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Hobbies No 2910

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Just discovered, thanks to Rebecca, that this is a Hobbies DIY doll's house that my parents bought me from an auction house in 1967. They did it up a couple of times but I'm now stripping it back and starting again. I shall keep posting pictures of my progress should anyone be interested.
Posted by YorkshireLass on April 27, 2017 Full Size|

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YorkshireLass
3:41 AM on April 29, 2017 
Arrrrrrr, thank you both :)
Maddy
6:12 PM on April 28, 2017 
Agreed!
Brooksey
5:19 PM on April 28, 2017 
"I shall keep posting pictures of my progress should anyone be interested."

Of course we're interested - this is DHP&P! We can't get enough of 'em!
YorkshireLass
4:26 AM on April 28, 2017 
Zoe H says...
Ah, 1967 - a good year! And how appropriate that you are doing this on its 50th anniversary!

Thanks Zoe, never thought of it that way :) Must be a good one for you aswell??
YorkshireLass
4:25 AM on April 28, 2017 
Rebecca Green says...
Sorry if I wasn't clear - it's a Hobbies' dolls house design or kit, with Romside windows. Romside didn't design or make the whole dolls house, only the metal components :-)

Thanks Rebecca, no problem, I appreciate all your help anyway
Rebecca Green
8:39 PM on April 27, 2017 
Sorry if I wasn't clear - it's a Hobbies' dolls house design or kit, with Romside windows. Romside didn't design or make the whole dolls house, only the metal components :-)
Zoe H
12:40 PM on April 27, 2017 
Ah, 1967 - a good year! And how appropriate that you are doing this on its 50th anniversary!

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