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Dating antique china head dolls

1875Bathing beauties figures / dolls, bisque or china See also Black dolls. Debbie doll Doll photo Bed dolls, see Boudoir dolls, ca.

Beloved Belindy by Georgene Novelties / Knickerbocker / P. Volland, 1926–See Raggedy Ann. pattern, homemade Chronology, notes doll details: 1965, white version Volland doll photo, with book and toys Berenguer / Berjusa (JC Toys), 1944–Bergmann dolls / C. Bergmann; 1888–1931 & Halbig head: 23" doll marked C. Biscaloid dolls (bisqualoid), 1920s Rosi by Kämmer & Reinhardt: Example, photo Gladdie by Helen Jensen 1929Bisque dolls.See Barbie by Mattel. Fashion Dolls/38043121 IDs: Seattle World’s Fair, “Miss Space Needle”American Character Tressy, Cricket, & Mary Make-up Black clone or look-alike dolls Candy (has dimples & eyelashes), unknown maker: Liza: Fashion Dolls/38378216Davtex: Drake, unknown maker Debbie the Elegant Doll, powder/talc bottle doll Edico, Mini-Mod, Missy-Mod, and Modern Miss: Modern Miss 11½" Twist & Turn 1969–70, photo Ee Gee, Andy, Annette & Babette: Babs & Bill, booklets Fashions: 1970 JC Penney’s catalog Fashions, tagged Hong Kong, British Crown Colony: Kong: Misty / Miss Clairol Ideal Mitzi Ideal Tuesday Taylor Joja France, Sylvie Ken doll look-alikes/clones: Sears catalog 1964, Tommy L.Davis Textiles, Rusty Lili Ledy Mexico, Talking Barbie clone Maddie Mod by Princess Grace (PGD)/Mego, 1967–73Mariclare, sold in JC Penney’s catalog 1970s Marx, Bonnie: Marlene & vanity set 1964: Miss Kitty by Cragstan: Debby: Fashion Dolls/41356947Regal, Penny Roberta Doll Co.: Toby, 1962 Billy & Ruth catalog (PDF file)Sharing / Enn-ness, Miss Mod 14" 1960s: Fashion Dolls/38853271Texaco Cheerleader: Twistee 1970s: Dollikin 11½"Uneeda Miss Suzette & Bob 11½" 1962Uneeda Wendy Ward 11½" 1964 (Y-body)U mark: Uneeda; Unique Doll Co./Elite Creations; & others: World of Love 1971–77Barrois, Eugene (EB), 1844–1875. id=388 / history, brief China doll, attributed to Barrois Example, 13" French fashion Example, 17" unmarked French fashion Example, 36" French fashion Example, French fashion ca.Be Goths dolls by Bleeding Edge, 2003–Bella dolls (Société Bella of France), 1946– 1967–82Modele Depose 1960s: v=Wb6t1ldg L4QBetsey Clark by Hallmark / Knickerbocker, 1970s– doll 1977–79Cloth doll & furniture, Sears catalog 1979Dollhouse 1979 by American Toy Knickerbocker, vinyl: Mc Call’s paper doll wearing same outfit as new doll, Oct. betsywetsyindex Identification.html1942 Spiegel catalog1947 Sears catalog1948 Billy and Ruth catalog (PDF file)1958 Sears catalog1960s: Betsy Wetsy 1978: working on Betty Spaghetty by Ohio Art Co.doll=1057Tressy (original by American Character)Belle Doll & Toy Co., 1950s. / Morimura Brothers (Noritake), 1918–1921 of the West by Marx, 1967-1975Johnny West, Jane West, Janice, Josie, & Princess Wildflower: Cowboys tab.)Boxes & equipment manuals: West original box Janice West: example: / Flair, 1998–“Bewitched,” Samantha & Tabatha (Tabitha) by various companies to Ideal Comic Heroines & Misty dolls: & paper dolls: 1965–66: Tabatha mark, Screen Gems: Doll Co., 1948–1950s Beautiful Dolls Inc., 2002–Big Jim by Mattel, 1972–1986. bjindex Ads, 1970s: Comic book ad Australian Olympics 1976Catalog, 1974Cipsa, Mexico: Lilli by Ralph Hausser / Elastolin, 1955–1964Clothing by E. See also Barbie; Schwabinchen; Miss Seventeen. (scroll down) article by Billy Boy, click Galleries About: Hausser Co., Elastolin Clone / look-alike, made in Hong Kong, known as “Hong Kong Lilli”: catalogs Photos: doll by Horsman / Steiff (misspelling Billikin) (sometimes unavailable) About: Kewpie-Billiken celluloid Steiff 1909, about: Boy Toys, 1985–Bing Brothers Art Doll Co. / Gebruder Bing, Germany, 1882–1932 with photos Bisque Kewpie types by Louis Wolf popular dolls: / history: Bisque, china & parian Articulate / phonograph (talking)Autoperipatetikos (walking)Black dolls: type, ball-jointed & straight wrist Buying: 10 things you should inspect when buying an antique bisque doll Character dolls Clothing & accessories: Research, patterns, and sewing Collecting basics Conservation, see Care & cleaning Examples, various photos French & German dolls (music)French dolls; see also individual makers: List of makers, 1840s–1930s Frozen Charlotte and Charlie German dolls Half dolls or pincushion dolls Identification marks: example Mignonette “pocket” dolls 1875–1925Misrepresented antique dolls: Antique Doll Dealers Association (NADDA): bisque dolls for shipping Photographs; antique photographs and images with dolls: Applause / Wallace Berrie / Dakin, 1966–1980s–2000s dolls Little Orphan Annie Raggedy Ann & Andy 1983–2005Archies, The; by various makers, 1969–

archieindex Comics, about: 2001: 1975: Wards catalog 1975Mattel Barbie 2005: Playing Mantis & Effanbee 2001Whitman paper dolls 1969: Marseille bisque dolls, see Marseille Arnold, Max Oscar, 1878–1930 / Arnoldia, talking; see also Mechanical dolls: And Arnold Print Works, 1892–1920The Yellow Kid 1899Brownies by Palmer Cox Arranbee (R & B) Doll Co., 1922–1961 1938–1940s, photo Coty Girl / Miss Coty, “Circle P” mark Debu’teen (Debuteen): Skier: Angel Mary Lee: composition: Lee, composition, 1938–46: Nanette 1954: Henie composition doll 1938–46Sweet Pea: 1957 Bloomingdale’s catalog (PDF file, p. (ANCO), 1920–1950s dolls Arrow Rubber & Plastics Industries / Edward Mobley, 1940–1960s baby dolls Rubber squeak dolls: Craft Toy Products / Playthings, 1918–1921 Fabric Mills, preprinted cloth, 1900–1910 Flaked Rice: & drawing Raving Beauty:

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See also Palitoy; Pedigree. tribes / Native Australian; see also Ethnic dolls: Black baby 1984Gregson Austerity doll 1942: Laurie Cohen 1930s–40s: Skating Crissy 11½" 1978 (Australian)Little Tuppence & Posing Penny by Lincoln Industries, New Zealand Mattel Barbie doll: Australian Olympics 1976Metti / Netta Co. cat ID=18Gerber by Arrow and Sun Rubber Kämmer & Reinhardt Pussycat 1960s– by Madame Alexander Rubber dolls: type, early vinyl Baby Face by Mel Birnkrant & Galoob, 1990–1991Baby First Step by Mattel, 1965–1967 ad:

v=2l Abklpl Ieg Babyland Rag cloth dolls by Horsman, 1893–1920s Albert See also Topsy-turvy, two-headed cloth dolls.

See also Antique; China; Parian; Repairs; and maker name.