A collection of vintage 1940s to 1960s Christmas bottle brush trees and related items for your village or putz displays from Japan and Germany, 26 pieces in all. There's an unusual door wreath type decoration with a red brush horse shoe shape and green brush candy cane, a little over 7 inches high.
The brush trees are flocked with paint or plaster snow, some with mica glitter. There are nine ranging from 3-1/2 to 6-1/2 inches high. I'm throwing in an extra tree with no base, not pictured. In the second photo is a 4 inch tree made of some type of composition snowflake or flower petal material, stacked on a spindle and thickly glittered with white and clear mica.
There are four soft plastic pine trees, 6 inches high. One is missing the red berry top. The two pinecone trees are about 4 inches on their red wooden bases, these have some damage to the upper cone tips. The sealed package of four 2 inch mini brush trees is newer. The four plastic lamp posts are 3 inches high, marked BB in a circle on the bottoms.
The last item, not shown in the main photo, is a box of moss-like dark green lichen. It can be used as filler for tabletop or topiary trees and wreaths, as well as for making trees and greenery for your putz village buildings. The box has some storage wear but the lichen is in good condition and looks unused.