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Sarah Gcreated the topic: Triang Dolls House Shop?

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Can anyone help identify my dolls house which was bought second hand for my mother in 1941.  It has always been used as a house but with think it was originally a shop. Please see my photos, which hopefully you can access from the link above!  The house has been painted modified and played with over the last 80 years and does not retain many of it's original features.  I still have the original metal windows (see photo) which I remember were orginally brown.  The lever in the photo controlled a housekeeper(?) which could be moved around, the furniture inside is some of the original furniture too. The house is a treasured family heirloom which has been enjoyed by generations and we are not wanting necessarily to restore it but would be very interested to find out it's origin.  Is it a Triang/another make/a hybrid?  Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you.  Sarah G



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