2002 HOLIDAY DUCK FAMILY GRANDURE NOEL CHRISTMAS DUCKS

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 19,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
You are bidding on a 2002 Holiday Duck Family Set. This set has been displayed a couple times and is in perfect condition! It comes in the original box. The label reads Grandeur Noel Collectors Edition 2002. Amazingly detailed right down to their little webbed feet, this charming family of four ducks is crafted from fine porcelain. A beautiful display ensemble for the holidays, each duck is outfitted in a traditional red velvet coat and hat with white trim. These collectable figures range from 7 inches to 19 inches. If you use buy it now I will be able to get it out the right away just in time for Christmas! The package will weigh approx 10 pounds and measure 21 x 18 x 9. I can send the item UPS or USPS shipping from 44256. I do not add anything to the shipping. IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

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