3 May 2006,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 600
GBP 200 - GBP 300
A quantity of tinplate and metal dolls' house furniture
including a bed with original hangings, clocks, washstand, step ladder, soft metal lined sewing basket, a cash register, two-seater fair ground boat and a Kodak portrait attachment lens in original tin; an unusual German lithographed tinplate-faced doll with cloth body, circa 1900 --9¾in. (25cm.) high; other dolls' house chattels including a card long case clock, pudding dolls, glass and food, mainly 20th century
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