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  • [Question] Small World Ceramic Figurines

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    I am looking for any information on the ceramic figurines shown above. They are about 3in tall and hollow. They were purchased at a Fantasyland store in 1977 that was located very close to the castle. By looking at old maps, I've determined that it may have been the AristoCats Shop, but I have not been able to find any information on this store.

    The figurines themselves were part of an "it's a small world" series. At one point, we also had one that was either Irish or Scottish (maybe playing the bagpipes?) and one that was South Pacific (maybe a hula dancer?), but the figurines have been divided up over families, and we no longer have those in our possession.

    I have been searching the internet for months and have not found a trace of either the figures or the shop that may have sold them. If anyone has any information on the AristoCats store and what might have been sold there (or any other store that would have sold this type of souvenir) or on the figurines, such as when they stopped selling them, how many there were, or what their collectible value might be, it would be very much appreciated. Thank you!

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    Re: Small World Ceramic Figurines

    Try sending these pics and questions to [email protected] and see if they can grab something for you.
    Since May 2003


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