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    • #25776
      beausone
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      I recently came across these Enesco birthday flower month girl bells(about 5in tall and made about 1986), and I would like to know the names of all twelve. So far, I have:
      Alexandra with Carnations – January
      Jacqueline with Roses – June
      Nicole with Poppies – August
      Genevieve with Calendula – October
      Vanessa with Chrysanthemums – November

      I have seen figurines of Adrianna with Asters(September) and Angelica with Poinsettias(December), but no bells. Does someone have this collection and can tell me the names of the other five? This is a picture of Alexandra.

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      beausone
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      I recently bought Angelica with Poinsettias from eBay, but I haven’t figured out a good search term to find others without their names.

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      beausone
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      I thought I had updated this, but guess I didn’t. I finally competed this collection in November last year; persistence pays off. They are:
      January Alexandra with Carnations 2.25×4.75
      February Christabelle with Violets 2.25×5
      March Victoria with Daffodils 2.25×4.75
      April Cassandra with Daisies 2.25×4.75
      May Gabrielle with Lily of the Valley 2.25×4.75
      June Jacqueline with Roses 2.25×4.75
      July Elizabeth with Water Lilies 2.25×4.75
      August Nicole with Poppies 2.25×4.75
      September Adriana with Asters 2.25×4.75
      October Genevieve with Calendula 2.25×4.75
      November Vanessa with Chrysanthemums 2.25×4.75
      December Angelica with Poinsettias 2.25×4.75

      Donna Baker mentions these in her Collectible Bells pg.140, but she does not list any more information than what is already known about them.

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