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Toonerville

(USA)

Two interesting station buildings that were offered for sale in different places and different times. Both are described as a tinplate building on wooden base, the base being 8 x 5 inches and overall height 5 inches. There are subtle differences between the two - note that one has boxes marked 'Freight' in one open doorway. The paint (or varnish?) on both has cracked over time, and the wooden bases are worn, indicating these were made some years ago, almost certainly in the US, but when, where and by whom? Unlikely to have any connection with more recent Toonerville producers such as C&M Enterprises, Rich-Art or David O King.


The FIRST Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The FIRST Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The FIRST Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The FIRST Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The FIRST Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The SECOND Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The SECOND Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The SECOND Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

The SECOND Toonerville station building, tinplate on wooden base

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