Christmas Sleigh

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First Christmas-themed Visual Toy. For this work the artist has created a fantastic sleigh, ornamented in detail and with all the Christmas spirit that transports us to childhood, illusion, innocence. With its gift wrapping machinery, its Santa, a snow globe, the nutcracker, the European-style village and its soundtrack (first time with music) it is a whole Christmas mosaic for the imagination.
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NFT Time: 25 Nov 2020 - TBA
Dates: Start: 25 Nov 2020
End actual: 25 Nov 2020
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Exit Price: 1,145,350.00 USD
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