Woodland Scenics Figures O Scale A2743 Jug Band train people lionel mth NEW

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 07,2013
  • Channel: Online Auction
Woodland Scenics "Scenic Accents" Jug Band - O Scale A2743

Go to the park pavilion on a summer night and you can see this scene with six band members. There’s a guitar player, a jug player, a banjo picker, a washboard strummer, a fiddler and a man strumming a washtub instrument. Colors may vary from actual product. Complete your scene and bring it to life with affordable works of art in O scale. Sculpted in fine detail and hand-painted, they add color, humor and interest to any layout. Scenic Accents figures have a natural charm and a realistic appearance that steal the show!

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