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01546, Tut the Chibi Pharaoh

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OUTSTANDING! The Teeny Tut is a WONDERFUL creation, BEAUTIFULLY painted in a stunning array of colors. VERY WELL DONE as always!

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Your metalwork is so nice! It looks like he could use some eye drops! I also really like the base. Nicely done!

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