Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Flea Market Find: Enesco Snow White 65th Anniversary Set

By Nick

I bought this Snow White set complete at our local flea market this Sunday.

I'd never seen it before, and when I asked what the person selling it wanted, and he said $10, I was somewhat shocked.
I didn't even look at who made the figures, and didn't examine each one for any possible flaws.
The gentleman selling them wrapped each figure individually, and handed me the bag.

When I got home, I set out the display it came with.

I placed each figure out on it's designated spot.

It was then I noticed a couple figures were indeed not perfect, such as Happy, who I assume is supposed to be holding a conductor's baton, which is clearly broken...

...and Dopey's drumstick has seen better days.

It seems everyone else is in pretty good condition.

The Dwarfs average 3.25" in height, while Snow White is 5.5."

When it came to investigating where these figures came from, I looked on the bottom, and then went to what I consider the best place on the internet to find out information on Snow White, Filmic Light.

This set was sold at CVS in 2002 to celebrate Snow White's 65th anniversary. The display came with Snow White.

I think $10 was a very fair price, despite the small flaws, and I consider this another excellent Flea Market Find!'

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