Bring the most memorable scenes from Charles Dickens’ quintessentially Victorian, Christmas classic home for a heartwarming reminder of the true meaning of Christmas.

Dickens’ tale of Ebenezer Scrooge — a greedy old geezer who has a life-changing encounter with a series of spirits on Christmas Eve — is known and loved around the world. The story was one of the single greatest influences in rejuvenating the Christmas traditions of England, and this highly detailed collection is inspired by the characters and scenes that we all remember fondly.

Honour the spirit of Christmas all year long with these beautiful lit buildings. Create your very own corner of old London with Ebenezer Scrooge’s House, Cratchit’s Corner and Scrooge and Marley’s Counting House. They make the perfect present too — with gift sets, like Scrooge’s Boyhood Home — coming complete with a sisal tree; the First Spirit figurine; and a bag of snow to add the finishing touches to any display.

What tribute to this epic story would be complete, without the iconic cemetery…? This spectacular graveyard scene incorporates the glowing ghost of the ghost of Christmas Yet to Come, and beautifully captures the moment when Scrooge learns his fate — and decides to improve his miserly ways — altering his future for the better.

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