Even the doll on the shelf was horrified. Does anyone really want to put out hard cash for this stuff?
Nothing like obtaining all your holiday decorations in a "one stop shop".
These cuties really warm the cockles of your heart don't they??
I just adore this classic clown playing his violin. Soothing isn't he? You can see the emotion in his eyes as he performs. How perfect would this be on-top of your baby-grand?
Don't these donators remember how much hard earned cash they shoved in arcade claw-machines and at carnival to take home these trophy's.
Often I feel like buying them at the thrift and standing outside of an arcade and pawning them off to parents for $30 bucks a pop.
It could be quite the bargain for anyone that has a sobbing kid begging for another dollah to win a prize that they will cherish forever (till they take it to the car).
Words can not do these pieces justice. Such detail, done in the finest of materials.
How could anyone ever part with such treasures?
These are the creme of the donated crop. These museum quality donations are locked up in a case by the cash register. I would guess this is the area they zoom their observation cameras on most frequently.
I bet most people would gravitate to these lovelys.
They are almost too hard to resist.
Too bad they did not have more of these. Wouldn't these be fabulous for your next formal event.
Such flair and taste shown in this centerpiece.
Martha Stewart would be envious of this arrangement.
Oh the joy of finding a pristine collection of doll heads and body parts.
This may be the mother load.
Gems Gems and More.
They are lovely girls, although they look ferocious.
Fabulous baskets at a fraction of what you would pay in walmart.
Ok, that is it for now. Please tell me about your fab finds.