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  86. Sleigh Bell Ride

    A one-horse open sleigh ride provides a happy couple with a wintertime tradition.
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  87. I'm Sorry, Merry Christmas

    This Department 56 item is straight from the movie scene.
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  88. A Day on the Lake

    This Department 56 item features a man hauling his sled with cooler out to the ice house to join his friends.
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  89. Feelin' Groovy

    This Department 56 item features best friends checking out the cover of their newest albums.
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  90. Bringing Home Christmas

    This Department 56 item features a couple bringing home a fresh cut tree wrapped in netting.
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  91. Snow Village Water Tower

    New tower in Snow Village includes iconic logo script and a festive holiday touch.
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  92. Winter Woodland Standoff

    This department 56 item features a couple, with their dog, having a fun snowball fight.
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  93. Clark & Rusty Cont. Tradition

    This Department 56 item features Clark and Rusty unpacks boxes of lights.
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  94. Christmas Vacation, Bingo

    This Department 56 item features cousin Eddie from Christmas Vacation.
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  95. Fire It Up Dad!

    This Department 56 item features Rusty ready to fire up the Christmas lights!
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  96. The Griswold Holiday Garage

    Complete your Christmas Vacation scene with this companion to the Griswold Holiday House.
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  97. Cousin Eddie's RV

    This Department 56 item features Cousin Eddie's RV.
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  98. Griswold Sled Shack

    This Department 56 item features Clark takes off on his sled, and out of control, crashes through the warming house.
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  99. Pool Fantasy

    Without his Christmas bonus, Griswold’s biggest fantasy, the backyard pool, will be down the drain.
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  100. Animated Flaming Sleigh

    This Department 56 item features the Animated Flaming Sleigh, from the famous scene when the yard decorations take flight.
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  101. The Griswold Holiday House

    What is more Christmas-y than the home of Clark Griswold?
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  102. Aunt Bethany's House

    Aunt Bethany has become a fan-favourite character from National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.
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  103. Clark Trims The Tree

    Armed with a chain saw, protected with his hockey mask, Clark is ready to trim the tree.
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  104. Gringotts Bank Vault

    Part way down Diagon Alley, stands an imposing snow-white marble building: Gringotts Wizarding Bank.
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  105. Harry Potter Bookends

    Platform 9¾ is where Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry students board the Hogwarts Express. Perfect for your Harry Potter book or DVD collec
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  106. Pondering A Love Potion

    The youngest Weasley sibling, Ginny, wonders about a love potion, should she use on Harry?
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  107. Eeylops Owl Emporium

    It was Harry’s 11th birthday, July 31st, 1991 when Rubeus Hagrid brought Harry to Eeylops Owl Emporium to buy him his pet, Hedwig.
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  108. Snowman Watertower

    This Department 56 "Snowman Watertower" figurine includes a tree with holiday lights and a sign promoting the local Snowman festival.
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  109. Murphy's Irish Pub

    Everyone, not just the Irish, are welcome at Murphy's for a cup of good cheer! This Department 56 "Murphy's Irish Pub" building is from the Christmas
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  110. She'll Be Belle Of The Ball

    This Department 56 figurine features an elf knitter getting one of Mrs. Claus' dresses ready for an evening with Santa, ensuring "She'll Be Belle Of T
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  111. Lit Ice Castle Throne

    Santa takes his proper place on an icy throne. This Department 56 accessory is perfect for Winter Carnival or the North Pole Series.
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  112. Day of the Dead Church

    This Department 56 figurine celebrates Day of the Dead, celebrated Nov 1 and 2, which is a time to honour our family members who have passed.
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  113. Celebrating Lady of Guadalupe

    This Department 56 figurine showcases Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patron saint of Mexico.
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  114. Autumn Gourds

    Pumpkins and gourds in a pyramid make a great autumn Village yard decor to your Department 56 village!
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  115. Spells & Potions Kiosk

    Every witch needs a place to buy her potions and ingredients for spells and the Department 56 "Spells & Potions Kiosk" is the newest retailer in the H
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  116. LIT Grinch Steals Christmas

    The Grinch is a bitter, grouchy creature who hates Christmas. This Department 56 figurine showcases the Grinch and the classic tale of How The Grinch
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  117. Grinch in Lights Lit Ornament

    Department 56 Grinch Christmas ornaments will make your heart grow three sizes this Holiday season.
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  118. LIT Grinch Tree

    We love Christmas and the classic tale of How The Grinch Stole Christmas! This Department 56 figurine displays the Grinch alongside Cindy Lou and Max.
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  119. Mt. Crumpit LIT House

    You can almost hear the dastardly plans the evil Mr Grinch is plotting on those poor Whos down in Whoville! This Department 56 building showcases the
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  120. Who-Ville Pancake House

    Campy architecture attracts the Whos to a fun-filled breakfast, perfect for enjoying on Christmas morning. This Department 56 building is a great addi
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  121. Cindy-Lou Who's House

    This Department 56 building from The Grinch Series showcases Cindy-Lou Who's House, one of the many quirky buildings in Who-ville.
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  122. Grinch Archway

    A perfect welcome sign to your Department 56 Grinch Village, this archway welcomes everyone to Who-ville!
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  123. Mickey's Stuffed Animals

    Santa needs a special shop to make and stuff his famous Disney plush toys!
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  124. North Pole Polar Pizza

    With a colorful "stone" pizza oven out front, The North Pole Pizza will be the "go to" place for all the elves.
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  125. Crayola Crayon Factory

    Tucked into many stockings on Christmas morning are packages of brand new Crayola Crayons.
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  126. Nina's Knit Mittens

    There's no mistaking what goes on here at the North Pole. Elves need lots of mittens to keep their hands warms and dry, so this factory is working day
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  127. Kringles Xmas Tree Gallery

    Kris Kringle has just opened a store where all the different Christmas tree styles are beautifully displayed.
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  128. Gingerbread Cookie Mill

    Gingerbread is one of Santa's favorite cookie flavors and both he and Mrs. Claus love to visit the "Gingerbread Windmill".
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  129. Royal Corps of Drums

    This is the 12th piece and final piece for the "Twelfth Night" series in Dickens' Village.
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  130. Battersea The Dogs' Home

    Battersea has been looking after abandoned and unwanted animals since 1860 and is based in South West London
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  131. St Pancras Old Church

    "Saint Pancras Old Church" is a parish church in Somers Town, Central London.
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  132. Gingerbread Street Lights

    A pair of happy gingerbread figures dance atop these red and white striped street lamps.
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  133. LIT Frosted Hedges

    Good hedges make good neighbors, and the neighbors really like it when the hedges are decked out with holiday lights.
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  134. LIT White Frost Tree

    Trees add personality to your Village display. You can bring in some fun and excitement with this 11 inch Lit White Frost Tree. Requires 2 C batteries
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  135. LIT Frosted White Sisal Tree

    White trees lit with tiny lights are ready to be used with any variety of other sisal trees.
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  136. LIT Frosted White Sisal Tree Set

    White trees lit with tiny lights are ready to be used with any variety of other sisal trees.
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  137. Holiday Holly Tree

    In Western culture, Holly is often thought of as a traditional Christmas decoration that is used in wreaths and on garlands.
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  138. Holiday Holly Hedges

    In Western culture, Holly is often thought of as a traditional Christmas decoration that is used in wreaths and on garlands.
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  139. Christmas Reindeer

    Our Northwoods reindeer, or caribou, wears a collar of jingle bells and stand tall next to a decorated evergreen tree.
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  140. Christmas Poinsettia Cart

    The charming cart adds holiday life to a Village park scene.
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  141. Cardinal Christmas Mailbox

    Legend has it that when a cardinal appears, you know that your departed loved one is near and is thinking of you.
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  142. Cardinal Christmas Pony

    Legend has it that when a cardinal appears, you know that your departed loved one is near and is thinking of you.
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  143. White Christmas Fox Face Off

    In Scandinavia, the fox is considered to be an animal that brings good luck.
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  144. White Christmas Swans

    Swans, who usually mate for life, are often seen swimming in pairs.
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  145. Christmas Rocking Horse

    In traditional red and white, a classical children's hobby horse is decorated and on display in front of any Village house.
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  146. White Christmas Owl

    Perched on the stump of an old tree, the White Owl, rarely seen during the day, patiently waits as it struts its feathers.
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  147. Candy Cane Kitten Surprise

    This mischievous little kitten has found its way into Santa's stocking hat and waits for a good little girl or boy to claim him on Christmas morning.
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  148. Chelsea On the Thames Pub

    This friendly drinking establishment is located just on the edge of the Thames River where the outside steps lead down to the water.
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  149. Catching The Christmas Spirit

    Santa, dressed in his best Western garb, is lassoed by a youngster who thinks he has rounded up the best prize.
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  150. Baby's First Christmas

    This young family is thrilled to be at "Christmas Lane" and uses the opportunity for creating some photographic memories.
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  151. Her Fine Feathered Friend

    When the "Cardinal Lady" steps out of her trailer, the birds swoop in to greet her because they know she has a treat for them.
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  152. It's A Dipstick, Billy

    The gas attendant is careful to check the oil level on each automobile he services and shows the youngster just how to read the dipstick.
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  153. SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH LYNN

    Our longtime friend and accessory artist, Lynn Maderich was also an accomplished artist in her own right.
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  154. A Festive Christmas Gate

    After hosting the over-decorated house contest for 18 years, this year "Christmas Lane" will feature a beautiful gate announcing this special sub-divi
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  155. The Woolworth Building

    The Woolworth Building is an early American skyscraper designed by architect Cass Gilbert and built in 1913.
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  156. FAO Schwarz

    FAO Schwarz is the oldest toy store in the United States, first opening its doors in 1862 in Baltimore.
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  157. Joining Forces

    One of the real-life FAO Schwartz soldiers, who greets visitors to the toy store, shows a youngster just the right way to salute.
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  158. Save Some Room For Fish Sticks

    "Even if you haven't caught a fish, Dad, I've got us a few snacks!"
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  159. A Huggable Christmas

    This elf has stuffed the Pluto stuffed animal with just the right amount of soft stuffing.
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  160. Gingerbread Road, Curved

    Created to look good enough to eat, the gingerbread road is edged in fluffy white frosting and you can fit several together to create your gingerbread
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  161. That's A Wrap

    Technology is helping our elves make quick work of labeling each crayon with a special label.
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  162. North Pole Nutcracker Factory

    Nutcrackers date back to at least the 17th century when they first were made in Germany. Many were carved to resemble a soldier, or a king.
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  163. Engine Company 31

    Our "Engine Company 31" was inspired by a firestation built in New York City in 1895.
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  164. Luchow's German Restaurant

    A New York City German Restaurant, located near Union Station in the East Village, that, at the turn of the 20th century, was the place to eat, drink
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  165. Red With Greens Street Lights

    Our Village street lamps are painted in holiday red to make the season a little more festive. Each lamp is decorated with a bright green evergreen wre
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  166. Cardinal Christmas Fence

    Legend has it that when a cardinal appears, you know that your departed loved one is near and is thinking of you.
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  167. Fido's Christmas Getaway

    Everybody gets into the holiday spirit -- even the family pet gets decorations on the dog house!
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  168. Cardinal Christmas Bench

    Legend has it that when a cardinal appears, you know that your departed loved one is near and is thinking of you.
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  169. Lucky The Snowman 2021

    Some people tip their hats, others raise a glass to toast New Year's eve.
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  170. Ready To Decorate

    The perfect gift to remind someone to start decorating!
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  171. Limestone Road, Straight

    Using a variety of masonry colors, these limestone roads are carved to look dimensional will fit together to create a street, sidewalk or road in any
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  172. Cardinal Christmas Gate

    This LED lit accessory will perfectly frame the front of most Snow Village houses.
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  173. Cotswold Greengrocer

    The Cotswold's is a beautiful rural area west and south of London filled with rolling hills and quaint architecture.
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  174. Hitching Post

    This Main Street outfitters cannot be mistaken with the ten gallon hat sign and bright red boots featured on the front of the building, and the Wester
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  175. Advent Wreath Countdown

    As tradition has it, during the season of Advent, a candle is lit each Sunday marking the weeks before Christmas.
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  176. Haunted Swamp Shanty

    What can be more spooky than a haunted swamp? In our swamp, we find rhe "Haunted Swamp Shanty," a houseboat that has run aground and neglected for a l
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  177. Visiting The Miner's Home

    From Dickens' most popular story, "A Christmas Carol", the Spirit of Christmas Present appears to Ebenezer dressed in a green velvet robe.
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  178. Lot 60, Christmas Court

    Another trailer has pulled into "Christmas Court", the most sought after trailer court in town! Lot 60 is occupied by a snappy red trailer belonging t
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  179. Pleasant View Church

    Country Living is a field guide to the good life, perfectly captured in this Pleasant View Church Giftware.
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  180. Joseph Edward Tea Shoppe

    During the 1800s, it was popular to speculate which clipper ship carrying tea from the Far East would arrive first in London.
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  181. The Addams Family Crypt

    The Addams Family crypt is haunted by ghosts of relatives past, who occasionally rise from the grave to party and wreck havoc.
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  182. Beware Of Hitchhikers

    These iconic figures are part of the Disneyland experience at the "Haunted Mansion" and a must have to accessorize the mansion in your display.
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  183. Santa's Hot Cocoa Cafe

    This Santa mug shaped building is a Department 56 favorite hang-out for all hard working elves.
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  184. Breaking News

    Two dapper newsmen stop to compare notes and read a headlining article in the local newspaper.
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  185. Lit Christmas Tree Lot

    A Balsam Fir, Long Needle Pine or Fraser Fir? This corner tree lot is lit by an old fashioned street light. A great accessory to add to any Village sc
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  186. Day Of The Dead Remeberance

    As tradition has it, a candle is lit to remember loved ones who have passed on the "Day of the Dead."
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  187. London Gin Distillery

    Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56, the distillery features an animated water wheel used to power the machinery inside the Victori
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  188. Winter Birch

    A set of six trees in 12", 9.5" and 7" sizes that bend to your needs. Use Department 56 Cross Product accessories to enhance your Village display.
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  189. Man's Best Friends

    This Department 56 accessory shows one of the volunteers feeding a Golden Retriever and a Border Collie who somehow found themselves to be at "Batters
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  190. A Splendid Dinner

    Diamond Jim Brady was a wealthy New York businessman who was often seen dining at Luchow's German Restaurant, a classic Department 56 item.
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  191. Holiday Luminaries

    A Southwestern traditional of luminaries lit on Christmas eve is possible with these tiny LED Department 56 luminary bags.
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  192. Suffragetes

    One hundred years ago American women earned the right to vote in National elections as depicted in this Dept 56 figurine.
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  193. Ghostbusters Firehouse

    Every great team needs a base of operations! When they first got their business up and running, the Department 56 Ghostbusters set up shop in an aband
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  194. Ghostbusters Slimer

    Let this Department 56 Slimer bring a little harmless haunting to your Village; just don’t leave any leftovers unattended!
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  195. Dr. Egon Spengler

    Stoic, socially awkward & endlessly fascinated by both science and the paranormal, this Department 56 Dr. Egon Spengler is the brains of the Ghostbust
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  196. Hot Chocolate Tower

    With the tower shaped like a pot of Hot Cocoa, this accessory is part of The North Pole Collection by Department 56.
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  197. Fresh Fallen Snow

    A must for all Village displays -- add a little here, and a little there! And voila! It's Christmas!
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  198. Jack-o-lantern Lit Fence

    Set of 2 with lit Jack-o-laterns gives a Victorian vibe, perfect for your grand Village haunted mansion.
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  199. Midnight Moss Trees

    Set of 2 bare branch trees, set with moss, add to your Department 56 Village display.
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  200. First Frost Trees

    Use Department 56 Cross Product accessories to enhance your Village display.
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  201. Uptown Street Lights

    A classy set of Department 56 lights to line the sidewalks and streets of the city.
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  202. Cobblestone Street

    There is no road to nowhere in our Village. This 4 foot Department 56 section can be easily cut with a paper scissors to fit your display.
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  203. Limestone Steps

    A great Department 56 piece to add to the park scene, or with any stately mansion.
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  204. Fire Burn & Cauldron Bubble

    The haunts of this grouping will give you shivers of excitement. Department 56 Fire Burn & Cauldron Bubble, Hand-crafted & hand-painted ceramic access
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  205. Lit Pumpkin Patch Billboard

    Our Department 56 roadside billboard is a little bit of a throwback to a time when signs like this line highways and back roads.
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  206. Elvira Walking Gonk

    When you hear the name Elvira, only one person comes to mind: horror icon and quintessential symbol of all things spooky, the one and only Mistress of
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  207. Ghostbusters Peter Venkman

    He may not be as brilliant as his colleagues, but this Department 56 figurine of Dr. Peter Venkman has all the charm and savviness needed to hold the
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  208. Disneyland Haunted Mansion

    Inspired by the "Haunted Mansion" at Disneyland, this Department 56 detailed jack-o-lantern festooned Victorian mansion hides some spooky adventures f
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  209. Snoopy's Treat, No Tricks

    Always ready to trick-or-treat, our friend good ole' Charlie Brown is revealed, and so is his faithful canine companion, Snoopy.
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  210. Cardinal Christmas Cardinals

    The cardinal has long appeared on the rooftops, bushes and fences of Snow Village houses and now your can add more wherever you would like.
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  211. Preparing For Tomorrows Catch

    In the 19th century, fishermen used nets to catch fish in large quantities so keeping the nets in good repair was an essential part of the fishing ind
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  212. White Christmas Doves

    Suspended on thin wires, these three white doves appear to be taking flight.
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  213. Limestone Road, Curved

    Using a variety of masonry colors, these limestone roads are carved to look dimensional will fit together to create a street, sidewalk or road in any
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  214. Gingerbread Road, Straight

    Created to look good enough to eat, the gingerbread road is edged in fluffy white frosting and you can fit several together to create your gingerbread
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  215. Cracker Box Snack Shack

    This Department 56 converted trailer can move where the fish are biting and is available for those who are not so lucky with their rod and reel, but n
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  216. The Peanuts House

    The 2021 Department 56 tribute for "Christmas Lane" is the Peanuts gang!
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  217. Drummers Drumming

    The member of the Royal Corps of Drums traditionally use the side drum as a signalling device in battle.
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  218. The Hardy Ash

    With great respect for the gravestones that needed to be moved when the graveyard was renovated, they were placed in a circular pattern around the tre
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  219. Three Tweets for Peace

    This cheerful Snowbaby conducts nature's melodies from a park bench.
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  220. A Kiss for the Man I Love

    This sweet Snowbaby gives a wet kiss to its favorite man. With a top hat and carrot nose, he's never looked more handsome. The pair make a darling cou
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  221. With All My Heart

    Dressed in her festive pink shoes and rosette in her hair, this heart-yielding Snowbaby reminds us to love 'big'. To love with all our hearts.
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  222. Polar Trek

    These Snowbabies are starting their trek. While the smaller hangs on the larger's back, the pair gear up for the long journey with their knit caps and
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  223. Plug It In ornament

    Our Snowbaby ornament is checking this string of bright red light (decorative only) before putting them on the tree.
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  224. Uptown Chess Club

    This elegant three story brick building is home to the city's oldest and best known chess club.
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  225. Gingerbread Xmas Fence

    Mrs. Claus and all the elves buy their holiday baked goods and the "Gingerbread Bakery" where even the outside of the building looks good enough to ea
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  226. Sorry? Not...

    Kitties can be naughty! This Department 56 figure has "rearranged" the parts of the snowman, and she seems pretty pleased with herself!
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  227. Six Geese A Laying Tree

    Continuing with the Department 56 "Twelve Days of Christmas" theme, The Christmas goose hides her nest of six perfect eggs beneath the tree.
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  228. Romero's Bakery

    Known for its wide selection of Italian bread and biscuits, Department 56's "Romero's Bakery" is the best place to stop for sweets and holiday treats
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  229. Perfection On A Plate

    Romero holds one of his famous holiday panettones, he calls it "Perfection on a Plate."
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  230. Sal's Pizza & Pasta

    Cracking stucco proves that this family owned establishment has served the neighborhood for decades.
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  231. Oxford's Tom Tower

    This Department 56 Tom Tower is the bell tower in Oxford, England and houses the "Great Tom" bell, the loudest bell in the city.
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  232. First Steps For a Big Project

    Dressed in their traditional mortarboards and robes, these students are quite serious about their studies and are following in the footsteps of their
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  233. Rooster Inn

    Travelers stop at the Department 56 "Rooster Inn" for a pint of ale and a bowl of soup.
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  234. To Keep The Doctor Away

    This Department 56 figure shows that An apple a day keeps the doctor away is a common English-language proverb that appeared in the 19th century.
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  235. Covent Garden Manor

    This Department 56 building figure shows Covent Garden which is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane
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  236. Gardener For Hire

    The gardener prides himself in his ability to sculpt fine topiaries for the manor house in Covent Gardens.
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  237. Dickens' Market Fruit Stand

    This Department 56 figure showing a wooden Market Stand features fruits for sale, these were a luxury item in the 19th century.
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  238. Pomanders For Sale

    This Department 56 figure shows a fruit vender who sells pomanders, oranges stuffed with whole cloves and when dried are used to scent a drawer or clo
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  239. St James Hall

    St. James Hall was a large concert hall, opened in 1858, and could seat 2,000 people.
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  240. I Will Honor Xmas In My Heart

    Department 56 figure shows Scrooge promising to honor Christmas with this now famous quote at the end of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
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  241. Dickens' Market Gate

    Department 56 figure featuring a decorative iron gate and brick entrance, the Christmas Market is surely the place to buy trimmings and gifts of the s
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  242. Come One, Come All!

    Advertising in around London in the 19th century, this "sandwich man" walked around and announced news of what is being sold at the local Christmas Ma
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  243. Cricket's Hearth Cottage

    This beautiful cobblestone cottage was named for the third Christmas story written by Charles Dickens' in 1845, "The Cricket On The Hearth."
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  244. Oxford Professor & Student

    Both professors and student at Oxford still wear the traditional academic dress on campus.
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  245. Swifts Stringed Instruments

    Let there be music in the Village! The detailed interior scene shows some of the fine musical wares of this London business.
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  246. The Coffee-Stall

    Coffee was a popular drink among Londoners and this couple is shown enjoying a cup from the street vendor. Designed to accompany Dickens Village by De
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  247. Brandon Mill

    Part of the Dickens' Village Series from Department 56. Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape.
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  248. The Partridge & Pear

    Part of the Dickens' Village Series from Department 56. Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape.
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  249. Red Lion Pub Beer Wagon

    Detailed accessory features a wagon loaded with barrels of the finest brew on its way to the local pub. Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Depar
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  250. E Tipler Agent Wine Spirits

    Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56. this lighted porcelain building is a welcome establishment for the local gentry.
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  251. Scrooge & Marley's Counting Hs

    A central building in the Department 56 "Christmas Carol" Village series, this is where Scrooge and Marley operated their lucrative business.
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  252. Christmas A Humbug, Uncle

    Quoting a phrase by the crabby Uncle Scrooge, this hand painted porcelain accessory is part of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" by Department 56.
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  253. Six Jolly Fellowship Porters

    Part of the Dickens' Village Series from Department 56. Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape.
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  254. Crayola Art Center

    Stop in at the Caryola Art Center to check out the new colors and many projects that the resident elf artist will share. This brightly colored Dept. 5
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  255. Crayola Super Sharpener

    This Department 56 figure shows that the Crayola elf's main job is to keep all the crayons sharp and ready to use!
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  256. North Pole Winery

    After a long hard day of making toys and Christmas decorations, the elves often head over to the "North Pole Winery" for a little wine tasting.
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  257. Great Grape Stomping

    Always ready to help, these elves are doing a little tasting and grape stomping! Part of the Department 56 North Pole Series.
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  258. Pine Cone Bed & Breakfast

    Tucked away in a quiet woods is the "Pine Cone B & B", the perfect place for the elves to get away and relax after a long season of toy making. Part o
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  259. A Weekend Getaway

    We're not sure what she has packed, but Mrs. Elf seems prepared for any occasion while staying at the "Pine Cone B & B". Part of the Department 56 Nor
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  260. A Cracking Good Test Result

    Always a stickler for quality control, this elf is testing the sturdiness of each nutcracker -- and this one passes the test! Part fo the Department 5
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  261. One Santa Special Coming Up!

    This set of two Department 56 elf pizzamakers shows how good they are at their jobs -- whether it be stretching pizza dough for the perfect crust or b
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  262. Mickey's Ears Factory

    A part of the Department 56 North Pole Collection, inspired by magic and charming legends.
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  263. Oh Holy Night House

    A beautiful LED lit star shines over the house and guides visitors to the large nativity in the front yard of the "O Holy Night" house. Part of the De
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  264. Christmas Eve Preparations

    Father and son work together to create a pathway using the traditional luminaries for Christmas eve. Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Collection
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  265. Doug's Donut Shop

    We have it on good authority that Doug makes the best donuts in town, and a great cup of coffee to go with that donut! Part of the Department 56 Snow
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  266. Good Boy

    That pup must be really good to be rewarded with one of Doug's famous donuts as a treat! Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Collection.
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  267. The Super Super

    The building "super" has all the tools he needs to take care of the residents of the building. Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Collection.
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  268. Ready For The Weekend

    With her newly lacquered beehive hairdo in place, this chic young lady is ready for the weekend. Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Collection.
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  269. Just In Time For The Holidays

    This young couple just got the keys to their new home, "just in time for the holidays." Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Collection.
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  270. Play Ball!

    She may have a few screws loose and her fashion sense is a few decades out of style, but all-American Aunt Bethany is a loving family woman who's alwa
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  271. Waiting for the Bus

    Ginger, the Golden Retriever, waits at the bus top. The children will be dropped off soon and Ginger will be very happy to see them! Part of the Depar
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  272. It's Good Old Charlie Brown

    This father and son share some time creating our favorite Peanuts' character in snow. They have even added his signature yellow and red scarf. Departm
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  273. The Sweet Spot

    Stop at the Sweet Spot to fill your sweet spot -- this booth at the Farmer's Market is always filled with homemade candies and other treats. Part of t
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  274. Haunted Mansion Gate

    Welcome both foolish mortals & grim grinning ghosts to the Disneyland Haunted Mansion. Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Halloween Collection.
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  275. The Singing Busts - 5 pieces

    The five busts appear in the graveyard sequence singing Grim Grinning Ghosts. Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Halloween Collection.
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  276. Gingerbread Bakery

    Mrs. Claus and all the elves buy their holiday baked goods and the "Gingerbread Bakery" where even the outside of the building looks good enough to ea
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  277. Mixed With Love

    Our little elf carefully mixes the right ingredients while a friend pup waits to lick the spoon! Part of the Department 56 North Pole Series.
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  278. North Pole Sisal Tree Factory

    Everything about the "North Pole Sisal Tree Factory" says trees are the top, from the trees cut into the shutters, glass on the window, finial on the
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  279. Master Sisal Arborist

    With shears in hand, this crafty elf is ready to give this sisal tree the perfect shape. Part of the Department 56 North Pole Series.
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  280. Norny's Ornament House

    This new residence at the North Pole is the ultimate in upcycling! Part of the Department 56 North Pole Series.
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  281. Sparkling Highlights

    Up on a ladder, these elves are adding a few sparkles to the new "Norny's Ornament House." Part of the Department 56 North Pole Series.
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  282. Christmas Quilts

    This cozy A-Frame is home to the North Pole "Christmas Quilts" shop, and part of the the Department 56 North Pole Series.
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  283. Every Quilt Kid Tested

    Quilts are for kids and kids are for quilts! Whether they use them for snuggling up or a game of "toss the elf in the air", quilts are found in every
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  284. I'm In Complete Control!

    Clark does believe that he is in complete control of the situation when the "Family Truckster" slides under the bed of the 18 - wheeler. Part of the D
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  285. Holiday Flats

    This four-plex apartment building is all decked out with holiday decorations that reflect the style of each resident! Each is unique and different! De
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  286. Bea's Beehive Salon

    Created in the early 1960s, the beehive hairstyle is still a popular "do" at Bea's Beehive Salon." Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Collection.
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  287. The Chester House

    Todd and Margo Chester get an unexpected surprise when the Griswold's Christmas tree makes an unannounced visit through the window. Department 56 Snow
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  288. Huffam Fields Farm

    Named for one of Charles Dickens' middle names (he had two), Charles John Huffam Dickens. Part of the Department 56 Snow Village collection.
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  289. Fast Friends

    The young farm hand is making "Fast Friends" with a hungry cat who follows the youngster carrying pails of fresh milk from the barn. Part of the Depar
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  290. The Manhattan

    The Manhattan is one of the city's hottest spots for dinner and parties. Part of the Department 56 Christmas in the City collection.
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  291. Today's Specials

    The offerings on the chalkboard sandwich board outside "The Manhattan" (EN6009746) change daily. Part of the Department 56 Christmas in the City colle
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  292. 4656 Brentwood

    Found in one of the city's more upscale neighborhoods, the "Brentwood" is a two story turreted brownstone that is home to one of the city's leading fa
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  293. A Woman's Best Friend

    A tiny puppy tucked into her bag, this shopper takes her pooch everywhere with her. It doesn't matter is she is shopping or visiting friends. Departme
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  294. Holly's Card & Gift

    Holly's Card & Gift always carries the best selection of holiday and greeting cards in the city. Part of the Department 56 Christmas in the City colle
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  295. Grandpa Will Love This

    After careful consideration, this youngster has selected the perfect card for his favorite grandfather. Mom is very proud! Part of the Department 56 C
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  296. Perhaps The Queen's Gambit?

    Two experienced chess players are set up to play one of the world's oldest board games. Part of the Department 56 Christmas in the City Collection.
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  297. Alleluia

    The family, Ellen, Audrey, and Rusty, wait for the pivotal moment when Clark finally gets the thousands of bulbs on the house to light. Part of the De
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  298. Cardinal Christmas Snowman

    These cheery red cardinals could not resist the broad smile on the hand painted snowman standing tall and proud in the front yard. Department 56 Villa
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  299. Town Center Tree

    Standing almost 9 inches tall, the "Town Center Tree" is a showstopper. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  300. A Surprise for Santa

    Santa stops to pick up the donated toys and finds a present address to him! This general accessory is hand-crafted, hand-painted, resin. Department 56
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  301. Here Comes Christmas

    A pickup truck carts a freshly-chopped Christmas tree home to be decorated. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  302. Village Baskets of Apples

    Decorate your fall Village with baskets of freshly picked apples. One red and one green. Part of the Department 56 Village accessories collection.
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  303. City Wrought Iron Park Bench

    Use Department 56 Cross Product accessories to enhance your Village display. Part of the Uptown City grouping, use to create a coordinated landscape.
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  304. CANADA STRONG FLAG

    Show your pride and love for Canada with this Department 56 Village Accessory flag.
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  305. Woodland Bird Bath

    Use Department 56 Cross Product accessories to enhance your Village display. Part of the Woodland Stone grouping, use to create a coordinated landscap
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  306. Gingerbread Xmas Signs

    Whether it's "Ho,Ho, Ho" or "North Pole", these two brightly painted acrylic signs will add a bit of whimsy to any Village display. Part of the Depart
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  307. Gingerbread Christmas Tree

    Stacked gingerbread stars form an irresistible Christmas tree that looks good enough to eat! Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  308. Gingerbread Christmas Sleigh

    With a tiny sisal tree aboard, the gingerbread sleigh is ready to make a holiday delivery. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  309. Cardinal Christmas Wagon Wheel

    Perched atop a classic wagon wheel, this tiny cardinal adds a little color and Christmas magic to your display. Part of the Department 56 Village Acce
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  310. Cardinal Christmas Deer

    Resting in the snow, this buck has a magnificent rack of antlers that provides a resting place for one little cardinal. Part of the Department 56 Vill
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  311. Cardinal Christmas Bird Feeder

    Nailed atop a birch stump, the birdfeeder attracts cardinals and other winter-loving birds to rest and feed. Part of the Department 56 Village Accesso
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  312. Cardinal Christmas Sign

    This sign lets everyone know that the "Christmas Tree Farm" is open for the season. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  313. Whose Best Friend?

    The husky loves to pull a sled. Our husky gives a tiny pup a ride and both are having fun! Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  314. My Stick

    Sometimes a little dog "thinks" he is bigger than he actually is! Who will win this tug of war? Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collecti
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  315. Woodsy Silhouette

    A perfect backdrop to create a warm and cozy Village scene. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  316. Cousin Eddie In The Morning

    This amusing little accessory was inspired by the National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. It's good ol' Cousin Eddie -- in the morning! Part of the Dep
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  317. Sisters Of The Abbey Set

    Porcelain Accessory, set of 2. These detailed figurines will add detail to any Alpine Village church. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories co
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  318. Bare Branch Tree

    A touch of frost and several brightly colored birds add to this bendable set of trees. Shape them to fit any display. Part of the Department 56 Villag
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  319. Twinkle Brite Tree Large

    This 12 inch tree is a great addition to include more animation and color to your Village. Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  320. Little Free Libraries

    Since 2009, little free libraries have been popping up in yards all over. Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  321. A Christmas Honeymoon

    Perhaps this is John and Dot Peerybingle, the main characters in the Dickens' Christmas story, "Cricket on the Hearth." Part of the Department 56 Dick
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  322. Dickens Nativity

    Part of the Dickens' Village Series from Department 56. Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape.
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  323. Clark's End Run

    Even the best planned run can create a disaster for Clark Griswold! "Look out Clark, there's a dumpster ahead!" Part of the Department 56 Snow Village
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  324. Busy City Sidewalks

    Busy shoppers one and all! This set of four figures will enhance your Christmas scene. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  325. Engine No. 31

    Inspired by motorized fire engines of the 1920s and 1930s, our Engine #31 will be a welcome addition for the streets of Department 56 "Christmas in th
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  326. Peppermint Pups

    Two cute dogs walking and sharing a peppermint candy cane. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  327. Farming Chores

    Hay is baled, pail is ready for gathering, and a rake stands ready for leaves. Cute yard decor for your Village display. Part of the Department 56 Vil
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  328. Happy Scarecrow

    Super cute scarecrow has a hand-made look, almost too happy to be scary. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  329. Bobbing For Apples

    Apples in the half barrel are party ready and offer a cure yard decor for your Village display. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collecti
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  330. Village Baskets of Corn

    Fresh corn on the cob in country baskets adds a perfect touch to a fall display. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  331. Christmas In a Wagon

    This shiny red wagon is piled up with presents for the children. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collection.
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  332. Winter Pines

    Use Department 56 Cross Product accessories to enhance your Village display.
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  333. Harvest Fields Pick Up Truck

    A classic red pickup never goes out of style. Ours is 2.5" high and almost 6" long and is filled with colorful pumpkins. Part of the Department 56 Vil
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  334. Friendly Neighbors

    These adorable pairs of yard critters include a set of curious raccoons, busy squirrels, serene rabbits, and chipmunks checking out the garden supplie
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  335. Fire Hydrant Paper Box

    You can pick up your daily newspaper from this curbside box while right next to the fire hydrant. Part of the Department 56 Village Accessories collec
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  336. Freezing Our Baguettes Off

    Mom, Dad and the in-laws stand with cocktails in their PJs, witnessing the lighting of the Griswold house. Part of the Department 56 Snow Village Coll
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  337. Four Calling Birds Tree

    Based on the traditional English Carol, the Department 56 "Twelve Days of Christmas", our interpretation of "Four Calling Birds" is represented by fou
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  338. Clark, Gone...

    That squirrel is outta here! Snots has successfully chased the squirrel right out of the tree and into the arms of, who else, Margo!
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