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i HAVE THE RUTHERFORD DOLLHOUSE KIT BY ARTPLY I'VE HEARD THAT GREENLEAF PRODUCED ONE JUST L;IKE IT I AM HAVING TROUBLE WITH THE STAIRS CONSTRUCTION CAN ANYONE HELP ME OR GIVE ME ADVICE ON HOW TO CONSTRUCT THEM LOOKS LIKE I AM MISSING A PIECE FROM THE STAIRS ON THE FIRST FLOOR

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As I remember (vaguely) the history of the thing, Artply bought a lot of the kits from Greenleaf when they went back to just tool & die making. Is it possible to figure out the piece you're missing from what you do have, and make it?

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thanks guys but i found the missing link my stairs are complete

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