According to the book "American Dollhouses and Furniture From the 20th Century" by Dian Zillner, this Mother Goose house is American made. It is a bit smaller version than the one pictured. This Mother Goose house is 7" wide x 5-3/4" tall x 4-5/8" deep. This house is made from very solid cardboard. It has cut out windows. The side of the roof without the chimneys lifts up so the figures can be stored inside the house. The figures are made from the same with wooden bases so they can stand. There are 9 different nursery rhyme figures. Jack & Jill are 2-5/8" wide x 2-5/8" t x 5/8" deep at the base. Jack be Nimble is almost 3" tall x 2-1/8" wide x 5/8" deep at the base. There is also a Humpty Dumpty, Old Mother Hubbard and more. None of these pieces have any marks.
This Mother Goose playset has been played with. There are scuffs to the edges of the house. There is a spot by Mother Goose on the front of the house. The figures are nice.