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Harbour Lights Collectors’ Corner

Take a peek at what’s ahead for Harbour Lights 2004!


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As you put the finishing touches on your Holiday décor and wrap those last minute gifts (Harbour Lights selections, of course!), we have a sneak peek at what you have to look forward to in 2004! If you thought 2003 was a fantastic year, we’ve outdone ourselves to give you an even bigger year ahead.

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Now is the time to mark your 2004 calendar for two Regional Events that are designed for the whole family. Not only are these two events truly spectacular, we have created Exclusive 2004 Regional Event pieces for each one.

The first Regional will be held March 20 at the magnificent St. Augustine Lighthouse. We’ve timed it for those suffering winter blues to take a well-deserved family trip to Florida. In commemoration of the event, a beautiful new replica of the famous lighthouse is this 2004 Regional Event Exclusive, and will only be available from participating Harbour Lights Dealers.

The second gathering is one we’ve had in work for some time. In association with the US Lighthouse Society, the Regional will be held July 4 on the historic Lightship Relief, permanently docked at Jack London Square in Oakland, California. The floating museum is a perfect setting for this Independence Day celebration, and the Regional Exclusive is a majestic reproduction of the lightship now owned by USLS to preserve and perpetuate lighthouse legacy.

And this is only the beginning! In January, we will be introducing exciting new pieces like Oak Island, North Carolina, Indian River Lifesaving Station, Delaware and Cape Flattery, Washington, with more new additions to follow. For our Anchor Bay collectors, watch for the arrival of the 175ft. Tender George Cobb, the ship that maintains vital harbor buoys along the West Coast.

Take time from your busy Holiday schedule to contact your Dealer and reserve these marvelous new Harbour Lights reproductions - each painstakingly created with authentic detail to enhance your collection. We look forward to meeting you at one of our 2004 events, and next month, we’ll have more details on the exciting year ahead.

Have a very Merry Christmas from all your friends at Harbour Lights!

This story appeared in the December 2003 edition of Lighthouse Digest Magazine. The print edition contains more stories than our internet edition, and each story generally contains more photographs - often many more - in the print edition. For subscription information about the print edition, click here.

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