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Is this a Lines Bros. Ltd no 61? Have looked in Marion Osbornes book and this seems the closest match.
Posted on October 28, 2009 Full Size|

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Marion Martin
7:43 AM on December 2, 2009 
Hi Ali
Yes, I am sure you are both right and it is a no 62. I find it so interesting that the roofs on the houses are different, I wonder why they changed the style..
Ali
3:18 PM on November 21, 2009 
Hello Marion,

I have a No.62 which is very similar to yours with the fixed middle section and circular metal triang disc which was dated to around 1935 but your roof has the "thatched" look while the one I have has individual card tiles in a dark brown, I think yours maybe an older No.62?
Marion Martin
4:24 PM on October 31, 2009 
Béatrice DASSONVILLE says...
what a lovely dollshouse!!! a dream ...
I have a question: how did they give the numbers?
I also have Marion's book, and I see another 61 , it's less large. Couldn't yours be the Nr 62, which is not illustrated in Marion's book?

Hi Beatrice
Yes it is a lovely little house. I don't know how the houses were numbered and I have no idea if there is a no 62 but thank you for taking an interest.
Béatrice DASSONVILLE
3:31 AM on October 29, 2009 
what a lovely dollshouse!!! a dream ...
I have a question: how did they give the numbers?
I also have Marion's book, and I see another 61 , it's less large. Couldn't yours be the Nr 62, which is not illustrated in Marion's book?

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