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Triang 64 Doll House from 1932 Sign In or Register to add photos

Hello my name is Anthea. I have not posted on here for about 4 years so Im sure i will have been forgotten about.I have been working hard for 4 years so of course the hobbies take a backseat. However I had a little burnout, time off and re evaluation of things after Xmas and got back into my doll houses again!! They have proved a tonic! I bought this one from the Triang sale at Newbury. This was one I wanted and of course I got it ridiculously cheap. So relieved I didnt get bidded up..I bought 2 others which I will put on here soon. This one I think realistically is just about as good condition as they get, for a dollhouse 86 years old!. I hope the pictures will serve as a resource to people as this is a rare one, only being made for 2 years. So after a 640 mile round trip it is home and now on top of my wardrobe in my bedroom in a place of safety. It was amazing to go to Newbury and see all the doll houses still there. I wish I had bought 10.
Front.
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Back view.
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Tiled roof.
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Far left side.
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Left side again.
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Middle  left.
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Centre panel.
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Centre panel below.
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Centre panel above.
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Middle right.
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Garage.
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Wallpaper.
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Front door.
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Beautiful!!
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