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January 23, 2016

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Susan D

Wonderful finds. I'm so jealous, even though I am sticking mostly to quarter inch scale now.

Elizabethan House? Do tell...

Sandie in Sydney

Great buys. You will find that in general the overwhelming majority of things for sale at fairs seems to be the Victorian era, and you might have to depend on specialist makers for an Elizabethan house if you want to set it in the period as opposed to an Elizabethan house inhabited at a later time. Do keep an inventory of your buys, and your makes too - it is surprising how quickly the value of our miniatures adds up!

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