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49 minutes ago, Samusa said:

I love everything about this house except it's price tag.. Don't know about circa 1909 though... looks more early 50's to me... perhaps it's been redecorated?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Massive-Antique-American-Mansion-Doll-House-w-Furnishings-Signed-c1909-/372005369102?hash=item569d3f750e:g:KMkAAOSwbiFZWAyL

Omg I love it too. Why did they put the bedroom furniture into the livingroom? The seller is obviously not the owner...the owner must have passed away because I wouldn't part with that house...I love it, too. It is too huge for my real life house, but I love the wood floors in it, the attic (with hopscotch chalked into floor) the halls and rooms and the portico. It is fantastic. If it were in my town, I'd probably make an offer. My offer would reflect the warped floor boards. It is wonderfully finished I think.

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15 minutes ago, Sable said:
48 minutes ago, Samusa said:

I love everything about this house except it's price tag.. Don't know about circa 1909 though... looks more early 50's to me... perhaps it's been redecorated?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Massive-Antique-American-Mansion-Doll-House-w-Furnishings-Signed-c1909-/372005369102?hash=item569d3f750e:g:KMkAAOSwbiFZWAyL

The siding and roof tiles are not 1909.  

It looks to me like it is actually signed 1969 with a very faded 6. Definitely not 1909. But 1969 yes.

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6 hours ago, Elsbeth said:

It looks to me like it is actually signed 1969 with a very faded 6. Definitely not 1909. But 1969 yes.

Or maybe the house was originally built in 1969 and then updated along the way. That's a Lawbre staircase and Timberbrook closets and I'm not sure if they were in business in 1969 either.

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9 hours ago, Samusa said:

I love everything about this house except it's price tag.. Don't know about circa 1909 though... looks more early 50's to me... perhaps it's been redecorated?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Massive-Antique-American-Mansion-Doll-House-w-Furnishings-Signed-c1909-/372005369102?hash=item569d3f750e:g:KMkAAOSwbiFZWAyL

Pick up for the house is Los Angeles, CA! Maybe it belonged to someone famous or a celebrity had it made for their child. Maybe it was on a movie set.  And somehow along its journey, those facts were lost.  We need to get a Dollhouse Private Eye on the case!  

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3 hours ago, rodentraiser said:

Or maybe the house was originally built in 1969 and then updated along the way. That's a Lawbre staircase and Timberbrook closets and I'm not sure if they were in business in 1969 either.

Maybe even 1989. That louvered closet door...

The seller can't reallyvthink that is a 1909 house...but i love it.

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40 minutes ago, Elsbeth said:

Maybe even 1989. That louvered closet door...

The seller can't reallyvthink that is a 1909 house...but i love it.

I believe that the original shell could be 1909 but that it has been remodeled over the years. It is a grand house.

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12 hours ago, Samusa said:

I love everything about this house except it's price tag.. Don't know about circa 1909 though... looks more early 50's to me... perhaps it's been redecorated?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Massive-Antique-American-Mansion-Doll-House-w-Furnishings-Signed-c1909-/372005369102?hash=item569d3f750e:g:KMkAAOSwbiFZWAyL

I snapped a photo of the staircase. Perfect to use as a reference as I tackle the renovation of the Beacon Hill staircase. :) 

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5 hours ago, Sable said:

I believe that the original shell could be 1909 but that it has been remodeled over the years. It is a grand house.

I was thinking this too Sable... I thought the actual wooden structure (it's thick) could be 1909.. but after that... it's been through many renovations. :)

Imagine how heavy it is! :eek:

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On 7/4/2017, 11:32:04, madtex1967 said:

GREAT BUY and cheap shipping!  Skillcraft Victorian kit.  I have this in my stash, but thinking of buying it, unless someone here gets it!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/SKILLCRAFT-Vintage-Victorian-Doll-House-Sturdy-wood-construction-creative-family/311908653675?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

The lowered the price, in case anyone wants to make a move...

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57 minutes ago, Elsbeth said:

99 cents for a  Victorian on ebay (with $99 in shipping, of course) - still a good price if it calls to you:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HANDMADE-3-STORY-VICTORIAN-DOLLHOUSE-UNFINISHED-DIY-PROJECT-SUPPLIES-INCLUDED/272750435454

It is so tempting. And tons of stuff with it!!!

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I like this house.....is it an older version of RGT?

Okay, this is not a RGT, any ID out there?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/North-Park-Mansion-Assembled-Large-Victorian-Dollhouse-1-12-Scale-w-11-Rooms/122590835377

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7 hours ago, Mid-life madness said:

I like this house.....is it an older version of RGT?

Okay, this is not a RGT, any ID out there?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/North-Park-Mansion-Assembled-Large-Victorian-Dollhouse-1-12-Scale-w-11-Rooms/122590835377

My first guess would be Dura-Craft.

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I'm with Holly, I'd say that's a Duracraft Farmhouse -- even has some of the railings still. Did have to laugh that they had the description on that auction as straight copy and paste from the RGT's site. Looking at that picture -- no way is that 3/8" plywood! lol

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47 minutes ago, Elsbeth said:
48 minutes ago, Elsbeth said:

Artply Franklin with addition. And rehabbed.

 

Artply Franklin with addition. And rehabbed.

 

 

You are correct, I thought the curved staircase looked familar.

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Remember the odd lot of random bits of trim and siding leftover from an Arthur that someone posted on ebay last month? Well, I messaged and told the guy what he has, but it didn't sell and he's relisted it with the exact same description of "not sure if it's the whole house or not" malarky. At least it's $8.99 now instead of $9.49 (plus $8.15 shipping). :deadpan voice: Woo. Big savings on such an amazing lot.

Now this. This is what I came to post about. There's a Kickstarter for a small 3D printer that looks like a very nice deal. The husband and I are thinking of backing it so we can get one at the cheaper price. He's not ready to pull the trigger quite yet though. My trigger finger, on the other hand... ;)

And now for the craigslist enabling:

Alexandria in Wichita, KS for $125: https://wichita.craigslist.org/bab/6177301525.html (Good thing I found one for $40 a while ago or I'd be frothing at the mouth for this one)

Plantation dollhouse in Tulsa, OK for $100: https://tulsa.craigslist.org/bab/6196817503.html

One of those plasticy front-opening houses (Sharon has a very nice one) in the Tulsa area for $40: https://tulsa.craigslist.org/tag/6210082066.html

A new Ikea dollhouse in the box in Tulsa, OK for $25: https://tulsa.craigslist.org/tag/6211368757.html (I was thinking, "Gee, that looks just like a Lundby! ... Hey genius, it says Lundby right on the box." I are brilliant. :D )

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6 hours ago, LadyGunn said:

Remember the odd lot of random bits of trim and siding leftover from an Arthur that someone posted on ebay last month? Well, I messaged and told the guy what he has, but it didn't sell and he's relisted it with the exact same description of "not sure if it's the whole house or not" malarky. At least it's $8.99 now instead of $9.49 (plus $8.15 shipping). :deadpan voice: Woo. Big savings on such an amazing lot.

Now this. This is what I came to post about. There's a Kickstarter for a small 3D printer that looks like a very nice deal. The husband and I are thinking of backing it so we can get one at the cheaper price. He's not ready to pull the trigger quite yet though. My trigger finger, on the other hand... ;)

And now for the craigslist enabling:

Alexandria in Wichita, KS for $125: https://wichita.craigslist.org/bab/6177301525.html (Good thing I found one for $40 a while ago or I'd be frothing at the mouth for this one)

Plantation dollhouse in Tulsa, OK for $100: https://tulsa.craigslist.org/bab/6196817503.html

One of those plasticy front-opening houses (Sharon has a very nice one) in the Tulsa area for $40: https://tulsa.craigslist.org/tag/6210082066.html

A new Ikea dollhouse in the box in Tulsa, OK for $25: https://tulsa.craigslist.org/tag/6211368757.html (I was thinking, "Gee, that looks just like a Lundby! ... Hey genius, it says Lundby right on the box." I are brilliant. :D )

The lundby house is a steal at that price. 

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Interesting scratch build - not the prettiest on the outside, but the inside has an interesting floor plan:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Handmade-Wooden-Victorian-Cottage-Style-Doll-House-in-1-12-Scale-/252685966388

I love a good hallway wth stairs (separated out from the living/dining rooms. Nice. I wish the floors were planked.

 

 

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