Hi my name is wendy and i have a kipper tie
father and second edition mother, im wanting to sell them but dont know
how much for!! they are both in excellent condition, complete with
stickers, can you give me a rough idea?
Firstly I must congratulate you on your fantastic website,
well done! I have e-mailed you because I need your help. I have been
collecting PenDelfin for over 3 years now, and for the last 2 years I have
been desperately trying to find Rosa. Has anybody got her in mint
condition? Also I have only been a member of PenDelfin Family Circle for 1
year, but I am eager to collect all previous Pieces of the Year and
Membership pieces. If anybody has either Rosa or
membership/pieces of the year that they are willing to sell can they
please contact me on the address below.
Many thanks and fingers crossed!!
Thanks for your e-mail, I would love it if you could post my plea for
Rosa on your website!
My location in the universe is Sunny Sheffield, so postage cost for any
pieces I may wish to buy shouldn't be too much.
Once again many thanks for your help, and hopefuly I should hear
When my wife was a little girl,
in the early to mid 70s, she collected PenDelfin rabbits - she has several rabbits
(and what looks like a PenDelfin bear!). We don't know if
they're retired, still being made, or anything at all about them,
actually! Could you give me some pointers to go by to identify
what we have?
The names underneath are (except the bear,
which doesn't have one):
Dodger, Phumf, The Trumper, Maud, Robert,
Muncher, Rocky, Pond, Barney, Piano and plant, Wakey.
Reply: We don't think there was ever a PenDelfin Bear. Please
email us a picture if you can. All others pieces are now retired and are
worth a "bob or two". Click on this link for info: PenDelfin
Subject: Millennium Queen
you have PenDelfin Millenium Queen? Price? Shipping charges?
Thank you, Suzan Smith
Subject: Sandie, the Welsh
Thank you for the info on M Queen. I live in the Atlanta Georgia USA area.
Do you still have any Welsh Sandies for sale?
Thank you, Suzan Smith
Reply: Sorry but we have none in Stock. Any pieces out there FOR
SALE? Email Suzan.
this enjoyable letter on a web site (June 2001) and took the liberty to
present it here...
would just like to thank everyone who organised the event in Wales this
weekend. Iam sure that you will all agree that it was really well run. I
know that my husband and I had a really great time and made some lovely
there to Marie and Alan, Mavis and Ron and Margaret and her dog Taz (such
a cute dog)
see you all at the Auction in Burnley in October. Happy bunny collecting
in the meantime.
WARREN COOK [email@example.com]
Thursday, June 28, 2001 6:29 PM
Subject: sandie, the welsh
VERY INTERESTED IN PURCHASING SANDIE, THE WELSH COLOURWAY FOR MY WIFE. SHE IS
FROM BERMUDA AND WAS ORIGINALLY WAS STARTED ON THE COLLECTION BY HER GRANNY. HER
GRANNY WAS BORN IN WALES AND MOVED TO BERMUDA AS A LITTLE GIRL. IF THERE
ARE ANY AVAILABLE, I WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE ANY INFORMATION AS WHERE TO
YOU, WARREN COOK
very touching letter.
We requested more information on the WELSH GRANNY
and here is the reply.
Can any of our Welsh Collectors associate with it? It
will be also interesting to know the names of any early pieces and possibly rare
pieces the COOK family might have.
AM NOT SURE WHERE IN WALES "GRANNY BUTTERFIELD " WAS FROM. BUT
FAMILY LEGEND HAS HER MOVING TO BERMUDA IN THE EARLY 1900'S. HER SURNAME
WAS HOWELLS, I THINK. SHE PASSED QUITE A FEW YEARS AGO AND SO HAS MY
WIFE'S DAD, SO THINGS ARE A LITTLE FOGGY WITHOUT ANYONE TO ASK. WE HAD NOT BEEN
ACTIVELY SEEKING PenDelfinS OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS DUE TO OUR OWN "LITTLE
BUNNIES". BUT I WAS ABLE TO FIND "GRAN" RECENTLY FOR
MY WIFE AND IT HAS STARTED THE BALL ROLLING AGAIN. WE HAVE OVER 100 IN THE
COLLECTION, BUT I AM SURE MY WIFE WILL TREASURE "WELSH SANDIE" AS WELL
AS "GRAN" A LITTLE MORE
YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP
FEEL FREE TO USE ANY OF MY WRITINGS ON YOUR " PenDelfin LOVERS CORNER"
AS YOU WISH.
Colin Millington CRMillington@compuserve.com
Friday, June 15, 2001 2:27 AM
a short note to say how much we enjoyed your PenDelfin Event Day last Saturday.
You certainly had a large response and we understand some started queuing as
early as 8am.
new Welsh Sandie has been given a new home and has now settled in with her
friends and so far no fights or squabbles.
1928 my parents were working at the Rest Bay Convalescent Home and visiting you
gave me my first opportunity to see where they first met all those years ago.
again many thanks for a wonderful day.
and Brenda Millington
Tuesday, June 12, 2001 11:41 PM
Subject: PenDelfin rabbit
Hello there,I have been reading your website with interest. I
have attached a photo of a rabbit I have at the moment, can you tell me if it
is PenDelfin, and if so the name of the piece? Thank you so much for taking the time to read my message,
am afraid it is not a PenDelfin. We believe the picture shows a WOODLANDER
piece, made in the 80ís, in an attempt to copy the PenDelfin rabbits.
pieces are in general less dense (lighter) and their design tends to
be more smooth (not too many surface anomalies). Thank you for visiting our web.
you so very much for taking the time to reply. It is greatly
appreciated. Congratulations on your website, I enjoyed my
"visit", Best wishes Dawn.