Sunday, August 12, 2012

Doll's House Evolution - Antique Dollhouses

The house that started it all

How do you go from this ....

Christian Hacker Circa 1880

Stockbroker Tudor Doll House

Petite Princess

Moving Day

Mindolton Manor

Kaleidoscope house furniture
Marx Colonial Dollhouse

Good things come in small packages

Antique Dollhouse

I got Gottschalk!

Christmas 1930

Inventory of a dollhouse

Argo Model Home for Dolls circa 1957

The FAO Schwarz Peasant dollhouse!

The Barton Model Home

Lundy - mid 70's perfection

To this in three short years???

And these are just the houses I have blogged about. there are more around here that haven't made it into the spotlight.

I think I have finally figured out why my house is so cluttered. Hmmm.. Could it be time for a purge??

Daphne's house tour

Antique Dollhouse from Pennsylvania

Granny and Granddad find a cozy home

Come inside!

We all want our tiny houses Built-Rite

The Green House

It's wedding day in mini-doll-land.

Two generation Schoenhut Dollhouse

My Little Putz Farm

Mrs. Flagg and Patsy move in

My Tynietoy house is home - here's a sneak peek!


  1. That Christian Hacker house is giving me twinges of jealousy. It's just so fabulous!

  2. Cuanta variedad de modelos de casas de muñecas, son fabulosos todos....gracias.

  3. You've come a long way in just three years, I love the eclecticism of your collection!

  4. What a great collection! You have some fabulous houses. I would like to see inside each one of them! I have been following your Tynietoy saga.. Looking forward to seeing what you do with it! Keep up the good work.

  5. Thanks everyone! have slowed my acquisitions now that I have so many houses and so little room. But once you get a Christian Hacker, a Tynietoy, and a couple of Gottschalks where is there to go. LOL

  6. Troy, if you click on the caption under each picture it should take you to the original post with pictures and stories about the insides of the houses. Thanks for the kind comments.

  7. BTW, Ann Meehan ( just sold a Tynietoy Townhouse. Did you buy it? You can see the pictures on her site under the Doll house category.
    AND, Susan Grimshaw at is selling an extremely rare Tynietoy mansion. It's pricy but it is a gem.

  8. They are wonderful, what a fabulous collection!!