Dollhouses being offered:
The Lundby house has sold!!! Furniture is still available. If you see anything you like in the pictures, please contact us.
Our club has periodically acquired dollhouses for repairs or renovations, or just looking for a new home. Usually we sell these on eBay or at our annual show, but we would like to be able to offer them first to our regular customers, to save everyone the trouble and expense of shipping them.
So, we would like to highlight two recent acquisitions that are in excellent condition - the rustic cabin shown here, and a new-in-the-box Lundby of Sweden house from the 70s. Please take a look and tell us if you would like to buy one of these or know of someone who might. The Lundby of Sweden Gothenburg house (~1975) is completely furnished and electrified. It is 1/16 scale, with great detailing. It is easily worth $500 based on similar ones on the market. We are now offering the base house alone, and will be selling the furniture sets separately. If you have an interest in either, please send us a message quickly, as the items will be up on eBay too. The rustic cabin is very well made, with special features including a movable fireplace spit, real hinges, and rough-sawn beams. Similar cabins sell for about $200, but we will sell it for $100 with local delivery. It could be a great vacation/hunting/fishing getaway or can be a museum piece furnished as an early American building. You can contact us at email@example.com.
Here is another very special house being offered by a miniaturist who has asked us for help. The dollhouse belonged to the owner of Cir-kit dollhouse lighting. He actually used this house in a video on dollhouse lighting that is included with the sale as well as the sign that’s in the photo. I am asking $4500, but would be willing to negotiate. The dollhouse is located in Chicago and I live in Texas. It was recently displayed in the Beverly Branch Library in Chicago for the last 8 years but they are undergoing renovations. Contact Carol Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of anyone who might be interested in this.