Posted 1 year ago
As one who lives in a log cabin and collects playsets this is a perfect fit. It is a tin litho cabin that came with various Marx Playsets such as some Fort Apache Stockades and various Ranch playsets. It is about 10" wide which makes it work for any typical playset scale. Playsets tended to mix various scales. The rule is that each piece has to be true to its own scale, no giant heads and so on which would look cartoonish. Marx playset pieces of the late 1950s and early 60s were highly detailed. That is when the technology to make them more realistic came into existence. The art department outdid themselves with this piece with many nice little details. They are just painted on but kids would use their imagination. Plus it just looks good. Plus I have a lot of the same things hanging on my wall.
Plus it has the bracing wire in the back. Not all them have that.