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Dolls houses go under the hammer
Dolls' house
Telephone bids were received at the gallery
A collection of about 50 dolls houses has been sold at auction in Devon after attracting international interest.

The houses and thousands of pieces of miniature furniture, dolls and accessories were owned by an unnamed woman from Liskeard in Cornwall.

The collection sold for up to 1,700 for an Edwardian house. One buyer even bid 1,250 for a kitchen setting, made by German firm Bing.

The Stannery Gallery in Tavistock hosted the auction.




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Dolls' house sold for 124,750
29 Oct 03 |  Hampshire/Dorset


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