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Tri-ang Dolls Houses Database, Vol. 3, 1946-1971

Bungalow C 1961-67

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Bungalow C 1961-67
This is NOT the interior of the house shown in picture 52, previously, but part of the interior of another Bungalow C. This photo shows the three rooms and the hall from the right wing. (This photo courtesy of KT Miniatures (www.ktminiatures.com), who retains the copyright. Used with consent). The rooms in the left wing of this model, from another house, may be seen in the previous picture. There is no detailed view of the central (living room) section of a Bungalow C on site, but it was very similar to the living room section of Bungalow B, glimpses of which may be seen in the next two pictures.
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Starr
1:22 AM on February 28, 2016 
Rosemary says...
Very wobbly, isn't it? The kit that I built was stronger materials, and I dispensed with the wood corner pieces because they spoil the look of the rooms. Unfortunately that does make the house slightly more fragile to move but looks a whole lot better,


I agree, while they stabilize in order for play, for display purposes, it looks so much nicer without.
Rosemary
4:25 AM on February 9, 2015 
Very wobbly, isn't it? The kit that I built was stronger materials, and I dispensed with the wood corner pieces because they spoil the look of the rooms. Unfortunately that does make the house slightly more fragile to move but looks a whole lot better,

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