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  1. Mel, Please accept my apologies for not answering this sooner. Christmas was busy around here and answering this question slipped my mind. No they did not sell the pixie line in the years I was buying HI blow molds. All they sold was the 14" Santa #341850 and the 14" Snowman #341550. They came in an assortment of 18 Santas and 6 Snowman to a box. We sold out on the snowmen and had a few dozen Santa that never sold.
  2. Sounds like the one made by Dapol. Did it look like this?
  3. Mel, That Santa looks similar in style to the one below. I was told the one below was made by Irwin, but I can't verify that as there are no markings on it. I also saw one larger (54") than the one shown that was made by Beco, that had similar styling to the one shown below.
  4. Shawn, The candles were made by Noma. They are lit with a floodlight bulb in the base pointing upwards to light the rest of the candle. There was also a bracket available for these candles that allowed them to be mounted on a city light pole. A town about 10 miles from me had the same Santa on their light poles up until 1989 when they got rid of them and went to banners instead. I tried to buy the Santas at the time, but they weren't going to sell them. I found out 2 years later they tossed them out but one survived, the power company supervisor rescued one from the dumpster and took
  5. Mel, There might be some useful information here on this auction about the candle. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rt=nc&nma=true&item=320616645273&si=9lsI1o24We8cWS%252B39WTLX23bMn8%253D&viewitem=&sspagename=ADME%3AB%3AW
  6. Hi Mary, I believe the blow molds you are asking about were the pathway light toppers made by Empire. Most of them were copied from Empires large blow molds.
  7. Hoyt, If you reread my post you'll see I said I have a similar Santa face to the one you saw. I didn't say they were the same, even I could see they were different. I believe they were from the same manufacturer was all I was saying.
  8. Hoyt, I have a similar Santa face in my collection. Mine is 38" in diameter and is lit with two bulbs inside of it. Many of these decorations were shown in Garrision-Wagner catalogs in the 60's. There is a town not far from where I live that used to have these types of decorations hanging on their street light poles in their downtown.
  9. Hoyt, Did you take a picture of the Santa face?
  10. Does anyone in Minnesota have either of the two Union blow molds shown below for sale? I am looking for a couple of each one. PM if you have either or both for sale. Thanks.
  11. Does anyone have a Light-O-Rama SC485-RJ45 serial adapter hanging around they would like to sell? Thanks,
  12. I was fortunate enough to find 6 of these deer last fall in their original boxes complete with blinker plug adapters. The instruction sheet that was in the box with the deer showed the blinker plug included with the deer. Now as long as we're on the subject of the blinker plug and the deer, I wonder why Poloron thought the blinker plug was necessary? I'm trying to envision 8 randomly blinking deer on the roof.
  13. Mother lode: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220596817165&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT
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