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Steinbach Sherwood Nutcracker Series
King Richard (ES897) Nutcracker, Friar Tuck (ES890) Nutcracker, Robin Hood (ES863) Nutcracker,
Sheriff of Nottingham (ES892) Nutcracker
Maid Marion (ES1825) Nutcracker

The Robin Hood (ES863) nutcracker was released in 1994 and sold out in 1996. This nutcracker is the first in the Steinbach Sherwood Forest Nutcracker Series.

Friar Tuck (ES890) nutcracker was the second of the Steinbach Sherwood Forest Nutcracker Series and was released in 1995.

The third in the Steinbach Sherwood Forest Nutcracker Series was the Sheriff of Nottingham (ES892) nutcracker.

Fourth in the Steinbach Sherwood Forest Nutcracker Series King Richard The Lionhearted (ES897) nutcracker proudly waves his Crusader flag.

Friar Tuck (ES890) is a jolly monk who carries food for the poor was. Robin Hood (ES863) stealthily stashes the bag of gold under his cloak. This nutcracker is the fifth in the Steinbach Sherwood Forest Nutcracker Series.

Sixth in the Steinbach Sherwood Forest Nutcracker Series is the The Sheriff of Nottingham (ES892) nutcracker who is dashing and wicked as he searches for the elusive Robin Hood.

Maid Marion (ES1825) nutcracker had her preliminary debut in 1998. She is shown wearing a woodsy green cloak as she travels through the forest to find her one true love, Robin Hood. Covering her long hair to conceal her identity, Marion wraps a sheer cloak around her head. She dresses as a page so that she will not be recognized. As the legend goes, her own Robin Hood did not even realize her true identity. The arrow she holds in her right hand represents the prize for the best marksman at the fair. This nutcracker is the seventh and last nutcracker in the Steinbach Sherwood Forest Nutcracker Series.

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