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  1. Who is this Kelly person who had the other molds?

    Would love to know the fate of whatever else was bought, and what the plans are, Holidays only a few months away...looking forward to see the quality of CADO. Plan on getting a few cases of the soldiers.

  2. On 3/27/2018 at 7:03 PM, Mel Fischer said:

    I do not see the large Empire choir molds listed in the list of molds that I received at the time of the auction, but then that list consists mostly of the Empire molds and looks like it could be what GF got when they purchased Empire in 2000.  There are a few GF molds at the end of the list.  Considering the 48" Empire choir do not appear to be in the list ( I went through it several times) they might have been gone before GF purchased those molds.  It has been a great list and of immense use to me in identifying catalog and mold numbers for many of the Empire molds that we have in our collection.   The list consists of 480 molds with names and numbers for most of them.

    Mel

    Mel, I was talking about the smaller boy and girl choir singers. I was told by Empire when I was placing an order back in the day when I ordered from the direct,  that the 48"  choir molds were some of the ones destroyed in the flood/hurricane that happened. This would of been sometime in 1999-2000 time frame

  3. On 10/19/2017 at 1:11 PM, Allen L. said:

    Here are some replacement sockets made by Leviton.  You would have to attach the plug/cords to them.

    1) Leviton 2052-13 (Blow Mold "Figures")

    2) Leviton 3352-F (Blow Mold "Noel Candles" & "Lamp Post")

    3) Leviton 3352-4 (Blow Mold "Figures")

     

     

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    Do you have a model number for the cord and plug and what suppliers have them???

  4. Supposedly this Israeli based plastics manufacturing company called Starplast, is moving its overseas operations, here to the USA and have have been in talks with GFP.

    They will be based out of Houston Texas. Who knows what the fate of the molds from GFP are. Cant even get parts. I called the other and tried ordering the light cords, and some extra choir boy/girl heads and they stated they are not selling parts, because they need to fullfill any orders they have left

  5. Lets hope someone comes in and buys the molds from GFP. I am sure CADO could do it.

     

    I think we should all start contacting CADO/Union Products to contact GFP so they can settle a deal :-)

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