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An Antique Dolls' House

The house opens from the front to reveal 4 main rooms with 2 additional rooms on the left side of the house. Then we have 2 hall rooms- one up and one down which accommodates a staircase! It is painted white with green shutters. I believe the house was made to resemble a Tynietoy dolls' house of the 1920's. (Personally, I think some old wallpaper of the 1920's would add a lot of charm to the house).

Measurements: 32"h. x 47"w. x 21"d.
Circa: This house has age to it, but not sure when it was made.
Price: $1200



Gottschalk Dolls' House- Circa 1910

This house has many special architectural features- with paper applied for all the brick and stone work on the front, sides and back of the house. The windows are framed out in wood on the front of the house. Paper windows with the brick work are on the sides of the house. There is a balcony and a porch on the front of the house too which are made of wood with metal railings. A porch on the first level on the right side also has similar railings. The doors are painted green with some lined details. The roof is painted a dark blue and has two very detailed chimneys of brick paper and wood. There is a window on the roof and a large gable with lined brown wood strips. The house opens from the sides which shows the two levels. The interior has all original wallpaper on both sides and there is a staircase on one side.

Measurements: 33"h. x 25-1/2"w. x 14-1/2"d.
Circa: 1910
Price: $2,995




A booklet has been written about this exceptional dolls' house that was sold at Sotheby's auction house in NYC. Several pictures of the interior are shown and described.


The booklet measures- $11"h. x 8-3/4"w. –Price: $12.95 + shipping is $2.00.

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The Glass House

As a recent buyer of this house, I'm not familiar with its history or its actual age. The last time I saw this house, it was displayed at Lucy's Dolls' House Shop in Camden, Maine, when I visited a number of years ago. Each time I approach this house in my living room to get a better view, I discover additional openings or details I hadn't noticed before. All of the ornamentation is carved wood, painted gold. The carving work is so amazing I have photographed each of these fine pieces that you see painted gold. Incidentally, since the back of the house is made exactly like the front façade of the house, one enters through the front door (first floor) or you'd enter through the same door in the back. The side panels of windows pull out to enter the second floor on both the right side and left side.


Beveled glass windows are found throughout the house. There are long narrow ones, some have wooden frames over the windows that look like they are paneled. There are even some square windows!

The roof is framed in dark wood that matches the rest of the house. Glass slanted panels are set in –one long one in the front and back. The sides have smaller panels of slanted glass. The very top of the house has a flat board to support the grand statue of a woman holding a pelican! The last photo shows her foot resting on a ball. The carving is just the finest carving I have ever seen with the detail of her hair and facial features!


Please feel free to contact me for any other questions about this outstanding house.


Measurements: 27- ½"h.; add 10" for the carved lady on top of the roof x 33" width x 17" depth.

Circa: Not known

Price: $3500




The Spanish Dolls' House  - Circa 1880

There are three floors with 8 rooms. They include the first floor- sewing room, dining room, and kitchen. The second floor has a large banquet room for the soldiers and a parlor. The third floor has a bedroom, sitting room and a chapel. The house measures: 47" tall for the three floors; the base adds 16"; the railing at the top is 4-1/2" and the cupola on top of the roof is removable and that is 20" tall. The house is 50" wide. Price: $10,000


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