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Need help with ID'ing the vintage Stairsteps pieces...

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Can someone help me? I need to know the stock number for the Stairsteps set, and how many pieces of what comprise a full set. I'm trying to get this stuff entered into my inventory and I'm not finding the info!

The Stairsteps set (is the fence part of it?) is on about four or five cakes in the Celebrate! Wedding Cakes book from 1983, so they should be in a yearbook from the five years right before that, shouldn't they? I don't have any of the old books to look in, and neither does anyone else I know. icon_sad.gif

Thank you for the help!

Illy
post #2 of 4
I found one called 1. Stairsteps in my '83 YB. It also has the 2. Push-In Candle Holders and the 3. Old-Fashioned Fence . They were sold separately but are used as a set.

It has a pic of the entire set on a cake. The stock #s are:

1. 1107-K-8180
2. 1107-K-8131
3. 1107-K-8326

The pieces included in each set are:

1. 24 stairs, inserts and holders.
2. 12 pegs and holders as above.
3. 12 2.5" fence posts and 1" pegs to secure posts in cake or stairstep inserts, plus 144 snap-together links.

If you need a pic, let me know and I'll send you a scan.
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post #3 of 4
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Thank you, Lisa!! One more question... which stock number is for which part? *big hugs*

Illy
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You're welcome icon_smile.gif ...I should have mentioned that the numbers correlate. 1. Stairsteps goes with the 1. 1107-K-8180 and so on...
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