Early 20th Century Christian Hacker Dolls Town House of three storeys, pale blue painted facade and papered roof. The front opens in two sections enclosing four rooms with papered floors and walls and a central staircase, the roof is removable revealing two attic rooms, 79 cm wide, 96 cm high and 42 cm deep
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This 18th-century violin makers shop by W. Foster Tracy, 1979, is a miniature built inside a full-size violin. It was on display at the Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures, Tucson, Arizona. All completed instruments and tools are fully functional in this model.
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"Mini Modern Dollhouse Furniture via The New York Times (image: David Azia for The New York Times) www.nytimes.com/2010/04/08/garden/08mod.html Modern Miniatures group www.flickr.com/groups/modern_miniatures Miniatures blog by Annina http://anninagunter.blogspot.com" Source: http://decor8blog.com/2010/04/08/mini-modern-dollhouse-via-the-new-york-times
Mini Modern Dollhouse via The New York Times
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A 17th century Dutch dollhouse in a tortoiseshell cabinet. This was not for children to play with , but a very expensive hobby of Petronella Oortman. She had everythnig in it custom made by craftsmen and artists , real paintings, real china , it cost her a fortune 20.000-30.000 Guilders wich was as much as a real Amsterdam canalhouse at the time. AMAZING if you take a look at all the little treasures in it.