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Candylands source? #123323
Thu Nov 27 2008 09:23 PM
Thu Nov 27 2008 09:23 PM
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JimT Offline OP
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My wife was searching around for something and she found this. I book marked it to at least keep up on one source of reproductions. But there certainly are more of these harder to discern repops than what this company offers. Called All Products.
http://enamelcollection.com/products_all.html?page=1&disp_order=1

[This message has been edited by JimT (edited 11-28-2008).]

Re: Candylands source? #123324
Fri Nov 28 2008 06:13 AM
Fri Nov 28 2008 06:13 AM
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Jim; this should help a lot , there are some signs I didn't know were reproduced. ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;Ron

Re: Candylands source? #123325
Tue Dec 09 2008 07:13 PM
Tue Dec 09 2008 07:13 PM
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...click on this link:
http://enamelcollection.com/

...and then scroll down to this:

Where we bought it ? See our sellers.

...and click on that...whew...the photos with the signs placed here and there, like that's actually where they were found....it's just too much...

...the 'contact' info elsewhere on the site is:

73, rue de Rollingergrund
L - 2440 Luxemburgo
G. D. de Luxemburgo- EUROPA

...anyone in Luxembourg know where this guy is...maybe someone could pay him a visit, see how many of these 'one-of-a-kind' signs this joker has...or maybe someone can make sense of the address and run it through Google Earth...

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Looking for better Gulf items: signs, globes, cans and paper - especially porcelain Gulf flanges, and Gulf A-38 & A-62 ad glass...
Re: Candylands source? #123326
Wed Dec 10 2008 03:16 PM
Wed Dec 10 2008 03:16 PM
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The information below should give an idea of how Luxembourg addesses are formatted:
from: http://www.bitboost.com/ref/international-address-formats.html

Luxembourg
Format Information
Luxembourg address format seems mostly similar to France's format, except that:
The postal code is a four-digit number.
Of course, the letter that you can optionally write before the postal code is L- for Luxembourg (not F- for France.)
for example, L-1316.
A possible source of confusion is that Luxembourg is the name of both the country and its capital city, so you could write an address such as:
M. Andrée TROMMER [(M. = Monsieur) recipient name]
BP 5019 [P.O. Box + number]
L-1050 Luxembourg [(optional country code L-) + postal code + city/locality]
LUXEMBOURG [country name]

Format Examples
from the Universal Postal Union:
M. Jacques Muller [(M. = Monsieur) recipient name]
71, route de Longwy [street address (house number + street name)]
L-4750 PETANGE [(optional country code L-) + postal code + city/locality]
GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG [country name]

The l'Annuaire/P&T telephone/address/internet directory of Luxembourg
is a source of addresses.


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