|Sierra Nevada Animals Shelter||Shelter for abandoned animals, very present problem in Spain.|
|Christmas Village Houses||
At Papa Ted's Place by Ted Althof.
|The Christmas Lights Museum||
"Old Christmas Tree Lights": Truly a museum ! An amazing amount of information on Christmas lights; really very professional. George Nelson has been very generous with sharing information. The original site is no longer available, but has been reconstructed by Paul Race, so luckily the information will not be lost.
|Bill's antique Christmas Light Site||Amazing information on Christmas lights by Bill Nelson, sadly no longer with us, but now again available at Tom Elmore's reconstruction of BILL NELSON'S 2003 CHRISTMAS
|Oude Kerstverlichting (Old Christmas Lights)||Site on old Christmas lights from Frans's collection, showing many Dutch lights, making this site extra interesting.|
|Nederland Christmas Past||
Very interesting Dutch website on collecting Christmas items. Owner Egbert Dikken, also author of two books, "Kerstversiering uit de oude doos 1875-1975".
|The world of paper créches|
|Nativity scenes of a Czech collection. He has given me the information on the Czech paper crèches.|
|NB Speelgoed Nazaire Beeusaert||Grandson and author of a book on the history of the Belgian toy factory "Nazaire Beeusaert", also produced nativity figures (in this collection under Nativity).|
|Torck pedalcars, Nazaire Beeusaert and other toys||Katrien and Peter's very impressive collection on Torck pedal cars and other toys made in Deinze, Belgium. There is also a section on "NB" Nazaire Beeusaert.|
|Poëzieplaatjes - Scraps||Extensive overview of scraps and the publishers, in English and Dutch.|
|The Golden Glow of Christmas past||USA club of Christmas collectors|
|Scraps||Mimmu Takalo's website on scraps; is in Finnish but with pictures and you can email her in English, German and Swedish.|
Paul and Shelia Race's website with an amazing amount of Christmas information and links to related sites; he also reconstructed Bill and George Nelson's sites
|Whirligig Christmas Chimes||Eric's site on Christmas chimes with photo's and descriptions|
|Treasury Comics||A huge amount of information on comics from the 1930s up to the present, where I found the English version of my French Rudolph, the Red-nosed Reindeer.|
|Fairy Lamp Club||Website dedicated to Victorian and contemporary fairy lamps, with a chapter on Christmas lights.|
|BNP Brand Name Pencils collecting||Bob Truby's site, not only providing us with massive information on pencils all over the world, but also shares his knowledge freely.|
|Velkommen til kravlenissernes side||
Finn D. Nielsen’s site is about the unique Danish character "Kravlenisser" for Christmas decoration, with many pictures of many artists. The name “kravlenisser” turned up in the late 1940s when in 1947 this expression was used for the first time by Frederik Bramming, probably the inventor of the name.
This is Uta Förster’s site with lots of information on Christmas
|Nativity set in various unlimited variations||Birte approaches the Nativity collection from an interesting side. One set of figures used in different compositions and probably by different manufacturors in different countries. She has just started this site and will be expanding.|
|Margerine Figures||A German site by Helmut Bitsch on margerine figures from all countries. Very well documented and also showing angels and Nativity items.|