February 2015 e-newsletter


Here’s the latest from

February 2015 e-newsletter

Keeping you up-to-date on the latest news from

At, we are a family-owned business dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality scale models of iconic buildings and structures the world over. Likewise, we’re committed to providing you with the very best customer experience possible. By being a member of our monthly e-newsletter, you will be automatically notified of the latest news and product offerings from

We have been busy upgrading and adding to our online presence. We have a new company Facebook page to showcase new offerings, rare variations, and post pictures of interest to building lovers.

If you haven’t checked out Pinterest yet you should. It is one of the fastest growing online media resources. There are hundreds of thousands of pictures of all imaginable interests. We are now there as Replicabuildings and have posted over 500 building pictures in 24 categories. Last but not least, we are re-energizing our bLOG and will post archives of our e-Newletters there. Also, we will be adding articles that focus on individual buildings and their replica counterparts. Occasionally we will have a building auction as well.

Be sure to visit us online, and thank you for your business.


Mike Merwine, Owner

Our latest replicas

How tall is too tall?

It seems we may find out in the decade to come. The latest entry in the race for the Manhattan stratosphere is the 432 Park Avenue tower. It has the highest roof in the city and the tower dimensions are a mere 96′ square!.

432 Park Avenue (left) is located between 56th and 57th streets in Midtown Manhattan. This slender giant will house 104 Luxury residences with views never before imagined. A height of 1396′ and 89 floors places it officially as the third tallest building in the U.S. at the date of its topping out.  It was designed by Rafael Vinoly and SLCE Architects. Our true to life pewter replica of the 432 Park Tower is available in two sizes: 10 inches (1″=150′) and 7-1/2 inches (1″=200′).

San Francisco’s enduring landmark, Coit Tower is located in Pioneer Park on Telegraph Hill. Completed in 1933, this tower was designed by Arthur Brown Jr. and Henry Howard and stands 210 feet tall.Our highly detailed pewter replica of the Coit Tower is available in three sizes: 3-1/4 inches (1″=75′), 2-1/2 inches (1″=100′) and 1-7/8 inches (1″=150′).

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