Dolls' Houses Past & Present

A website and ezine about dolls' houses: antique, vintage and modern. Plus furniture and accessories.

Competition for DHPP members

The give-away in this issue is generously offered by diepuppenstubensammlerin.

 

These Bodo Hennig items are appropriate for 1:10  or 1:12 scale settings. The chair is 8 cm high, and the stool is 6 cm high. They are from the 1960s. Most of the accessories date from the 1970s, with the exception of the two glass bowls with blue stripes, which are from the 1990s and have a 2 cm diameter. 

 

 For a chance to win, answer the following questions:

 

1.What were the years of production of Tuna Kullan?

2. Which country did Miss Maze's house travel to?

3. What was Bodo Hennig's father's name?

4.  Who invented the method of making dolls house furniture used by the Ladies' Guild?

5.  Which company made the miniature paper pianos at the NY Gift Fair?

6.  When did Bodo Hennig introduce their first bathroom set?

 

This competition is only open to registered members of this website, Dolls Houses Past and Present.

 For your chance to win this prize, please send your answers via the website "Contact Us " Section or by email to:

greenreb41 at hotmail dot com

(remove spaces and replace at with @ and dot with .)  

 

All correct entries will be entered into the draw and a winner will be picked at random.

 

Entries must be received by the closing date of  Monday 28th March 2011.

Good luck!

Just for Fun - A Puzzle from 1932

Hidden Toys! The little girl in the picture is playing with her dolls' house. Some of the toys she can't find, but they are all in the picture. Can you find them for her? They are the cook, a baby doll, a teddy bear, a funny policeman, and a mouse. If you colour the puzzle when you have found them, it will make a very pretty sketch.

From The Brisbane Courier, 23 June 1932.

Submission Guidelines

We're always happy to receive submissions for our quarterly ezine (currently published around the end of February, May, August and November each year)

 

Ideally, your submission will be in Word format, emailed to us as an attachment. If you do not have access to Word we're also happy to receive your article in the body of your email.

 

If your submission includes photos the placement of the photos should be indicated within the submission like this:

This is an article about dolls houses or miniatures and here is a lovely photo to illustrate my point:

<Photo 1: Name of your photo>

Caption, if you're using one.

And then the article continues like this...

Photos should be no bigger than 500kb, if possible (most photo editing software has an option to compress photos), and sent as attachments, not embedded in your submission. Please ensure the names of your photos match the names you have provided in the body of your submission.

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