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The Cat Beer House

Originally a 15th century 2 up 2 down cottage; a two storey extension was added in the 16th century. In the 18th century (1714 to be precise) it was extended again into a 6 bedroom property with new frontage.

Located in Hampshire it became a beer house licensed to sell only ales and stout between 1875 and 1908. This is the period depicted by the model. Its decoration reflects the eras of change with three styles of brickwork; Flemish, stretcher and English bonds.

The frontage brewery banner is a separate component. Modern periods and any location can be represented by leaving it off.

Optional internal walls & floors (supplied) facilitate the fitting of lighting (not supplied) to individual rooms.

Please note that internal decoration is not provided.

Footprint: 235 mm long x 160 mm deep ('L' shaped).

Build skill level: ADVANCED (See Welcome Page for definition).

Expert build time: 13 hrs.

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The Cat Beer House

Delivered as multiple .pdf data files.

When your payment has cleared at PayPal you will be shown the assembly instructions to download. The kit .pdf file will be delivered separately to your PayPal registered email address within 24 hours of cleared payment.

Weight: kg

The Cat Beer House Materials Kit

Contents:

  • 4 x 750 micron (0.75 mm) A4 Grey Board
  • 6 x A4 Sticky Backed Paper for Ink Jet or Laser Printers
  • 1 x 198 mm x 210 mm x 250 micron (0.25 mm) Transparent Sheet
  • 235 mm x 1 mm diameter wire.

You still need to print the model kit yourself and source adhesives.

This model requires 1 x A4 white, non-sticky print paper that you probably already have to hand (not included).

The Cat Beer House Built To Order

Hand built to order.

  • Paper and card construction
  • Printed using Epson Durabrite┬« Ultra Ink for colour fade resistance, smudge and water resistance. See full specification here
  • Shipping ONLY to UK Customers
  • Price includes postage - Second class signed for
  • Allow 14 days for delivery
  • Not suitable for children under 14 years of age.

The Prototype

on which this model is based. The Cat, Hampshire.