Very "rare" Santa Scrap Face Christmas Ornament With Extended Legs`early 1900's
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Very "rare" Santa Scrap Face Christmas Ornament With Extended Legs`early 1900's:
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Very "Rare" Santa Scrap Face Christmas Ornament with Extended Legs`Early 1900's ** Scrap Face Santa with Extended Legs~Early 1900's**
Pristine Condition ~Very Rare Glass German Ornament
Up for sale is This GORGEOUS German Made Glass Ornament From the Early 1900's..It is in PRISTINE Condition..The Previous Owner Really Took Care of This OLD Ornament..It must Have Been TREASURED and CHERISHED..This EXTENDED Legs Ornament is "Very Rare"..I don't Remember EVER Seeing This Ornament up For sale on , Ever.. The Christmas Rarities Book has this Santa Ornament, however it doesn't have the extended Legs, it is on a clip..What a WONDERFUL Old Ornament of Santa that would Make a Great Addition to Any Collector of Old Rare Christmas Ornaments..And the Condition is Everything..Just look at all the pictures provided to see for yourself that this Ornament is truly in Pristine Condition and is Just Remarkable..The winner of This sale will Acquire a very Rare WONDERFUL German Made Christmas Ornament that he or she can Cherish for Many years to come....For Insurance, since it maybe too early to start selling Christmas Items, I must put on a reserve..The reserve is Much Less then the Value of the Ornament. I just need, in this economy to be sure I don't continue to Lose Money. I spend Many hours finding these items for you, describing Them, Taking Pictures Etc..If you yourself Sells on you Know how time consuming it is. Not that I don't Love doing it, I just need not to Lose too much since we are retired and have limited income..I hope you understand. Good Luck!
Don't Let This Wonderful Old Christmas Ornament Disappear..Tell Your Children and Grandchildren that they are to be Cherished and Kept Safe for Future Family Members to Enjoy and reminisce about how This WONDERFUL German Made Glass Ornament was passed down to them from as far back as the early 1900's, perhaps even earlier....
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Thank You For Participating in My sale, GailMy Husband and I are Retired and Love to Travel, so We Will Be Again Traveling around the Eastern Coast of the US from Florida to Maine and We will also Be traveling Soon to California, Virginia,West Virginia, North and South Carolina, Pennsylvania and New York State Searching for SPECIAL Old Christmas Items to Bring to You. The items come From sales attended, Estate Sales, Flea Markets, Antique Shows and some From Collectors that we have Met on Our Travels..Please Add me to Your Favorite List and Check Back Often... Enjoy the sales and if You have any questions don't hesitate to ask. I Enjoy meeting Buyers and sharing Our Knowledge for These Wonderful Items. If this item is to be shipped outside the USA, Please ask for shipping charges before offerding..All items shipped outside the USA MUST Have Tracking and Insurance and this can be expensive, so please ask before offerding. Terms of Sale ****If This Item is to be Shipped out of the Country, Please ask for Shipping Cost..We MUST send it priority with insurance. We recently lost an item and it cost us over 100 US Dollars.The cost could be over 30US Dollars..Please Ask Before offerding. If the Item offered for sale is a used piece listed as ( old, rare, early, primitive, vintage or antique etc ) and as with all vintage items, it will have flaws due to age, wear and use. Much time, effort and cost is spent bringing some of the best items from Antique sales and Estate Sales for you to offer on. Our sale Photos are the next best thing to traveling to distant estate sales and sales to find that hard to find item you desire. And as you know, there is no such thing as a “perfect” old, vintage or antique item! The pieces are described to the best of our ability based on a visual inspection to assist you . However, you are offerding on the item based solely on Examination of the Photos and questions you ask. As with ANY Public sale, the buyer should examine the item carefully for condition, completeness, finish and originality prior to the sale ending. We are not experts and do not know details and history of each item presented. Please ask any questions you may have. Dimensions are approximate for most items . If you need an exact size, please contact us.We spend considerable time taking Close-up photos under bright photo lights to allow the buyer the opportunity to examine the item as best as possible on close up. All of our photos enlarge to let you see exactly what you are buying. It is the buyers responsibility to examine the item as shown prior to offerding or ask questions. If additional information or photos are required, please contact us and we will be glad to assist. Where the description and photo may vary, the Photo should be relied on. All sale items are sold as-is as found based entirely on what is shown in the Photos, the same terms as we acquired them. All sales are final and ownership is transferred at sale end. The buyer assumes all responsibility for loss/damage. Claims for Insurance is between the Postal Service and the Buyer..We will always provide proof of shipment. Returns are accepted ONLY if the item delivered is not the item shown in the photos. All shipping cost is the responsibility of the buyer. Your offer on this item acknowledges your acceptance of the terms.
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