Blindmans Bluff – Dickens A Christmas Carol by Department 56


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Celebrate the holiday season by creating your own Christmas display, complete with characters from A Christmas Carol! The Blindmans Bluff figure recreates a scene from the Christmas party hosted by Ebenezer Scrooges nephew, Fred. This popular Victorian parlor game involves a player who is blindfolded and spun around. The Blind Man must find another player in the room and identify them, continuing until a correct answer is given. An elegant lady is blindfolded in this festive porcelain figurine, her arms stretched out while another lady and a dapper fellow slip behind her. Hand-painted in bright colors, this Dickens village accessory makes an excellent addition to your holiday display!

Introduction Date: January 2014

Collection: Dickens A Christmas Carol

Key Features:

  • Made from porcelain
  • Hand-painted with bright colors and detail
  • Displays trio playing blindfolded party game
  • A fantastic collectible for holiday villages


  • Height: 2.36 Inches
  • Width: 2.76 Inches
  • Length: 3.94 Inches


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