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This popped up on ebay. Thought it was cool!


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Cool, thanks for posting. Standard door, windows I haven't seen before, 1910s?


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I'm not sure, it looks like it is probably a pretty early candy box. I hadn't see those windows either or one with a sign.

Heres the link to the auction, I forgot to post it.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/330909036171?ss ... 1423.l2649


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What interesting windows


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I've already been commissioned to design a set. Of course I'm charging my usual fee. :-)


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Here's a set of the windows in three different sizes, since I don't have access to the original to doublecheck:

http://cardboardchristmas.com/resources ... indows.pdf


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Always amazed at your work, Paul.


Thanks!!!!


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Awesome job on the window graphic Paul!!!! Very NICE!!! I'm doing a new stuff dance! :) Now I need to find some time to do some house building!


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great work Paul


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Pete, would you like to add these to your collection? I did them in CorelDraw but I can export to EPS and a lot of other formats.


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