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    Easter Blowmolds And Wireframes For Sale


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    I am selling the following Easter Items.  I am selling it as a package deal.  

    3 wireframe Easter Bunnies approx. 52 inches tall.  All Bunny lights work.

    3 wireframe Easter wagons with colored eggs.  Approx. 37 inches tall.  All wagon lights do work.  

    5 large plastic Easter Eggs

    5 Medium plastic Easter Eggs

    3 Union Products Ducks with light cords. 18 inches tall.  All 3 in good condition. Stamped 1995

    4 Large Empire Plastic Rabbits.  35 inches tall.  2 male  /  2 female

    Male - P/N 28-5567  Female - P/N 28-5587

    2 Small Empire Plastic Rabbits.  (Dated 1994)  24 inches tall.  1 male  /  1 female

    Email me at [email protected]  for more details.

    Buyer pick-up only (Will Not Ship)

     

    Selling for $400.00 

     

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    So sorry about that.  As Mike said, I am in Sherman IL which is 5 miles North of Springfield IL.

     

    I will also say this.  I am selling everything as a package deal... I have had offers to buy the ducks only, or some of the frames only.  I prefer a singe buyer.  The wireframes alone are worth the asking price.  If it doesn't sell, then it goes back into storage.  That is the way I prefer to sell it as I did my Christmas display.

     

      I will also be lisitng, Valentines Day wireframes, Saint Patrick Day wireframes soon.

     

    Thank You.

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