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My 'Dolly Mixture'

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Horribly over painted with white and black gloss
Posted on November 13, 2012 Full Size|



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chris g
6:13 PM on November 18, 2012 
HI Joan, if you have a look at Dottie Lotties Album for Jazz to see, you will find a brilliant explanation by Rebecca Green. it was a name that was puzzling me too.
Joan Mc
5:37 PM on November 18, 2012 
Hi Chris, the dolls house I found in a charity shop 2 days ago looks similar to this photo, same type of roof, similar windows, porch, etc. I notice you call it Dolly Mixture, is that a make or general name? Joan
Dottie Lottie
4:44 PM on November 16, 2012 
How odd you messaged me as I was looking at yours earlier and noticed that yours had the same toggle and also the bay windows which must be a clue somewhere! I was going to message you too about the horseshoe but as others had I thought I wouldn't. I love these little houses and wish I could find and afford more.
chris g
6:16 PM on November 14, 2012 
I like the horse shoe too so that's staying put. I will put another photo of the roof on when I get some time over the weekend Valerie.
10:03 AM on November 14, 2012 
The paint is horrible but the horseshoe to keep witches out is a nice addition, I think.
9:58 AM on November 14, 2012 
I love any and all of these sweet little two-room-plus-porch houses, whoever they were made by.
7:24 PM on November 13, 2012 
The windows are not Triang but my DH/10 had some Romside windows in when I got it. Apart from the base, it does look very Triang; a good copy of a 60 ? Can we see a close up picture of the roof, please? It is very interesting to spot the differences.

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