Most works of literature made for a dolls' house
Queen Mary's Dolls' House
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In 1924, Queen Mary (UK, 1867–1953) was presented with a specially commissioned dolls' house. Princess Marie Louise – her husband's cousin – personally wrote to 171 contemporary authors to ask for contributions to the miniature library. Of the 206 literary works included within were a handwritten book of poetry by Rudyard Kipling, and a specially written story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle titled "How Watson Learned the Trick".
Princess Marie Louise, King George V's cousin, had the idea for a custom-made dolls' house and commissioned architect Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens to create it. The dolls' house was at a scale of 1:12 and included plumbing, electricity, a stocked wine cellar and a library with more than 200 books.

The house had contributions from more than 1,500 artists, manufacturers and craftsmen.