The detail in the windows was shallow but actually came out OK. The shingles and the siding was rife with small bubbles. Something that was to become a bit of an issue with these buildings was the casting; poorly mixed resin is my guess. As it is a plain structure it has a lot of uses and would not be out of place for a century afterwards.
The nicest of the three buildings both in sculpting and in casting is Victorian House (JRM1608). Only a few bubbles here and there but the texture of the stone and the shingles is excellent.
The worst offender for casting issues was the 1859 Factory (JRM1611). The stonework was completely pockmarked. In the pictures below you can see the bubbles in the window frames and the roofing and the massive piece missing from the eave.
Judging from the faded printing on the boxes these buildings had sat for quite some time at Meeplemart. I hope whoever is making these buildings now (if they are still in production) pays a little more attention to quality control as when they come out right they are nice buildings and fun to paint.