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If you just stick up a few buildings on the mantel or sofa table, Village D-Lights isn't for you. But if you want power -- want to create cities and towns or to create that perfect neighborhood we all wished we lived in. Then this is the magazine for you.
The official home of the wonderful villages.
Matt's Dept. 56
Matt's Department 56 Extravaganza is really a treat for the eyes and senses. A MUST stop for any village collector.
The 12 Levels of a Dept. 56 Collectors
This rings true for collectors of many different items, what step are you on?
Ten signs you are villaging too much.
Window Ledges Collectibles
Miniature wooden replicas of famous houses, buildings or cottages, that can be displayed on window frames. The houses and buildings are only 3/4 - 1 1.4" thick, but four to eight inches wide.
Prompted by a passion for details, Michel Dupuy , sculptor and ceramist, re-creates for you Alsatian houses.
These tiny houses are no longer being produced.
Villages to Visit
Miniature Village in Pennsylvania.
The history of David Winter collectibles from World Collectors Net.