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Valerie's G & J Lines No 12 (first thought to be Silber and Fleming)

Six Rooms on Three Floors

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Six Rooms on Three Floors
The lady I bought it from said it had been completely overpainted and she had stripped most of it off. She was only selling because she was moving and was keeping a massive 6 foot x 6 foot square house and three others.
Posted by lallyp on January 16, 2013 Full Size|

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5 Comments

lallyp
2:06 PM on February 19, 2014 
Rebecca Green says...
Hi Valerie, Marion O has identified this house as a G & J Lines No 12, from 1898-1902! not a Silber & Fleming type after all. She would love photos to use in her book. I hope it's OK if I move it to the G & J Lines category?

Of course it is ok, Rebecca! And Marion is welcome to use what pics she wants too!
Rebecca Green
10:18 AM on February 19, 2014 
Hi Valerie, Marion O has identified this house as a G & J Lines No 12, from 1898-1902! not a Silber & Fleming type after all. She would love photos to use in her book. I hope it's OK if I move it to the G & J Lines category?
Barbara
3:42 AM on January 17, 2013 
Fab house.
lallyp
6:42 PM on January 16, 2013 
Joan says...
This house is wonderful Valerie and will be even more wondeful when you have added lovely pieces and curtains etc!!! Lucky you!

Thank you, Joan! I am looking forward to it but I won't rush it. I have been collecting bits of furniture for it for a while.
Joan
12:40 PM on January 16, 2013 
This house is wonderful Valerie and will be even more wondeful when you have added lovely pieces and curtains etc!!! Lucky you!

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