The Queen's Dolls' House - The Queen's Bedroom

Price: $15.95
  

Stock #: 633109
Type: Postcard
Artist: Oilette
Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sons
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

Additional Details:
The Queen's Dolls' House Series III, 4502
The hangings of this right royal apartment in the Queen's Dolls' House are of silk damask, the carpet is woven, and the ceiling is delightfully painted by Glyn Philpot, R. A. The lofty looking room is 20 inches high. Above the jade and white marble mantelpiece is a portrait of the Duchess of Teck, Her Majesty's mother, by Frank O. Salisbury, and on the wall is a painting of Mary Queen of Scots by Gerald Kelly, A. R. A. Over the door to the Bathroom is a barometer, and on the mantelpiece is a clock which shows the correct time.

Front:
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Back:
TUCK'S POST CARD 6 MON 2 Raphau Hersel TRADE MARK THE QUEEN'S DOLLS' HOUSE. Series III. Raphael Tuck & Sons' "OILETTE” Postcard No. 4502 ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN. Copyright London. Printed in England. CARTE POSTALE By Appointment. THE QUEEN'S BEDROOM. The hangings of (FOR ADDRESS ONLY.) this right royal apartment in the Queen's Dolls' House are of silk damask, the carpet is woven, and the ceiling is delightfully painted by Glyn Philpot, R.A. The lofty looking room is 20 inches high. Above the jade and white marble mantelpiece is a portrait of the Duchess of Teck, Her Majesty's mother, by Frank O. Salisbury, and on the wall is a painting of Mary Queen of Scots by Gerald Kelly, A.R.A. Over the door to the Bathroom is a barometer, and on the mantelpiece is a clock which shows the correct time.

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