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Moritz Gottschalk Red Roof Mansion

Among the most impressive examples that we have ever offered from the Moritz Gottschalk firm, this Dutch-style, red roof mansion dates circa 1923. This lovely house provides everything one should expect in a dollhouse - a beautiful exterior that features exquisite ornamentation, coupled with an easily accessible interior that will lend itself to decorating. The process, and the result, will both be fully satisfying.
Details here include seven rooms on three floors - the attic room is accessible from a hatch on the back side of the roof. Downstairs you will find a spacious entry/stairhall with room for furniture and of course, a staircase (bathroom under the stairs), a parlor, and what can be used for a kitchen, or a dining room. (In your imaginary world, the kitchen could be located in the basement.)
The upstairs reveals another stairhall that is flanked by a large bedroom, and a second room which might make a great nursery. We find that the large attic rooms of these houses make great children's playrooms.
The overall condition here is good - there has been some washing of the original paint finish, plus the railings have been re-painted. The house features replacement Gottschalk-style floor papers and wall papers, so with that in mind, the house is move in ready.
Due to the size of this house, shipping is not included in the price. However, we can ready the house for delivery to a packager and shipper, which will result in savings. Of course, depending where the house is destined to live, a delivery could be a possibility as well.
Please give this lovely house some serious thought - it could provide an enjoyable decorating project for many years to come.

Measures: 32" wide x 17 1/2" deep x 38" tall

Thank you, Y.








Years ago, we sold a wonderful German schoolroom that was populated by little German bisque dolls dressed like bunny rabbits, who sat at rows of desks painting Easter eggs - thus the inclusion of this rabbit candy container in the photos. The rabbit schoolboy is actually not included in this school room diorama/room box, but meant to inspire a fun idea.
Details of this wooden schoolroom includes wall and floor papers in good condition, three rows of wooden desks with built-in benches, a schoolmaster's desk that is complete with a bell and apple among other items, blackboards upon the walls, and framed portraits of important German figures and composers.
Perhaps best of all is the coat rack that retains three miniature woolen coats (fading) still hanging from the pegs.
You could have a lot of fun collecting little dolls to fill these benches!
In very good condition overall, but we will let the photos do some of the talking here.

Measures: 37 1/2" wide x 16" deep x 16" tall

Thank you, R.







Moritz Gottschalk Red Roof Bungalow

A rare opportunity is exemplified by this Moritz Gottschalk Dollhouse, a darling red-roof model circa 1923 that features a rarely found soft green paint scheme. This bungalow remains in entirely original condition, and even better, it is complete with the original furniture.
Featuring a two-story interior, the wall and floor papers are original with normal wear and tear, and the chimney, and porch steps are original. Access to the second floor can be found by lifting the left section of the roof.
As mentioned, the house
retains its original parlor suite of seven pieces, plus the cream painted bedroom furniture as well.
No apologies here, this house is a winner.

Measures: 17" wide x 9 3/4" deep x 17 1/2" tall

Thank you, R.







"The Banning House" - circa 1910

We honestly aren't sure why this house is called "The Banning House" - we are only going by a handwritten card (that accompanies it) describing the house as such. But one thing is sure, this handmade house is American as apple pie - one need look no further than Old Glory flying in the front yard to nail down this point.
The house is composed of early plywood, painted in an autumn palette, and is attached to the platform permanently, which helps make it all very sturdy. A darling green-painted picket fence secures the perimeter, and note that it features a swinging gate both front and back. The gabled roof lifts off to reveal one room that could be furnished if so desired.
More folk art than dollhouse to be sure, the pure charm of this piece is undeniable.

Measures: 33 3/4" wide x 19 1/2" deep x 22" tall

Thank you, D.







Moritz Gottschalk Red Roof Bungalow

Taking a point of view from Goldilocks, we think this house not too small, or not too big, it is just right. This nicely restored two room bungalow from Moritz Gottschalk dates circa 1912. Details include a cheery exterior that is complete with wonderful shutters, a darling porch with railings, and a balcony on the second floor. Open the lower section to reveal one large room that retains the original wall paper and floor paper, as well.
The attic room is accessible by swinging open the balcony. The front porch stairs and
the chimneys are very nice replacements.
All in all, this is a very charming dollhouse that will be a breeze to furnish!

Measures: 17" wide x 15" deep x 25" tall










Moritz Gottschalk Dollhouse, a darling red-roof model circa 1921, that remains in very good condition, and featuring a two-story interior. Wall and floor papers are original and show normal wear and tear. This sweet bungalow is complete with its original wooden front steps, although the striped awning is an addition, albeit a nice one. Chimneys are excellent replacements.
Access to the second floor can be found on the back side of the roof.
Just add appropriately scaled furnishings and dolls and you will have a petite, and quite colorful, treasure!

Measures: 15 1/2" wide x 11" deep x 15 3/4" tall

Thank you, K.








Moritz Gottschalk Red Roof Bungalow

Moritz Gottschalk Dollhouse, a darling red-roof model of three rooms, circa 1914. Featuring some refreshing to paint on the outside, the wall and floor papers are original and show normal wear and tear. This sweet bungalow was given two rooms on the ground floor, while access to the second floor can be found through doors on both sides. The chimney is an excellent replacement.
Just add appropriately scaled furnishings and dolls and you will have a petite treasure.

Measures: 19" wide x 10 1/2" deep x 18 3/4" tall









Nuremberg Kitchen

Featuring requisite details such as a lovely checkerboard floor and a classic hood/chimney, feast your eyes on a fully-stocked, early, two-room Nuremberg Kitchen. Further details include a charming tin stove with brass details and the original handmade kettle, a painted corner cupboard, two work tables laden with a wide assortment of wares, and a rare to find set of graduated tin food covers upon the wall. We will let the photos do the talking here as the piece is an absolute joy to explore.

Measures: 39 1/4" wide x 18 1/2" deep x 18 1/4" tall

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Possibly a creation of the Moritz Gottschalk firm, is a wooden Summer House that will complement any dollhouse garden. Featuring original paint including the red enameled roof, colorful blossoms meander their way around the outside trellis work.
Inside, you will find a four-piece suite of scroll cut furniture covered in sweet printed cotton that features a floral pattern. Add dolls and a dog or two, and you will have created an idyllic scene that harkens back to days gone by.
In very good condition overall.

Measures: 14" wide x 10 1/2" deep x 9 3/4" tall

Thank you,

Since we all know time flies, you will have your doll at home in your arms in no time at all!

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