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Sunday, January 31, 2010

My Hall's Collection

Halls Lifetime Toys

Hall's Lifetime Toys, Chattanooga Tennessee
1 inch scale dollhouse furniture

I stumbled on to a few pieces of Hall's after going into a local antique/vintage store.  I asked if they had any dollhouse furniture and the clerk said he did have shoebox full somewhere.  He went into the back room and returned with the box.  I had remembered seeing some of it in some of Dian Zillner's books.  It is sturdy all wood construction and painted.  None of the doors or drawers are operable.

I have not actively been looking for anymore, but it is kind of fun to own something from "my generation"  I have noticed a piece or two come up for auction on Ebay.


The kitchen set has some very '70's contact paper added to it.  I do not know if this is original or not.


 A few of the pieces have these metalic stickers on the back.


The bedroom set is light blue and in very good shape.  The bed has a mattress and a small floral print bedspread.  The rocker seams kind of "clunky" to me.

See the rest of my Hall's collection here:


  1. I've asked and asked at antique and thrift shops about dollhouses and furniture. No luck yet. I like the "clunky" rocker! :D

  2. I just bought a dollhouse from Craigslist. I'm wondering if it might be the Plantation House by Hall's Lifetime Toys? I can't seem to find any information about it or photos. Do you have any ideas?

  3. I have a Hall's Lifetime Toys Dollhouse----The Hermitage. Bought new in 1979. Would like to sell it now but shipping it is out of the question.

    1. Do you have a photo of your doll house?