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The Little American Architect


Despite its name, this set is german and builds an imitation log cabin, but not using the familiar cut-outs to allow the logs to overlap. Instead, the set comprises various length thin dowels and a number of flat base pieces with pairs of holes. Two dowels are placed in the holes to form uprights and then other dowels are stacked up between two lots of paired uprights. Roofs are made from dowels laid across the tops of the walls.

category other construction methods
materials wood
date 19th century
made by not known, Germany

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