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Antique 22" Heubach Kopplesdorf 275 Beautiful Doll w Vintage Clothing Needs TLC | eBay

Antique 22" Heubach Kopplesdorf 275 Beautiful Doll w Vintage Clothing Needs TLC | eBay

ANTIQUE  TULLE SWAG LACE TRIM RAISED FLOWER PATTERN FRENCH DOLL DRESS LOVELY -- Antique Price Guide Details Page

ANTIQUE TULLE SWAG LACE TRIM RAISED FLOWER PATTERN FRENCH DOLL DRESS LOVELY -- Antique Price Guide Details Page

I have one of these. I bought her in Pollock's toy Museum. My daughter named her Tottie after a similar doll in a story.

I have one of these. I bought her in Pollock's toy Museum. My daughter named her Tottie after a similar doll in a story.

French Doll by  A. Thuillier  marked  A9T,  22" Tall | Dolls & Bears, Dolls, Antique (Pre-1930) | eBay!

French Doll by A. Thuillier marked A9T, 22" Tall

French Doll by A. Thuillier marked A9T, 22" Tall | Dolls & Bears, Dolls, Antique (Pre-1930) | eBay!

Free Printable! Antique Flower Wallpaper Cards! - Jodie Lee Designs

Free Printable! Antique Flower Wallpaper Cards!

32" Kammer & Reinhardt/Simon & Halbig Antique Doll - So Pretty in Pink in Dolls & Bears, Dolls, Antique (Pre-1930), Composition | eBay

Details about 32" Kammer & Reinhardt/Simon & Halbig Antique Doll - So Pretty in Pink

32" Kammer & Reinhardt/Simon & Halbig Antique Doll - So Pretty in Pink in Dolls & Bears, Dolls, Antique (Pre-1930), Composition | eBay

Lady Teazle; Lady Sneerwell; Mrs Candour, The three dolls are dresed as characters from the play 'A School for Scandal' by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, which was first performed at Drury Lane Theatre in London on May 8th 1777.  England, Great Britain (probably, made), ca. 1930 (made) Materials and Techniques: Carved wood with sewn and decorated fabric.  Made by Hugh Hugo. V&A Search the Collections

School for scandal dolls

Lady Teazle; Lady Sneerwell; Mrs Candour, The three dolls are dresed as characters from the play 'A School for Scandal' by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, which was first performed at Drury Lane Theatre in London on May 8th 1777. England, Great Britain (probably, made), ca. 1930 (made) Materials and Techniques: Carved wood with sewn and decorated fabric. Made by Hugh Hugo. V&A Search the Collections

finest museum quality reproductions and restorations of 17th and 18th century English wooden dolls

finest museum quality reproductions and restorations of 17th and 18th century English wooden dolls

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