An architectural model, part of King Street Sydney streetscape predominantly made of plywood and parape, consisting of two seperate buildings representing 121-125 'Quong Tart's Tea Rooms, 127 William Mitchell Chemist and Druggist, and Andrew Allan Auctioneers (downstairs), 129 David Wilson Coal Agent and Frances Fahey Land Agent (upstairs) and a private residence at 131 Kings Street, Sydney.
The three storied building has classical features to the windows, and and awning with green painted columns. Text across top of building reads 'QUONG TART & CO.' and the text painted across awning reads 'QUONG TART'S TEA HOUSE / QUONG TART & CO. / TEA AND GRILL ROOMS / OPEN DAILY FROM 7:30AM TO 9PM.'
The white two storied building has business on both the ground and first level. On the ground level there is an awning over the two businesses with red painted columns. Text on awning reads 'ANDREW ALLAN AUCTIONEER / WILLIAM H. MITCHELL / CHEMIST & DRUGGIST'. Text across top of building reads 'FRANCES FAHEY LAND AGENT' and 'DAVID WILSON COAL AGENT' and there is a number '131' next to the entry of the private residence.
There are two backing boards that attach to the back of the model with pins to hid the wiring and inside of the model, if viewed from the back.