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Here's a photo of the larger and smaller houses together to show the scale. My guess is that these two were made by the same company since the construction and papers are similar. One reference book states these may have been made by Wagner & Sohn.
Posted by Rick on March 10, 2016 Full Size| Slideshow

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Rick
1:16 PM on March 12, 2016 
I only found one here in Ohio, I think the others were online purchases. Keep looking, I'm sure there are more out there!

I must not be looking hard enough, lol.
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Holly
11:53 AM on March 12, 2016 
Julie Hardy says...
Rick is in Cincinnati, OH, Holly! I don't know where he actually bought his tiny houses, though...

I must not be looking hard enough, lol.
Brooksey
9:10 PM on March 11, 2016 
Holly says...
These are adorable! I really wish I could find the small ones, over here, in the States. How perfectly quaint, they are!


Rick is in Cincinnati, OH, Holly! I don't know where he actually bought his tiny houses, though...
Comfort
9:52 AM on March 11, 2016 
really cute! glad you both have these little beauties!
Edel
3:54 AM on March 11, 2016 
My first mystery house - Het Geheime Huis, which may be similar to these under its layer of old brown varnish - came from a seller in the Netherlands. The second one, which is so similar to the house on the left here, came from northern France. I still can't believe that I found two of them, and that they were (relatively) cheap.
wendy c
2:52 AM on March 11, 2016 
They are beautiful - don't worry Holly - I've never come across one in UK either...
Holly
8:18 PM on March 10, 2016 
These are adorable! I really wish I could find the small ones, over here, in the States. How perfectly quaint, they are!

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