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The Playsteel Colonial two-story dollhouse is one of the more attractive tin dollhouses produced in the 1940s – 1960s. It was manufactured in 1948 by the National Can Corp. (Playsteel) from New York.
The lithograph exterior has a red and black shingled roof with white brick chimney, light gray fieldstone on the lower level and shingle siding on the second story. An abundance of mullioned windows – 17 in all – surround the front and sides.
The back is open and there are 5 brightly colored rooms – two on the first floor and three above. The living room has built-in bookcases, paneled walls, and wood floors with a tan area rug and gold striped drapery. The kitchen has yellow walls and red and yellow linoleum flooring with a black border.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has yellow walls, blue and yellow floral curtains with blue valances, and a red floor with blue area rug. The children's bedroom has a nursery rhyme mural on one wall and pale yellow walls with blue accents and border on the other two walls. A tan wood floor is covered with a blue area rug with round pink center medallion.
The bathroom has a mural of a swan on a lake framed by pale pink curtains. The upper walls are blue and pale pink with a white subway tile on the lower walls. A dark blue linoleum floor mimicking a lake, even comes with fish and bubbles!
Made in 3/4" scale, the doll house measures 22-1/2" tall x 22" wide x 12-1/2" deep. It is in very good condition with some wear on the living room floor and on the front edges.
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Tin Lithograph Playsteel Colonial Two-Story Dollhouse with 5 Rooms 1948 3/4" Scale
$78 SALE PENDING
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