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Colleen Moore’s Doll House. The Story of the most exquisite toy in the world.

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Author: [Doll House] Moore, Colleen

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Reference #: 2099

Status: For Sale

List Price: $25.00

Stapled magazine format in wrappers; N.D. (but © 1935]; Garden City Publishing, New York; [32 pp.] A Very Good copy overall, with rubbing of the off-white back cover and a previous owner name in fine pen verso the front cover. Illustrations throughout.

A passion since young childhood, Collen Moore created this castle over the course of many years, and filled its rooms with detailed miniatures, from chess sets to vaulted ceilings. Measuring 9’ x 9’ x 14’, the size of each room can be best revealed in the accompanying illustration of herself seated in front of the ‘great hall’. Upon completion it was valued at a half a million dollars, and was exhibited widely with the admission price being donated “for the relief of crippled children everywhere.”

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