Ok, that's enough of my (crappy) sales pitch. I'll let the pictures do the talking...
Yep. It's a Fisher-Price Tudor dollshouse circa 1980.
Garage door rolls up and down and door bell rings (Fancy!)
Here's a few interior shots (Inside Out and co, eat your hearts out!)
I think they call this a "chef's kitchen"?
"I'm sorry for being a naughty girl Mummy. I won't do it again. Let me in. Pleeeeese"
you could sit and watch those fames flicker forever...
a touch of Carl Larsson in the master bedroom
I love this 70's-ish wall hanging in the nursery
Cheap as chips out our garage sale, well, waaaaay cheaper than the one's I've just seen on e-bay anyway!
(btw, these clever people are making their own dolls houses: Max, Claire and Carmel if you'd like to have a look...)
We've also got one of these for sale
a 1970's pac-a-pic picnic set, made in England.
(just like those Fisher-Price flames...I could sit and watch this video for hours)
Looks cool, not too sure if it's practical though. It would be the last thing you'd feel like washing when you got home from your picnic! Here's what it looks like inside
four of these all stacked up. A strange 70's take on a Japanese Bento box. Well, kind-of, Bento boxes aren't put together with an "occy strap" like this is
Sticking with orange, what self-respecting g.s. would be complete without one of these?
when I found it in the shed my first thought was these
And before I head back out to the shed to sort through more
junk treasure, we are also selling tonnes of
More tomorrow x