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Dickens Village

 
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The Days Fresh Produce
The Greengrocer shopkeeper shows a variety of her fresh produce that is available for sale at the local Cotswold Greengrocer.
SKU 6007600Price $30.00
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6007764
Man's Best Friend

This accessory shows one of the volunteers feeding a Golden Retriever and a Border Collie who somehow found themselves to be at "Battersea, The Dogs' Home".

SKU 6007764Price $32.50
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6009733
Covent Garden Manor
Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. This manor house is a fine example of the upscale homes found in this area.
SKU 6009733Price $165.00
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6009734
Gardener For Hire
This beautiful cobblestone cottage was named for the third Christmas story written by Charles Dickens' in 1845, The Cricket On The Hearth.
SKU 6009734Price $28.00
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6009737
St James Hall
St. James Hall was a large concert hall, opened in 1858, and could seat 2,000 people. In 1868, Charles Dickens presented a final series of Farewell Readings, at the hall. The program was devoted to Doctor Marigold (from the Christmas Story)
SKU 6009737Price $185.00
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6009741
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.
SKU 6009741Price $150.00
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6009742
A Christmas Honeymoon
Perhaps this is John and Dot Peerybingle, the main characters in the Dickens' Christmas story, Cricket on the Hearth. The couple is ready to spend their Honeymoon in the Cricket's Hearth Cottage.
SKU 6009742Price $40.00
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Ye Olde Goat Pub
With tradtional tudor-style exposed beams, Ye Olde Goat Pub has a cheery fašade and fits in nicely as a neighborhood pub. It's where all the locals meet to share a pint after a hard day's work.
SKU 6011392Price $160.00
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6011393
Drinking Mates
The drinking mates here are a local pub patron and his goat who fancies a pint now and then!
SKU 6011393Price $35.00
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6011401
Fresh, Hot Coffee!
This patron of Garraway's Coffee House is careful to sip his fresh hot coffee in the proper British manner. This accessory is designed to accompany the Garraway's Coffee House.
SKU 6011401Price $30.00
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Abel Beasley Butcher
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SKU 805516Price $85.00
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M. Pickering Finest Persian RugsSKU 805519Price $80.00
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48 Doughty St. - Home of Charles Dickens
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SKU 805521Price $85.00
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