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Mini TVs built for dolls houses

A mini television set
Mr Foster said people's jaws drop when they see the sets

A man who makes fully functioning miniature televisions for doll houses says people have reacted with amazement to his creations.

The sets have a 2ins (5cm) screens and operate via a Freeview box.

Brett Foster's creations are much sought by collectors since he first started making them in his garden shed in Shrewsbury.

He said: "It's usually, 'whatever next' from people. Their jaws just drop in amazement."




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The miniature TV can be connect to a freeview box




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