Apartment House 1907(1958) Add-A-Floor 1503(1958) Apartment House 0500 (King Distribution 1984)
Bungalow 1629(1962) 1810(1967)
Note - Lamps have a round pin, not square like the Split Level.
Front walls always have holes for lamps. Littletown version has no holes.
Green roof may be leftover inventory from the Littletown buy out by Bachmann Bros.
Early production green trim in 1629 kits is a shade lighter then the later production.
Cape Cods HP8(1949) HP9(1951) 1400(1956) 1502(1957) 1630(1963) House and Yard Accessories HY6(1952)
Note - Color stamped on box is roof color.
First Cape Cods only made in RED, DARK BLUE, GREEN, and MARBLED BROWN.
HP8 and early production HP9 have long, square shank chimneys.
Marbled brown roof kit and dark blue roof kit only came in HP8 and HP9 boxes.
Light blue roof and trim and Pastel blue roof and trim first came in HP9 boxes.
Marbled brown roof ONLY USED on Cape Cod with marbled brown trim. The marbled brown roof was also used on CC7 and CC8 Churches. All other brown roof and/or trim Cape Cods ARE NOT MARBLED
HP8 1st style, large flat box with insert, is the size of an LP record album.
HP 8 3rd style box, and early production 4th style box have advertising graphics on the bottom, later HP8 production has Bachmann Bros. info only.
1st Cape Cods had 'BB' on the roof underside, NOT 'L' or 'R'. I have only seen the red roofs marked this way, as of now. Also, they have 4 equal length locator pins.
1502 1st style box is a 1 piece box, 1502 2nd style box is 2 piece.
Roof on gray roof with red trim Cape Cod is a darker gray then the CC8 Church roof.
Locator pins on underside of roof in 1630 kits is half of the diameter of other kit numbers.
Colonial Mansion 1703(1957) 1850(1971) 1983(1980)
Note - color stamp on box front wall indicates roof and door color.
Plasticville front and rear doors have 3 small windows, Littletown version front door has 3 small windows, rear door is half window.
Underside of Plasticville roof has no markings, Littletowns roof is marked 'unlimited plastics'.
1850 only came with a dark green roof and doors, 1703 green roof is lighter.
1983 kit is always satin red roof and doors and includes landscaping materials.
Galoob Doll House was made front the Plasticville Mansion mold.
Note - Has been found with HO Fire Department siren included as the smokestack.
Roof smokestack sometimes matches roof, sometime matches walls.
Awning always matches the roof.
House Under Construction 1624(1959)
New England Rancher MH2(1954) 1701(1956) 1808(1966) 1912(1971) 1986(1980)
Note - Color stamp on MH2 boxes indicates trim color.
Color stamp on 1701 boxes can be roof OR trim color.
1808 color stamp is stamped on box bottom and indicates roof color.
1912 1st box style only came with white walls, satin brown roof, and tan trim.
1986 kit came with landscaping materials. Charcoal roof kit came with satin green or red auto, black roof kits come with black auto.
Ranch House RH1(1951) 1603(1956) 1705(1964) 1812(1967) 1852(1971) 1934/45934(1980)
Note - Early production RH1 has 2 colors stamped, roof color and wall color, later production RH1 only has the roof color stamped.
1705 was the last box issue with a color stamp. After that, you had the surprise of seeing what color variation was hiding in the sealed box.
Chimney is ALWAYS the same color as the walls.
Split Level Home 1908(1959) 1953(1980)
Note - 1908 1st box style color stamp indicates window and door (trim) color. This is the only box issue with a color stamp.
Front wall lamps have a square pin, the Bungalow has a round pin.
Lamps ALWAYS match the roof color.
1908 1st box style roof and lamps are charcoal color, 2nd box style roof and lamps are dark gray, 1953 box style roof and lamps are black.
2 Story Colonial House LH4(1954) 1700(1956) 1807(1966) 1922(1977) 1936/45936(1981) 45622PCA
Note - Early production LH4 color stamp indicated wall color, later production indicated roof color.
1807 color stamp is on the box bottom.
LH4 red wall color is darker then the 1700 color, 1807 red wall color is lighter then the 1700.