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FRANKLIN MINT Treasury of Carousel Art collection

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FRANKLIN MINT Treasury of Carousel Art collection Almost complete collection of the 12/24 legendary TREASURY of CAROUSEL ART porcelain sculptures by FRANKLIN MINT with display stands. 1988 limited edition. Original owner, gently used & smoke-free home. No original literature included. The TREASURY of CAROUSEL ART by William Manns was released in 1989 by The Franklin Mint, the first authorized collection of twelve authentic re-creations. These exquisite animals were selected from private collections throughout the United States. Each reproduction was authenticated by William Manns, a leading authority on the carousel and co-author of "PAINTED PONIES: AMERICAN CAROUSEL ART". This collection is crafted in fine porcelain, hand-decorated and hand-painted. 12 carousel figures are displayed on a 2-tier cherry wood merry-go-round turntable. Wood base has indentations to cradle each figurine and a wood pole in the middle that makes the completed unit 12 inches tall. Assorted carousel animals are displayed on two cherry wood shelves. Wood shelves have indentations to cradle each figurine and a short wood finial. What’s included in this auction: 6 different HorsesGoat Tiger LionElephantCamelGiraffe Original avg price for EACH figure was $45 when new.2-tier cherry wood turntable for 12 figures Lower 48 USA Shipping address only.

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