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Tynietoy Accessory, Gerlach Room Heater Lovely Blue Color #199-03

Status: Available Price: $159.00
Description:
This is the first time I have ever encountered this great dollhouse heater in this lovely blue color and accented by silver and deep copper color. The copper color is at 3 small front openings to represent the flames inside the heater. Made by Gerlach in Germany, c. 1920 period; it was also sold by Tynietoy in their catalogs as an accessory. The nicely formed handle can be placed in numerous positions as demonstrated in the photos. Beautifully made with molded designs to represent the look of a real heater. With handle up, it is 3 1/4" high and with the handle down, it is 2 1/2" tall. Excellent condition; I don't see any wear on this piece at all. This piece has good substantial weight and is not light. Also pictured with a 4 7/8" high dollhouse young lady for size comparison (doll sold separately).

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