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#196801 - 05/12/06 04:46 AM limited edition LLOM and variations
DANIEL Online
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I do not collect LLOM
But I would like to hear some discussion on them.
If I remember right I believe there was at least one LLOM variation.
Does anyone remember which one it was?

There was also some limited edition LLOM produced.
Which ones were they and what were they made for?
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#196802 - 05/12/06 05:29 AM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Moved a certain California light to Carolina

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#196803 - 05/12/06 01:46 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Yes, Point Arena, Carolina. It was a fantastic move that broke none of the rocks and the tower was not even cracked. That's ore then we can say for the Point Arena, California pieces that Harbour Lights were moved across the states.
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#196804 - 05/12/06 02:12 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Lorna has one of those thanks to our friend Fred in California. It came as a surprise gift from Fred.

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#196805 - 05/12/06 03:18 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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The two "Dinner at the Lighthouse" pieces (Seven Foot Knoll & Round Island) are actually LLOM variations.

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#196806 - 05/12/06 05:25 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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The Seven Foot Knoll piece has an HL number while the Round Island one has a LL number.

The Bailey Range Lights are LL size, but the pair have an HL number.

Of course this size product started with the 1997 Reunion 'miniature' of New Point Loma and was followed up by the 1998 Rose Island miniature then the 2001 and 2005 Reunion Miniatures followed suit.

One lighthouse has been made as a Little Light in two different sculptures -- as is still available in both. Anyone know which one?

I wonder why that is.
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#196807 - 05/12/06 06:37 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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A possible answer to your questions:

LL147 Round Island, MI
LL147R Round Island, MI (Dinner Piece-2005 Reunion)

LL254 Gibbs Hill, Bermuda
LL254 Gibbs Hill, Seul Choix, MI

I also collect variations when possible.

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#196808 - 05/12/06 07:09 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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One lighthouse has been made as a Little Light in two different sculptures -- as is still available in both. Anyone know which one?
LL215 Turkey Point

LL269 Turkey Point with Keepers House

I don't understand your post Bobo, Seul Choix is LL255, did they miss on some?

Seven Foot Knoll piece was produced as the Dinner at the Lighthouse LE first for the Baltimore Reunion then redone as a LL as opposed to the Round Island LL was already produced and they did a revised version for the Dinner at the lighthouse at the most recent reunion...
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#196809 - 05/12/06 07:46 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Thanks Bob,

At least I now know someone who has heard of The Knights of the Not-So-Round Table. I purchased all of them from a dealer years ago. She had ordered one set. After she received them, she thought they were the ugliest pieces that she had ever seen. (And she was correct.) She sold them to me for 10 cents on the dollar. They are approximately the size of the LL's.

RT4014 "Stocks-Are-Down" Stanley (Former Broker of the King)
RT4015 Sir "Slice & Deice" (Boris, Brother to the King)
RT4016 Sir Freddy "Flew d'Coop" (Falconer to the King)
RT4017 Prunella Snoops (Lady of Cockeyed Manor)
RT4018 Sir "Chops-A-Lot" (Evil, Executioner, Gone Soft)
RT4019 Spitfire (Royal Toastmaster)
RT4020 "Whoopsie" the Wizard, The King's Sorcerer
RT4021 "Not-So-Witty" Waldo, (Jester to the King)
RT4022 "Belly-Up" Bartemus (Keeper of the Keg)
RT4023 Grunt McGee (Pack Mule Extraordinaire)
RT4024 Barker, Biter & Bud (A Family Portrait)
RT4025 Roderick, King of Not-So-Much

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#196810 - 05/12/06 07:51 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Paul,

A few Seul Choix were mis-labled.

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#196811 - 05/12/06 08:14 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Thanks Bobo, let me know if you find an extra, I would like to shoot it and add one to the LL's cabinet..
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#196812 - 05/13/06 02:53 AM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Bob thanks for the thorough job of listing "The Knights of the Not-So-Round Table" .
Do we have any idea how many of them was produced?
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#196813 - 05/13/06 01:55 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Anyone got a "Spitfire" (RT4019) they would like to part with for cash or trade? I always wanted one of those for my grandson who loves dragons.

smile Bob smile

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#196814 - 05/13/06 01:59 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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How about this special limited set of LLOM for 2004.

Special Lighthouse challenge LLOM set 2004

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Anyone got a "Spitfire" (RT4019) they would like to part with for cash or trade? I always wanted one of those for my grandson who loves dragons.
Bob
Why don't you try our new trading post.
It is now at the top and has a more recognizable name so it can be found easier.
Hopefully this will increase our buying and selling capabilities.
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#196815 - 05/13/06 08:59 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Daniel, I sent you an email re that LLOM set you mentioned. If your looking to sell I'm looking to buy.


smile cool
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#196816 - 05/29/06 05:01 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Bob
You got me turned onto the "Knights of the not so round table".
I was able to get 8 of the 12 through ebay.
I am now looking for the rest.
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#196817 - 05/30/06 04:00 AM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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How about posting some pictures of the "Knights"? cool
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#196818 - 06/14/06 07:15 AM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Paul, do you have pictures? Anybody?
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#196819 - 06/14/06 12:45 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Would love to see the Knights too! smile
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#196820 - 06/14/06 02:49 PM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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I too would appreciate pictures of the Knights. Have never heard of them until now!
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#196821 - 06/15/06 12:42 AM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Grace, I guess you missed my post when I stated I passed on collecting the Knights... But then so did most of America!!
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#196822 - 06/15/06 05:20 AM Re: limited edition LLOM and variations
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Just hoping somebody had pictures. I remember them but didn't pay that much attention at the time - like most of America! laugh
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