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Old 10-15-2020, 06:46 PM
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Here you go. I am not sure if these were from Chris, or ones I found


And thank you both
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Hey, VK. These are great. Would it be possible to get higher rez versions? Thanks, Tom
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That was the best I found. Sorry
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One more, an odd one.

Hi, all. I didn't include this with the others because not only is it not numbered, but it doesn't appear at all in Mehlskov's survey. That, and instead of it being called a "Nationernes Gade," it's "Nationernas Gata." Either way, they both translate to "Street of Nations."

Given the typography and artwork, it seems contemporary with the NG series and my guess would be that it pre-dated it.

The model itself is of a very old (15th or 16th century) Swedish wooden building that has been moved to a park in Sweden with other old buildings that have been preserved. Kind of like Greenfield Village near Dearborn, Michigan. I've attached a couple of pictures, one old, the other contemporary.
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Old 10-16-2020, 06:22 PM
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Thank you, sir
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Hello VK and TG. The spelling is different because this is in Swedish, so not part of the Danish Family Magazine series. But also means "Street of nations" with a note that this is one of the buidings from around the word. Suggests that there was one or more Swedish paper models of landmark structures as well. Kungsstugan means "King's cabin". The building dates from the 1400's, and a Duke who later became king slept there once. (Per Swedish Wikipedia).
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Tom,
Thanks for sharing the six models I didn't have! I am especially happy to now have the Eddystone Lighthouse!

Unfortunately, the copies I have of NG VII. Danish Windmill and NG XXVI. Danish Poet's Birthplace are the same low res versions VK has. Several of the ones I have are low res and I hope to replace them some day with higher res versions.

One step closer to completing the set! The ones I am missing completely (not even a low res scan) are: 5, 8, 10, 14, 16, 19, 22, 23, 24, 28, and 32.
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I think we are at the same place on those. I am missing 5, 6, and 7 on the matchbox series
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On the second page of the 1926-1944 link at
https://www.flickr.com/photos/esbenr/albums
there is a Nationernes Gade called Et Hollandsk Hus with no number, and a Nationernes Gade called XXXI Napoleons Hus paa Sankt Helena. Both are on the 19th row down from the top.
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Thanks SCEtoAUX. I have seen those too. I believe the Et Hollandsk Hus is number XXXIII in the series.
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