We are pleased to be able to offer for your consideration a beautiful German stable with very fine architectural elements. This stable from the late 19th century measures 33" long X 12" deep X 22" high. It has a penciled number on the bottom of 1037 which indicates that it most likely was manufactured by one of the large German makers such as Gottschalk or Christian Hacker. There is also the remnants of a red label which says "Toys" in the center. There is a red roof in typical German style with an attic area which has two front glazed windows. The left window has a crack in the glass unfortunately. The attic area is accessed by a door in the front and two openings in the back. The body of the stable is painted in a cream color with accents of green and aqua which is very appealing. Of particular note is the fact that this stable has been electrified with three contemporary lights in each area, which is operational. There are four stalls in the center for horses, each with its own hay rack. On each side of the stalls is an area for a carriage or wagon with arched openings on each side. For the horse lover or miniaturist this is a very fine addition to a collection. With the inclusion of horses, tack, and possibly some horse friendly animals this stable most certainly comes to life.
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