Dolls' Houses Past & Present

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

No 50 1948-71 (Lines Bros)/1970-71 (Good Wood Toys)/1972 (Barclay Toy Group)

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No 50 1948-71 (Lines Bros)/1970-71 (Good Wood Toys)/1972 (Barclay Toy Group)
This is the interior of the house in the previous picture. Please see its caption for the dating details. The strengthening supports in all the rooms can be seen clearly - these were necessary to prevent warping, because the houses from 1948 until the mid 1950s had to have hardboard walls, owing to the post-war shortage of plywood. Those extending the bays, which can be seen in the house above, were no longer fitted after c1955. (This photo appears courtesy of The Antiques Emporium, who retain the copyright. Used with consent).
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Rosemary
3:37 AM on February 1, 2016 
I hate houses like this because the furniture never stands correctly! The one house that I have with this problem, I solved by building the floors up so they covered the side bars.

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