A bright, sunny kitchen complete with all mod cons.
The comfy sitting room with a TV in the corner and a picture above the fireplace.
A double bed, a cot and a potty!
A typical 1950s bathroom with pink bath and fitted cupboards. This picture shows how the property looks when open for visitors.
My Dolly's Home
This self-build property comprises a cardboard sleeve with five cardboard inserts, two of the inserts are made up of several figures to cut out. These including two children, a dog, a cat, a plant on a side table, a TV (showing Humpty Dumpty sitting on his wall!), a lamp, a stool and a waste bin. There is also a cardboard rug to place in front of the fire, a stand up sofa (one slot torn) and the inside wall of a house, with a fire place with five different size elephants standing on the mantelpiece, an old telephone, pictures and a standard lamp.
A Tower Press product Made in England No. 115, undated but I would guess 1950/60s.
A cosy room.
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A lovely blogging friend from A Little Bit Vintage just suggested I should add the following –
'Early Viewings Are Highly Recommended To Fully Appreciate The Unique Qualities Of These Charming Homes'.
How perfect is that? Thank you Francis!
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