Dollhouse identification help!

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So I found this dollhouse at a consignment shop in Goderich, Ontario. There are no labels/identifying marks. Can anyone help me i.d.  it? I believe it is either vintage and in great condition or created in a vintage look. 

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2 hours ago, Teamskills said:

So I found this dollhouse at a consignment shop in Goderich, Ontario. There are no labels/identifying marks. Can anyone help me i.d.  it? I believe it is either vintage and in great condition or created in a vintage look. 


Kind of hard without pictures...  Is this a kit or a built dollhouse?

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After a few more posts you will be allowed to post photographs. This is a wonderful group to ask. Very knowledgeable. Welcome.

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