Take a peek into the tiny world of miniatures. The pieces may be small, but the prices can be big. Although many of these pieces are for the serious collector, it's always fun to see what's sold and how much it went for.
A hand-painted tin gazebo made by Marklin, sold in April 2008.
A replica of an 18th century house in Philadelphia, this dollhouse was on display at the famed Delaware Toy & Miniature Museum for 10 years.
Designed by Jean Austin du Pont, this exquisite scale model was sold by her estate and then bought back by her granddaughter!
Antique nursery rhyme set in box, Phillip Segal Toys' Old Woman in the Shoe sold by Christie's Auction House, December 2005.
At the time of these images the doll house did not sell. But I think it's fun to see just what a doll house valued at a million dollars looks like.
An excellent set of Britains miniatures still in the box was sold by Christie's in December 2005.
An excellent set of Salvation Army figures from Britains, sold for well over the pre-estimate price.