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Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Holding Book Ornament

New Pre-Orders Jun 11
Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Holding Book Ornament
Coming in September 2019 (details) Pre-Order now for estimated shipment in September 2019 (estimated date / subject to change).
Item Number: DFS4053268
Have you met The Cat in the Hat? Would you like to see him on your Christmas tree? This delightful Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Holding Book Ornament measures approximately 4 1/3-inches tall and is made of polyresin. Go for it!
Company: Department 56
Theme: Dr. Seuss
Product Type: Holiday Ornaments
Characters: Cat in the Hat
Age: All Ages

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