RETIRED - SHELIA'S
EDWARDS MANSION #CAM01
Issued: 01/01/1997 - RETIRED: 12/31/1998
Dimensions: 6.5" x 7"
"Edwards Mansion" was built in 1890 by James Edwards, a wealthy orange grove owner
who migrated to Redlands, California in 1881.
The home design is notable for the numerous East lake
posts and spindles which adorn the porch and balconies.
The mansion is done in taupe with trim in vivid green and maroon and highlighted in white.
It was restored to it's original condition in 1973 Made in USA.
This piece is mint, new in original packaging, never displayed, stored pet and smoke free.
Adds depth and dimension to your display, great for layering.
Very low in inventory on all five pieces
This series includes several pieces, all are in stock ready to ship.
Edwards Mansion - CAM01, Morey Mansion - CAMO2, Morris Tuttle - CAMO3,
Carson Mansion - CAMO4, Long-Waterman Mansion - CAMO5
ATTENTION - INTERNATIONAL BUYERS - BEFORE Buying
Please contact me for shipping cost! (It differs from the cost shown on the listing.)
Shipping Charges listed are for shipments to USA ONLY