Miscellanous (How to order the DVD)

$7.50

Airstream

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The classic Airstream of the thirties is not just a museum piece. Still in use today, it is as sturdy and modern in appearance as the first day it swung into traffic. As a result, an Airstream is always "in style'. Our little Airstream goes in back of our little Pedal Car model.
$5.50

Ankylosaurus

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Another splendid model in Richard's dinosaur series. Because the bones of the ankylosaurs don't lend themselves well to paper modeling, there is no "skeleton" version of this model.
$2.50

Big Ben Tower

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Big Ben is actually the name of the huge bell in the clock of the St. Stephen's Tower. When Parliament is sitting at night, a light shines above the clock for all to see.
$6.00

Boaz Steam Engine

A paper model of a steam engine that actually runs. It's powered by blowing air through a straw.
$3.00

Bobbin' Head Cow

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The Bobbin' Head Cow a fun easy model for the kids!
$6.64

Brachiosaurus

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Designed by Richard Dery in 2014 to complete the set of Dinosaur models. This long necked herbivore is cute and peaceful. His bright eyes and smile are sure to cheer you up on any day of the Jurassic Period.
$2.50

Buckby Can

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Buckby Can is the narrowboater's water can that usually sits up on the top of the boat.
$4.00

Doc Drummond

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Doc Drummond was a friend of the Lone Ranger and Tonto. He had an office in town where he stitched up a few holes in his pals (when he was sober)
$12.00

Dragon

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This stunning dragon and accessories was designed by Richard Dery. It comes with a castle wall, portcullis, damsel in distress, knight on his trusty steed, and dragontamer squire flatties. The whole model is on ten pages.
$3.95

Empire State Building

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The Empire State Building was started in 1930 and finished in 1931 by the Starret Brothers and Eken Contracting firm known for their reputation of building quickly. They got their supplies from all over the world. Steel from Pittsburgh, limestone and granite from Indiana, and marble from England. The total cost of the Empire State Building was about 41 million dollars.
$3.50

Foredown Tower

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Built in 1909 as a water tower it is now converted into a tourist center in Portslade, East Sussex, England. As you can see it looks quite well as a brick and slate industrial building.
$11.00

Hawks

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Paper model of a Red Tailed Hawk, designed by Richard Dery and added to his growing collection of wonderful educational cardmodels in September 2013. Also included is a gorgeous picture of a Red Tailed Hawk that he painted years ago.
$3.50

Iron Bridge

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The first bridge built entirely out of iron in 1779. Still standing but no longer used as a bridge for heavy traffic.
$8.50

Knight

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Richard Derry, the designer who brought you the Dinosaurs, and most recently the Fantasy Dragon, has brought another excellent model to be added to the Fiddlers Green line up, and is worthy of decorating your office, or protecting your pet dragons.
$7.95

La-Nina

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This caravel type ship was a favorite of Columbus, and might be a favorite of yours too. Richard Dery has now done all three for us: The Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria.
$2.50

Lobster Boat

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This boat can be spotted on the Cornish coast UK. To be precise, in the harbor of Penzance. (note the 'PZ' on the hull?) Colorful and easy to build and in includes a few lobster pots.
$12.00

Lone Ranger Set-1

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The Lone Ranger and Tonto loved this town and you will too! This HO scale set consists of nine buildings based on the first three cereal boxes offered on the back of Cheerios in the 1940's and after you've seen the Lone Ranger movie, you'll want to build them all.
$11.00

Music

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A collection of music for those who need something to listen to while they build their models.
$1.00

Phone Box

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The first standard public telephone kiosk introduced by the United Kingdom Post Office was produced in concrete in 1920 and was designated K1 (Kiosk No.1). This design was not of the same family as the familiar red telephone boxes.
$5.50

Pinta

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The third of Richard Dery's Columbus ships to complete the collection. Also in this group is the Nina and the Santa Maria.
$3.95

Privy

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This is a complete re-design. Easy to put together. Reduce to any size and add a few to your model railroad layout. Two new models were added 10/11, a Vermont Privy, and a very crooked Outhouse. Earlier version is now obsolete but still included in folder. Can't have too many privies!!
$3.00

Rocker Box

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The California Gold Rush folk used the rocker box (or gold cradle) to extract gold nuggets and dust from gravel using the minimum of water. It was fairly portable which was an advantage as they often moved to new diggings. The quarter shows you how large the model is.
$7.95

Santa-Maria

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Richard Dery raises the sails again with this historical and educational model of Columbus's Santa Maria, breathtaking in beauty and simplicity.
$8.45

Spinosaurus

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Natural History has never been so terrifying. This meat-eater was even bigger than T-rex. Try to build this paper model of Spinosaurus...if you can stop your hands from shaking!
$2.00

SPRUCE-TREE

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An easy to put together Spruce Tree. (See webpage. Comes in Green, Blue-ish, and BW so you can color your own. Three sizes..the largest being about 12 inches high. Perfect for a crafty table/mantle Christmas decoration.
$7.50

Stegosaurus

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Richard awes us again with this sweet little Stegosaurus model on five sheets including instruction sheet and diorama. Comes with an archeologist and interesting facts about this prehistoric herbivore from the Jurassic Period.
$9.50

T Rex

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Tyrannosaurus rex model by Richard Derry. First in a series of educational dinosaurs from Fiddlers Green. The model includes interesting facts and information about T. rex, along with a scale figure of a paleontologist.
$7.50

T Rex Skeleton

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Companion model to Richard Derry's T. rex and second in the series of educational dinosaur models from Fiddlersgreen. Includes a female paleontologist to illustrate the scale of this beast, and factual information about paleontology.
$2.95

The Shark

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Jaws, The Talking Shark. Perfect choice for the beginning cardmodeler. Easy to put together- only two pieces- and when you squeeze it's sides, it's mouth opens and closes like a puppet. Kids love this one!
$3.50

Tower Bridge

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The bridge consists of two towers which are tied together at the upper level by means of two horizontal walkways which are designed to withstand the horizontal forces exerted by the suspended sections of the bridge on the landward sides of the towers. The vertical component of the forces in the suspended sections and the vertical reactions of the two walkways are carried by the two robust towers.
$8.50

Triceratops

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Richard Derry stuns, delights, amazes and educates us once again with the third model in his dinosaur collection, Triceratops: the critter with the three-horned face. Along with this model, you also get the Triceratops bones (skeleton) model.
$5.50

Viking-Ship

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This Viking Ship was created by Richard Dery for Fiddlersgreen. It comes with shields and viking cut-outs, and two options for sail style.
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Wallis-Rigby

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A tribute to Wallis Rigby, some of his models, and their importance they played from the 30s, during WWII and on to the 1950s. His models were quite basic compared to present day computerized card models but there certainly is a delightful charm to them.. Last but not least, they provided cheap but educational war toys for the kiddies when metal and wood was in acute shortage.
$3.50

Westie Cutout model

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This delightful little fella is easy and loads of fun to cut out and glue together.. Use silicon or hot melt glue and frame.
$5.50

Whale-boat

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The original oil rig, which doubled as a meat and bone rig, this Whale Boat offered adventure, fortune and wet boots to all who dared to take on Moby Dick.
$3.00

Wind-Turbine

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Windmills have been a part of man's life since the early days of civilization, making everyday life easier. Today's wind turbines, by harvesting the wind and generating electricity and with an almost zero carbon footprint are working toward solving the global warming problem. With wind turbines, as long as we have wind we'll have electricity!
$3.00

Witch

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A downloadable FLYING cardmodel of a Halloween Wild and krazy Witch. Really flies and pretty well. Super easy to build. Can be launched with a large rubber band..Wing span of 9 inches.
$7.50

World Trade Center buildings

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The World Trade Center (WTC) was a complex in Lower Manhattan in New York City whose seven buildings were destroyed in 2001 in the September 11 terrorist attacks. The site is currently being rebuilt with six new skyscrapers and a memorial to the casualties of the attacks.

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$24.95

Miscellanous Collection DVD

Miscellaneous Collection safely stored in your Free MyModels folder to collect all the new versions and corrections. THREE months free magic Keys included. Access your models anytime over the next 60 years!! Nothing will be shipped (16 models!)
$69.95

Buildings Collection DVD

Complete Buildings Collection: Includes English, Industrial, Lighthouses, Misc, New England, Western and NOW, the entire Story Book House Collection. Safely stored in your folder for updating.
$39.95

Buildings Update Collection DVD

Entire Fiddlersgreen Buildings Collection. Includes the Miscellanous Models Collection !! IMPORTANT - You need to have already bought the entire Buildings Collection to be eligible (see left). This collection will go into your MyModels folder . Questions? email to chipfyn@gmail.com