On a visit to a local car boot sale a few years ago, I spotted a Lundby Dolls house. It was on a garden base complete with fence and covered with a plastic case. Unfortunately the plastic case was broken and a snail had moved in, and moved out leaving his shell behind, eating the wall paper on the walls of the house. He did not touch the furniture or fittings they were all in good condition. Each item had been glued in place so very little was missing.
Below is the section of the page from the 2004 Lundby Catalogue, which shows the house in the middle surrounded with boxes of furniture.
I removed as much of the glue from the furniture as possible, and fitted new plugs to the ceiling and wall lights and pieces of furniture with lights, also a television and a fish tank. I managed to buy a Lundby transformer from Amazon. Lundby use 4 volt, rather than the standard 12 volt. Many of the furniture items have appeared since the 2000 Lundby catalogue as, although not that old [but I suppose over 10 years is quite a good age for an unplayed with toy] it was a great buy for £20, as the furniture and lighting was in such good condition. This is the family who live in my house…
The house has a lovely fitted kitchen with wooden doors. A fitted bathroom complete with shower, vanity unit and bath. There is also dining room and lounge furniture with various comfy chairs and cushions. I love the detail in this furniture.
My 2004 Lundby Furniture Collection……
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