David the Gnome House
Cardboard Building Boards Construction Kit
Rien Poortvliet David the Gnome
OLD Gnome House Cardboard Building Boards
Up for sale
Vintage building boards / card board / construction kit
David the Gnome House
In original box
Made in the mid 1970s
Made by Rien Poortvliet
Construction Drawings designed by Pit Poortvliet
Construction description is written in dutch but we will translate it
Never been put together
Box and house has some wear from age
See the pictures for the condition of the cardboards
With this set you get 4 gnomes (including 1 baby)
Box measures approx 21(L) x 13(W) x 2.3(H) inch
This is a heavy set
it weights 1460 grams - 3220 lbs
without a shipping box
With a shipping box it will be over 2kg
and there for will be shipped as a
2-5kg parcel by PostNL
**Antique and Vintage items by their very nature may show
normal to extreme wear and/or miscellaneous faults
due to age and use.
As we define the condition that is relative to
the stated age of the piece,
we would expect to see some 'character marks'
consistent with the age
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