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Miniature German Village in Original Net Bag c. 1950

Status: Available Price: $35.00
What an interesting find. This tiny German all wood village is still in it's original net bag and has never been opened. There is a foil seal and the original paper tag which shows the pieces inside and how they can be assembled. The buildings consist of little blocks and triangles (with windows and doors painted on) which can be put together and there is a car with wheels and two trees. All are enameled in lovely colors. The large paper tag shows the complete set on one side and the other side is marked "Made in Western Germany." Made c. 1950. I can measure the car, which is 1 3/8" long, and the larger tree, which is 1 1/4" high. Nice workmanship and unplayed with condition. Works very nicely under a feather Christmas tree as a present. Also it is a good size for toys for antique or collectible dolls. From the former collection of Flora Gill Jacobs, the owner of the now closed Washington Dollhouse Museum.

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