I found this amazing ad, trying to piece together a recent ebay win I was not expecting to actually win?!! LOL! But still I am pretty glad I did get it. This amazing tiny doll room, made by Eldon Toys back in 1966. Has lovely Mid-Century Modern style furniture pieces!
The actual tiny room above, that I won. Has several pieces missing, not sure just what they are? But when I found the ad, I could see a lovely tulip style chair is missing from the spot with a hole at the front left side of the case. Sadly, that is one of the best pieces in the room-_-; What the tiny room did come with was, a brush, tiny record sleeves, hangers, with one coat, Sandy doll, a matching purse, and the rest you see in the photo is the furniture that is basically bolted to the room, so you won't lose them...
When I first opened the case, there were two blue Marx style lamps, not original to the set. A swing out lamp from the bed shelf. The closet door loose and off track, a hair brush, rattling around, and some small punched out record sleeves scattered. The Sandy doll was in excellent shape. I fell in love with her face first! Probably why I decided to bid on the set in the first place!
I love the little stool in front of the mirror. The credenza, with a TV, and record player. I placed the record sleeves in between what looked like the area for them, a shelf, maybe? that too looked like something may be missing there, not sure?
Back to Sandy, a part bendy style doll, only at her legs. She came wearing her original dress and white slip on flats. Her face is so true to the times of the 60's. I love her hairstyle, and wish her legs were a bit longer, as she kind of looked dwarfed with long arms and short legs. Still at the 1:18 scale she is a cutie. I would love to find out more about this set...researching is a great way to kill time...LOL! - ggsdolls