A Time Remembered

Circa: 2004
Condition: New
Manufacturer: Hallmark Cards Inc./Made in Thailand
This porcelain Hallmark Keepsake Ornament from their Madame Alexander Little Woman Doll Collector Series, Amy March, dated 2004 is marked: #QX8404 / Made in Thailand.
On January 10, 1910, a teenager from Nebraska, Joyce Clyde Hall, stepped off a train in Kansas City, Mo., with little more than big dreams and two shoeboxes of picture postcards. From those inauspicious beginnings an iconic brand was born. One hundred years and billions of well-wishes later, Hallmark Cards, Inc. celebrates its own 100th birthday in 2010 with a nod to the past, a focus on the future, and the grandsons of that Nebraska teenager at the helm.
Today we're best known for greeting cards, ornaments, the stores that bear our name and television programming, but what we're really about is relationships and the emotional connections our products and experiences represent, says Donald J. Hall, Jr., Hallmark's president and CEO and grandson of founder J.C. Hall. It's a privilege few companies in the world enjoy, and a trust we intend to keep.
Made of porcelain each reindeer has a different ornament attached. One has stars, the second has a silver filigree ball and the third has presents.
In new condition she comes with her Holiday Memory Card and measures 3 3/4 inches tall, 2 1/4 inches wide and 2 1/4 inches deep.
An addition to any Hallmark Christmas Ornament Collection.
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