C D Boz Ink And Pen Co
By: Department 56 ®
Although the majority of citizens were still not literate, pens and other writing instruments were a growing business during the time of Dickens. Building details include wooden shipping crates on the side, pen motifs sculpted in the stucco, pipe railing, and a pretty bay window upstairs. Sterling silver ink wells and finest Birmingham pens are advertised in signage, and there is a coal bin in the back for stoking a warming fire.
The building name is taken from Boz, Charles Dickens’ pen name rhymes with Rose.
|Version A:||Unsigned - not held for artist signing |
|Version B:||Signed by artist - ships November 2014 |
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