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    Mom's a nut for Victorian doll houses/miniatures. At least her parlor sports appropriate mandolin (far wall, next to the pump organ). (In the interest of total transparency, the mandolin was a gift from me.)
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    Wow. That is really wonderful.
    Indulge responsibly!

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    That’s impressive!

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    Very cool. How big is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeZito View Post
    Very cool. How big is it?
    The mandolin or the house at large? The mandolin is maybe 1.5 inches or so. The whole doll house is way bigger than I would endeavor to give such a thing.

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    Very cool, Eugene. When my girls were little I used to frequent doll house stores for such things. Brings back memories. I know these miniatures are a whole world in itself.
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    Thatís an impressive miniature parlor. My wife is also into miniatures. Hereís an Irish cottage interior she created (with mandolin content).

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    Groovy, Steve.

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