Whitney Reed – doll accessories

A lithographed paper-on-wood dollhouse by Whitney Reed, having a shingle and brick facade, with simulated gutters on each side

p4A ItemID B196115
A lithographed two-story dollhouse with side bay windows, a wrap-around porch, widow's walk, balcony, a mansard roof with three dormers and original interior wallpaper, along with four German painted bisque dollhouse dolls

p4A ItemID D9800800
A lithographed paper-on-wood dollhouse by Whitney Reed, having a shingle and brick facade, with simulated gutters on each side

p4A ItemID D9764087
A small "Gutter House" with lithographed paper exterior, two rooms, facade with hinged door, and first floor glazed windows with original lace curtains, possibly by Whitney Reed

p4A ItemID D9698091

Whitney Reed

According to information on antiquetoys.com, Whitney S. Reed founded the W.S. Reed Toy Company in Leominster, Massachusetts, in 1875, for the purpose of making lithographed paper-on-wood toys and construction sets. They also had a patent on one mechanical bank, “The old Lady in the Shoe”, and were in business until 1897.


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