Christmas Ornaments, In Original Boxes and Loose, Includes "Starship Enterprise"
|Materials||Metal, Fabric, Resin, Wood|
|Additional Information||The items are as follows: Hallmark “Keepsake Ornament” 25th Anniversary 1991 the “Starship Enterprise” in the box; mini book for hanging on a Christmas tree A Cup of Christmas Tea by Tom Hegg; Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Collector’s Club “Galloping Into Christmas” “Limited Edition Ornament” in the box; four Hallmark “Keepsake Ornaments” of The Bearingers: Papa, Bernadette, Mama and Abernathy, with the “Flickering Light Fireplace” display, all in original boxes; Hallmark “Keepsake Ornament” “Hidden Treasure” “Handcrafted Ornament” in the box; a mini white ceramic milk bottle (chip around the rim) with a small picture of a pine tree and crescent moon; Hallmark “Keepsake” “Train Trestle Display Stand” (ornaments are not included) in the box; a Bing & Grondahl Collections ornament called, “The First Doll House Christmas Ornament”, with the box and paperwork; Hallmark “Keepsake Ornament”, the “1939 Garton Ford Station Wagon 1999 Club Edition Ornament” in the box; a 1991 Hallmark “Keepsake Ornament” of the _Claus & Co. R.R. Locomotive” which is the “first in a collection of four ornaments” (it’s pictured as one of the items that go with the “Train Trestle Display Stand” on the back of the box); the Hallmark “Keepsake Ornament” The Night Before Christmas Artist’s Studio Collection, it’s listed on the box as a “Windup Music and Movement” ornament (it was not tested) in the box; an ornament from the Internal Revenue Service entitled, “1913 Many Happy Returns 1993 Eighty Years of Income Tax” in the box with paperwork; The Santa Box A Christmas Treasury, includes a book and ornaments (cardboard); resin figures for a Nativity scene, there are missing figures and there is damage to a couple of figures; a sealed box of “Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Collector’s Club 1998 Hallmark Membership Kit”; and three bags of loose ornaments made of fabric, wood and resin (all contemporary).|
- conditions vary and some conditions are noted in the “Additional Information” section; ornaments inside the boxes were examined.