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North Pole Village Collection
Elf Bunkhouse Item # 56016
Issued from 1990-1996, Elf Bunkhouse includes: light cord and bulb. A perfect addition to the North Pole Village collector! This item is new, in mint condition, and includes the original box.
North Pole Series
From the time we first saw a Christmas tree, we each developed our own vivid images of Santa Claus, elves flying reindeer, and a secret land called the North Pole. It seems safe to say that none of us – in our wildest imaginations – ever matched the Department 56 version of that fantasy place. When the village was introduced, there were the three buildings that we expected – Santa’s Workshop, the Reindeer Barn, and The Elf Bunkhouse. The designs may have been different from the way we visualized them, but those were the buildings we all knew were there.
And then it grew. And grew. And grew. Over 70 buildings later, the North Pole is a very busy place. The famed “pitter patter of little feet” belongs not to children rushing downstairs on Christmas morning but to hundreds of little elves. In fact, The Pole has gotten so crowded that there is even a housing subdivision – “Elf Land” that is intended as a spot for the busy elves to relax.
Seven buildings have monogrammed letters on them that spelled out North Pole. There are shops of every kind, places where everything is produced from dolls and bears to lights and ornaments. Even a few commercial vendors have moved in due to licensing agreements that have brought LEGO blocks, Barbie, Warner Bros. characters, and the familiar Coca-Cola polar bears to the frosty north. The famed Post Office is included, as is a Weather and Time Station to be certain that Santa reaches every home in one night. Elves make and test toys, bake, deliver mail and toys, sing, chart the night’s course, skate and ski, and even use their tiny fingers to untangle lights and tinsel.
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