Department 56, Dickens' Village, "St Luke's Church", #808858. Luke's is considered to be one of the first Neo-Gothic churches. After four years of construction, the church was consecrated by the Bishop.Of London on the feast day of St. James Savage, it is build of Bath stone with a tower reaching 142 feet. Add to the illusion of height.
Part of the rich history of this beautiful church includes the. 1836 wedding of Charles and Catherine Dickens.Luke's is still a thriving. Parish of the Church of England and welcomes visitors from around the world. Bottom stamp has been added to commemorate the 35th Anniversary of " The Dickens' Village Series".
Wonderfully maintained collectors piece in its original box. Please see my other Department 56 listings - as I offer up my whole collection over the next few weeks.Condition is pre-owned but looks like new. All accessories shown in landscape pics are not part of the offer unless explicitly mentioned. The item "Department 56, Dickens' Village, St Luke's Church, #808858, rare" is in sale since Friday, March 13, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Decorative Collectible Brands\Department 56\Dickens Village\Buildings". The seller is "guido555" and is located in Mount Kisco, New York.
This item can be shipped to United States.