This a SUPER RARE Franklin Mint Doll House called Memories of Christmas by Norman Rockwell and his art in The Saturday Evening Post. Released in limited numbers the was the last and very best doll house made by the Franklin Mint before bankruptcy. This doll house became a museum piece and would eventually become very very rare and hard to find. The number is #0668, Thats is on the brass ID plaque on the side of the house. The house has been well maintained and has had one owner.There has been pieces added like the rubber ducky and tea cart but the original pieces are there. The only flaw unfortunately it the one railing on the front porch is damage as you can see in the picture. It can be repaired and rested with little crafting and some balsa wood, please see pictures. Does not effect display since you display the other side anyway, but a stip of balsa wood and a marble and no one will know. This is a very very heavy piece made out of solid plaster, it is truly a work of art, it is the most beautiful doll house I have seen and the Franklin Mint was exceptional in its details and perfection. This house is a true find and is worth every penny but if you like a specific picture I will be happy to oblige. Feel free to ask questions because it is a very rare piece. You will defiantly NOT be disappointed. More or specific pictures at serious buyers request.
This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Bars & Rounds". The seller is "peekiedelicious" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.