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  • Price: $15.00
    Sebastian Miniature Games In Springtime #6232
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Games in Springtime was made in 1953 and is marked: COPR 1953 / P.W.Baston / Games in Springtime / #6232 and comes with green sticker attached. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites she comes in her original box and measures 4 inches tall, 2 inches wide and 2 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $30.00
    Sebastian Miniature Advertising Sign Figurine
    Vintage Sebastian advertising figurine measures 4-3/4 x 3-1/4 x 1-3/4 probably dating back to late 1960s/early 1970s. It features information about the companies original designs - all figurines were hand-decorated, made in Marblehead, Mass. by the Sebastian Studios, Inc. There are no cracks, chips or repairs - Mint condition.
  • Price: $18.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Pioneer Couple #6326
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Pioneer Couple, #6326 was made in 1958 and is marked: COPR 1958 / P.W.Baston / Pioneer Couple / #6326. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites they come in their original box and measure 3 5/8 inches tall, 2 3/8 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $15.00
    Sebastian Miniature Huckleberry Finn #6133
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Huckleberry Finn, fishing #6133 was made 1948 and is marked: COPR 1958 / P.W.Baston / Ben Franklin. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he comes in his original box and measures 2 1/4 inches tall, 2 1/2 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Girl Skating Figurine #sml370
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Girl Skating, SML-370 from the Sidewalk Days Series, was made 1976 through 1978 and is marked: COPR 1978 / P.W.Baston. She has a green label on the bottom and is numbered #2582 out of 10,000 made. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites she measures 3 3/4 inches tall, 2 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Boy Skating Figurine #sml369
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Boy Skating, SML-369 from the Sidewalk Days Series, was made 1976 through 1978 and is marked: COPR 1978 / P.W.Baston. He has a green label on the bottom and is numbered #2441 out of 10,000 made. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he measures 3 3/4 inches tall, 1 5/8 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Collectors Society Plaque 1981
    This Sebastian Miniature Collectors Society Plaque #SML381-A for 1981 is marked: COPR. 1980 / P.W.Baston / Sebastian Miniatures Collectors Society and comes with green felt and a red label on the bottom. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 4 3/4 inches tall, 4 inches wide and 2 1/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $30.00
    Sebastian Miniatures The Yankee Clipper Ship Figurine
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, The Yankee Clipper #SML242-A was made 1954 through 1975 and is marked: COPR. 1954 / P.W.Baston / The Yankee Clipper and has a green label on the bottom. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 3 3/4 inches tall, 3 7/8 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $35.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Thomas Jefferson Figurine #sml124
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Thomas Jefferson #SML124 was made 1948 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1949 / P.W.Baston / Thomas Jefferson. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he measures 3 1/2 inches tall, 1 3/4 inches wide and 1 5/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $30.00
    Sebastian Miniatures The Bowline Ashore Figurine
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, The Bowline Ashore #SML146 was made 1949 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1952 / P.W.Baston / The Bowline Ashore. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he measures 3 1/2 inches tall, 1 5/8 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $35.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Robert E. Lee Figurine #sml359
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Robert E. Lee #SML359 was made 1967 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1967 / P.W.Baston / Robert E. Lee and comes with a green and silver foil label on the bottom. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he comes in his original box and measures 3 1/2 inches tall, 1 5/8 inches wide and 1 5/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $17.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Uncle Sam Figurine #sml357
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Uncle Sam #SML357 was made 1967 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1967 / P.W.Baston / Uncle Sam and comes with a red label on the bottom and a date 1/0/dp ?. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he measures 4 1/4 inches tall, 1 7/8 inches wide and 1 7/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $45.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Switching The Freight Figurine
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Switching the Freight #SML215 or SML215C was made 1953 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1953 / P.W.Baston / Switching the Freight. It comes in a box made for Motif#1 and has a green label on the bottom. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites and measures 2 1/2 inches tall, 3 7/8 inches wide and 1 7/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Scrooge Figurine #sml54a
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Scrooge #SML54-A is marked: COPR 1946 / P.W.Baston / Scrooge. He has a green label on the bottom and comes in a box made for Bob Cratchat and Tiny Tim. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he measures 3 3/8 inches tall, 1 1/2 inches wide and 1 3/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniatures George Washington Figurine #sml84
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, George Washington #SML84 was made 1947 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1947 / P.W.Baston / George Washington. He comes in a box made for Paul Revere and has the green label on the bottom. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he measures 3 5/8 inches tall, 2 3/4 inches wide and 1 5/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Copperfield And Wife Figurine
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Copperfield and Wife #SML49-D was made is marked: COPR 1946 / P.W.Baston / Copperfield and Wife and has the green label on the bottom. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites they measure 3 inches tall, 2 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $35.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Concord Minuteman Figurine #sml360
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Concord Minuteman #SML360 was made 1967 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1967 / P.W.Baston / Concord Minuteman. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he comes in his original box and measures 4 1/4 inches tall, 2 3/8 inches wide and 2 1/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniature Colonial Kitchen Figurine #sml198
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Colonial Kitchen #SML198 was made 1952 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1952 / P.W.Baston / Colonial Kitchen and has the green label on the bottom. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it comes in it's original box and measures 2 1/2 inches tall, 3 5/16 inches wide and 2 1/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $25.00
    Sebastian Miniature Ben Franklin Figurine #sml503a
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Ben Franklin holding a kite #SML503-A was made 1987 through 1995 and is marked: COPR 1952 / P.W.Baston / Ben Franklin. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he comes in his original box and measures 3 1/2 inches tall, 1 5/8 inches wide and 1 5/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $80.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Paul Bunyan Figurine #sml128
    This Sebastian Miniature Figurine, Paul Bunyan #SML128 with a red hat was made 1949 through 1975 and is marked: COPR 1949 / P.W.Baston / Paul Bunyan. He comes in a box made for Mrs. Crachat. Sebastian Miniatures, Folks in Little, had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc., or series, Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites he measures 3 1/4 inches tall, 1 5/8 inches wide and 1 3/8 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $12.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Dealers Plaque
    This Sebastian Miniature Dealers Plaque is marked on the side: COPR 1951, on the bottom paper label: Sebastian / Handcast & Hand Painted / Hudson, Massachusetts / Miniatures and on the front: Sebastian Miniature Original Designs Hand Decorated / Made in Hudson, Mass. by Sebastian Studio. Sebastian Miniatures had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc. - or series - Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In good + condition it does have a chipped book he is holding and a chipped bell, which I have tried to show in my pictures, and it measures 4 5/8 inches tall, 3 3/4 inches wide and1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $12.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Dealers Plaque
    This Sebastian Miniature Dealers Plaque is marked on the side: COPR 1951, on the bottom paper label: Sebastian / Handcast & Hand Painted / Hudson, Massachusetts / Miniatures and on the front: Sebastian Miniature Original Designs Hand Decorated / Made in Hudson, Mass. by Sebastian Studio. Sebastian Miniatures had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc. - or series - Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In good + condition it does have a chipped book he is holding and some paint scrapes, which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 4 5/8 inches tall, 3 3/4 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $12.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Dealers Plaque
    This Sebastian Miniature Dealers Plaque is marked on the side: COPR 1951, on the bottom paper label: Sebastian / Handcast & Hand Painted / Hudson, Massachusetts / Miniatures and on the front: Sebastian Miniature Original Designs Hand Decorated / Made in Hudson, Mass. by Sebastian Studio. Sebastian Miniatures had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc. - or series - Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In good + condition it does have a chipped book he is holding, which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 4 5/8 inches tall, 3 3/4 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $12.00
    Sebastian Miniatures Dealers Plaque
    This Sebastian Miniature Dealers Plaque is marked on the side: COPR 1951, on the bottom paper label: Sebastian / Handcast & Hand Painted / Hudson, Massachusetts / Miniatures and on the front: Sebastian Miniature Original Designs Hand Decorated / Made in Hudson, Mass. by Sebastian Studio. Sebastian Miniatures had its birth in early 1938 when Prescott Woodbury Baston was commissioned to design a set of figurines for the Shaker Glen House restaurant in Woburn, Massachusetts. The pieces, depicting a Shaker couple, so impressed the owner of the restaurant that she ordered four dozen to sell and give away to guests, and a short time later ordered a thousand more! The success of the figurines led to the launch of Sebastian Miniatures in March of 1939. (Why Sebastian and not Baston? It sounded better!) By the time Baston passed away in 1984, his son Prescott Woody Baston, Jr. had taken over as designer. Between 1938 and 2008 an estimated 1000 different figurines had been marketed. The hand-painted pieces can be grouped according to topic - historic personages, literary characters, different occupations, pets, holidays, etc. - or series - Dickens, Civil War, Lighthouse, etc. Many were withdrawn from production, only to be reissued several years later with variations in color and markings. In good + condition it does have a chipped book he is holding, which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 4 5/8 inches tall, 3 3/4 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. An addition to any Sebastian Miniature Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $19.99
    Christmas Card With Bronze Coin By Franklin Mint
    FOR SALE IS A COLLECTIBLE BRONZE COIN IMPRESSED WITH VICTORIAN DANCING SCENE SET IN A CHRISTMAS CARD MADE BY FRANKLIN MINT IN 1975. THE CARD MEASURES 5 5/8 INCHES LONG X 4 INCHES WIDE, COIN WAS DESIGNED BY DAVID BONNER, COIN MEASURES 1 5/8 INCHES DIAMETER, AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION, PEN WRITING IS TO SHIRLEY FROM MOTHER SOPER 1975 ON INSIDE BACK COVER.
  • Price: $7.99
    Sebastian Miniature Santa Ornament
    FOR SALE IS A ROUND ORNAMENT MADE BY SEBASTIAN MINIATURES. THE 2 DISK IS OF SANTA MAKING TOYS IN HIS WORKSHOP. THE 1989 ORNAMENT IS SIGNED BY WOODY BASTON ON THE BACK AND IS IN GOOD CONDITION HAS A SMALL CHIP ON THE BACK.
  • Price: $39.99
    Sebastian Miniature Santa Ornament
    FOR SALE IS THE SEBASTIAN MINIATURE FIGURINE LIMITED EDITION SANTA ORNAMENT FIGURINE. THE FIGURINE IS OF SANTA NEXT TO LAMP POST WITH LITTLE GIRL ON HIS KNEE, IS #SML123C, IS MARKED 1981 ON THE FRONT OF BASE, HAS ORANGE OVAL STICKERS ON THE BOTTOM AND ARE IN VERY FINE CONDITION, WITH ORIGINAL BOX.
  • Price: $19.99
    Sebastian Miniature Falstaff Figurine
    FOR SALE IS THE SEBASTIAN MINIATURE FIGURINE FALSTAFF. THE FIGURINE OF FALSTAFF IS #SML 75A, IS MARKED 1947 ON THE BACK OF BASE, WAS MADE BETWEEN 1984 AND 1985 FOR SEBASTIAN COLLECTOR SOCIETY(ONLY 3,357 WERE MADE), HAS LIGHT GREEN OVAL STICKER ON THE BOTTOM AND IS IN VERY FINE CONDITION, WITH ORIGINAL BOX.
  • Price: $23.00
    Paul Sebastian Sledding Time Figurine, Mib
    Paul Sebastian Sledding Time figurine, MIB. This is from Paul Sebastian, Inc., Fine Porcelain Collection and marked PS 1992, Mexico on the bottom. There are no cracks and no chips, it is in excellent condition. 05PDP050.
  • Price: $185.00
    Mother And Daughter Dressed In Nightgowns
    Mother and Daughter dressed in nightgowns. Marked Paul Sebastian 1990, Llardo Coloring. This beautiful piece is 7 ½ inches high, very delicate and detailed, in perfect condition. L17Bx12. (s23)
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