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Gottschalk Red Roof Stable with Living Quarters & Loft Early 1900s 3/4" Scale
Attractive Gottschalk red roof stable has two stalls and a feeding trough on one side and on the other a place for tackle etc. Single windows on each side have pressed card mullions. In between are living quarters consisting of a single room with a hinged door and two windows. The green door has black pin striping and the windows also have pressed card mullions. The entire lower wall is hinged and opens to a rectangular room that is painted white with brown parquet paper flooring.
Above the living quarters is a roomy hay loft with hinged door on the front and a hinged opening on the back. The stable is painted cream with light brown trim. It is mounted to a green wooden base.
Made in 3/4" scale, it measures 9 1/2" t x 16 5/8" w x 11 1/2" d. The living quarters measure 4 3/4" t x 6 1/8" w x 5 1/8" d. The attic is 3 5/8" tall at the peak x 14 1/2" w x 5 1/8" d. It is in very good overall condition. It is missing fence sections on the front and a small portion of flooring paper.
Newer black flocked horse is included.
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Barbara and Dave Sundberg
South Colby, WA
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