Up for your consideration, is the complete set of 4, of the John Deere Porcelain Doll Collection, from the Danbury Mint.
"Bobby", "Charlie", "Billy", and "Johnny"
These were purchased new, at $115.00 each in 2000, and 2001. They are all in mint condition and in the original boxes that they were shipped in. They were displayed on a glassed enclosed shelf, and have not been handled or played with.
To find this complete set is very rare, and would be a great inclusion to any John Deere Collector.
The captivating porcelain collector dolls was inspired by the quality and tradition of John Deere. The dolls are adorably dressed in a hand tailored John Deere outfits. Authentic die cast tractor. Johnny was first in the first of the authorized John Deere Porcelain Doll Collection.
I have two of the Certificates of Authenticity, from the Danbury Mint for "Charlie" and "Bobby" that will be included. I am actively looking for the other two. Unfortunately, at the time of this posting I have not found them. If found, I will immediately send them to the winning bidder. On these Certificates it states that it "attests that John Walter Arndt is the registered owner of Bobby and Charlie". Both have the serial Number on the certificates. If someone knows of a way to transfer these certificates, I will be more than happy to do what ever is needed.
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I will ship these in two seperate boxes.
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It has been brought to my attention that the the Shipping calculation below is wrong. I appologize for this. I have tried to change it, and it is not allowing me to do so. Tfore, please ignore the shipping calculator below. Each Doll in the Box, Weighs Approximately 5 lbs. each. I will ship them two to a box.
I am averaging the shipping cost to $21.00 for regular Parsel Post. And $26.00 for Priority Mail, in the US. If you feel this is unappropriate for your location, I will alter this amount for your convience.
Once again, I am sorry for the confussion.
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