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TRIANG 50, My Perfect Little Art Deco House

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No Triang label on the back. Why? No evidence of there ever having being one there. No pin holes. No circular shadow. Havent tested the electrics. Not bothered. Im really not going to touch this house.
Posted by Anthea Simpson on December 11, 2012 Full Size| Slideshow

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4 Comments

Rosemary
8:49 AM on December 13, 2012 
What is so surprising with little gem of a house, is that the exterior paint has not yellowed over time, as they usually do. I wonder if it has been stored - wrapped up, or in a box, away from light.
Anthea Simpson
11:45 AM on December 12, 2012 
Thankyou for both answers. Very interesting.
Rosemary
8:52 AM on December 12, 2012 
I don't think they ever had labels. Maybe Triang thought that might destroy those cool, stark designs.
Wendy Stephen
2:29 PM on December 11, 2012 
I have seen a fair few original Tri-ang art deco houses and as I recall none of them had the Tri-ang label. I have spoken to other collectors and most say they're models don't have them either and show no evidence of there ever having been one. Probably people have thought they were missing so have bought old ones and attached so whether any actually had the label on originally is questionable???

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