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Madame Alexander Babette Portrette Doll (1988-89)

10″ Madame Alexander Portrette Babette doll, made from the Cissette mold in 1988-89. She is a high-heeled lady doll, dressed in a lovely little black dress with tiered pleated skirt, bodice with silver glitter dots and rhinestone trim. Her waistline is accented with a pink rose. She wears black shoes with crystal heels. Her very simple hairstyle is held in place with a black ribbon bow. She is in excellent condition with her original box and wrist tag.

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Kripplebush Kids Playing Croquet Doll by Robert Tonner

Sweet little Kripplebush Kids doll called Playing Croquet by Robert Tonner. She comes with a croquet mallet and ball. Never removed from original box, no smoke smell or other odors. She is dated 1997. A darling doll to add to your collection!

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Barbie's Cat Fluff w/ Accessories (1983)

Barbie’s cat Fluff was made in 1983. She has a flocked surface and is fully jointed, with velcro on her paws. She comes with her collar, cat carrier, scratching post, dish, bed and food. The only thing missing is the foam cushion for the bed, which tends to disintegrate over time, and she might have had a tag on her collar. Fluff is a little grubby, not sure if she can be cleaned, everything else is in very good condition.

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Rose Pattern Child's China Made in Germany

Here are three antique or vintage child size serving pieces to collect or display with your favorite antique dolls. The covered dish, platter, and gravy boat with attached underplate have gold trim and a rose pattern. They are marked Germany 92 on the bottoms. 


The Collector's Encyclopedia of Dolls, Volumes I & II

“The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Dolls” and “The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Dolls, Volume II” hardcover reference books with dust jackets. Great reference material for the doll collector or dealer of antique dolls. These are in very good condition, one has some wear to the dust jacket, nice clean copies, no odors.

Hasbro Charlie's Angels Underwater Intrigue Outfit

These pieces go to the Underwater Intrigue outfit made by Hasbro in 1977 for their 8.5″ Charlie’s Angels dolls. Includes the scuba tank with mask, spear gun, flippers, gold lame cape and turban. Good condition and ready for your dolls’ next adventure!

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Barbie #1824 Snap Dash Dress

Barbie’s Snap Dash dress is #1824 from 1968. It is in excellent condition and the golden beads are both there. A cute mod era look for Barbie!

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Dream World Composition Arabian Doll

This composition doll was made by Dream World between the late 1930s and 1950. He is made of composition, jointed at the neck, shoulders and hips. He has some crazing to his face and a crack up the back of his head.


German Rupfen Puppen Dolls

These vintage dolls from Germany are called rupfen puppen. They are about 9 inches tall. They were made to represent various Tyrolean regions in the Alps of Germany, Italy and Austria. They are made from burlap, with flax hair. Their clothing is cotton and felt. Excellent condition, they stand well on their own.

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Handmade Cloth Doll Dressed in Colonial Style

Handmade colonial lady cloth doll of unbleached muslin with hand painted facial features and yarn hair. She measures 11.5 inches tall. Her 18th century style dress is cotton with organdy collar and cuffs, and matching hat, and ribbon bows for accent. It is not removable. She wears pantalettes underneath. She is in good condition but the hat, collar and cuffs are yellowed.

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Lace Maker Doll from Belgium

This little gray haired lady doll is a lace maker. I believe she is from Belgium, made in the 1960s. No tag or label. She is made of plastic, with a velvet and lace dress. She sits (about 6 inches tall) on a wooden chair on a wooden base, with her tatting in front of her. A little dust but no damage or odors. A wonderful tribute to the lace makers of the world!

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2 Dolly's Teen-Age Fashions for 10.5" Dolls

Two outfits made to fit 10 1/2 inch dolls like Little Miss Revlon, Jill and Miss Ginger. These Dolly’s Teen-Age Fashions were made by Totsy in the late 1950s. The cotton Party Time dress is in fall colors. It has a white purse with it, not sure if that is original. It is in mint condition. The Rock ‘n Roll outfit features a felt circle skirt and white top. 

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2 Dolly's Teen-Age Fashions for 10.5" Dolls

Two mint outfits made to fit 10 1/2 inch dolls like Little Miss Revlon, Jill and Miss Ginger. These Dolly’s Teen-Age Fashions were made by Totsy in the late 1950s. The pajamas come with a mirror which is glued to the backing card. The satin bridal gown has a bouquet stapled to the front. The two outfits are in mint condition, but the boxes are rough.

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