FPLP Seseme Street

FPLP Seseme Street

Post by Joseph Walk » Mon, 26 Aug 1996 04:00:00



I've recently had the good fortune, once at a garage sale and
once at a Goodwill, to find and purchase the building from the
Little People Seseme Street set I had and loved when I was a
kid.  Naturally, neither building had any of the figures or
accessories.  I was wondering if somebody could provide a list
of what came with  the set.  I remember several characters--Big
Bird, Bert and Ernie, Oscar, the Count, Gordon, Mr. Hooper.  There
were also various accessories such as Big Bird's nest, Bert and
Ernies beds, etc.  My original set has long since vanished, but
I would love to restore it.  Anybody know how much trouble/expense
it will take to find all these pieces?

Joe Walker

 
 
 

FPLP Seseme Street

Post by Joyce Kreut » Mon, 26 Aug 1996 04:00:00


Quote:
>I've recently had the good fortune, once at a garage sale and
>once at a Goodwill, to find and purchase the building from the
>Little People Seseme Street set I had and loved when I was a
>kid.  Naturally, neither building had any of the figures or
>accessories.  I was wondering if somebody could provide a list
>of what came with  the set.  I remember several characters--Big
>Bird, Bert and Ernie, Oscar, the Count, Gordon, Mr. Hooper.  There
>were also various accessories such as Big Bird's nest, Bert and
>Ernies beds, etc.  My original set has long since vanished, but
>I would love to restore it.  Anybody know how much trouble/expense
>it will take to find all these pieces?
>Joe Walker


Joe,

     I paid $35 for an "almost complete" Sesame Street apartment.  The ladder
is the hardest piece to find.  The pieces are hard but not impossible to find.

The list of pieces is:
Big Bird, Oscar, Ernie, Bert, Cookie
Mr. Hooper, Susan, Gordon
Sanitation truck, street light
diner counter
nest
Beds with B and E (brown or marigold)
table with picture of two place settings (just got this one, thanks Kim)
mailbox, tv
two chairs
couch (for Gordon and Susan to snuggle)
display for store - card rack like thing
fire hydrant
ladder

The count went with the SS Clubhouse, as did Grover.

Hope this helps.
Joyce