Details about THE SIMPSONS 2009 FAMILY FUND BANK #D335.See original listing
May 05, 2012 09:20:04 PDT
Forney, TX, United States
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Twentieth Century Fox
THE SIMPSONS 2009 FAMILY FUND BANK #D335. No Box.
“BUYING AS IS”. This is a really great to have “The Simpson’s”
Homer and Marge and Lisa and Bart and Maggie and Santa Little
helper the Dog and Snowball 2 the Cat is sitting on the couch with
his whole family. It must be Halloween and Marges Head been
knocked off. I bought this without the head. Thought it was funny.
It is marked 2009 Westland Matt Groening Twentieth Century Fox
Film Corp. Made in China. It stands about 5 1/4” tall to the top of
the cats tail and about 8” long. Made out of Resin. MARGE HEAD
IS GONE. “BUYING AS IS”. I have photographed all of these
imperfections for you. If you have any Question about the
Description or This Piece, Please Email Me First, Before You
READ BELOW: LOOK LOOK BELOW
Please Take a Few Moments to View
Our Store and Characters and
If you are Pleased with your Purchase,
Please tell Your Friends. If You Are Not,
Please, Please Tell Me so that I Can
Make It Right.
Email Us if You have any Questions.Rest assured that all of my items come from
a smoke free house.
WE CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR FACTORY
FLAWS ON THE "MINT IN BOX" OR OTHER CERAMIC
AND POTTERY ITEMS THAT WE SELL- The overwhelming
majority of the ceramic that we sell consists primarily of
famous cartoon characters, etc., that were produced and
manufactured in the early 1970's through the approximate
year of 2005. The majority of the vintage pottery that we
sell was manufactured in the early 1900s to 1955. Please
understand that all of these ceramic and vintage handmade
pottery items were not "perfect" as we would expect them
to be. The term Mint in the Box, to us, means no damage
after the manufacture of the piece and a piece is as it left
the factory. Please realize that there might be an fired glaze
drip or variations in the color of the glaze or a unglazed area
or factory imperfections or mold defects or (an extra small
piece of clay fired under the glaze or glaze bubble). This will
not only be seen in the vintage handmade items, but occasionally,
there will be imperfections in the newer ceramic of today. We
will try to describe to the best of our ability any of these
imperfections that we see and to photograph them for you.
I believe that a picture is worth a "Thousand Words", so please
look at all of the photographs very carefully before bidding. I may
not have described the damage in detail, but I try to photograph it
all with a quarter adjacent or pictures to the damage.
(If you are a Texas resident, please include the state sales
tax .0825 or your Tax I.D. Number. We have a store and we
must account for taxes.)
(International buyers will pay for actual shipping charges as shipping
and handling costs more out of the country. Also for international
buyers, all moneys received must be in U.S.D. amounts.)
Thanks for bidding on my stuff!!!!