Scrooge and Marley’s Counting House – Dickens A Christmas Carol by Department 56


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Please note the small Counting House sign shown is not included with this item. 

The classic icon of a miser, Ebenezer Scrooge must learn an important lesson in Dickens A Christmas Carol. The Scrooge and Marleys Counting House makes a charming addition to your festive recreation of London in the 1800s. This illuminated building shows where Ebenezer Scrooge and Jacob Marley ran their lucrative accounting business. A thin staircase runs up the side of the brick shop, and the large front window displays a detailed scene of Scrooge counting his money. The rooftop snow is the only sign of winter cheer in this miserly building. The hand-painted porcelain shop is lit with an included light cord and bulb.

Introduction Date: December 2000

Collection: Dickens A Christmas Carol

Key Features:

  • Made with porcelain
  • Hand-painted with bright colors and detail
  • Illuminated building
  • Comes with a light cord and bulb
  • A fantastic collectible for holiday villages


  • Height: 9.75 Inches
  • Width: 5.75 Inches
  • Length: 4 Inches


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