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The EFFANBEE Sisters

We are pleased to offer a marvelous rare pair of EFFANBEE Anne Shirley-type dolls that remain in excellent condition. Details of the 18" composition dolls include sleep eyes - one in blue (some crystallizing) and one brown eyes, both with very minor crazing, and both with human hair wigs in their original sets. The costumes, one featuring pink and the other blue, remain in crispy mint condition, as do the straw hats, socks and shoes. Both girls retain their EFFANBEE wrist bracelets as well.
A rare opportunity - times two!

SOLD
Thank you, B.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lenci 300 Series

What is it about the magical dolls from the Lenci 300 Series? This particular cutie is no exception, this fellow who most likely "hails" from South America - Peru perhaps? The overall condition of this lovely felt creation is good, with dreamy brown eyes and rich black hair, excellent paint, although there is very slight fading, and some shelf dust. He is complete with his colorful wooden pipe - a very nice bonus.
Great art in felt – that's what they are – those heart-wrenching Lenci dolls.

Measures: 18" tall overall

$2250.00

 

 

 

 

 

Circa 1892, from the Arnold Print Works of North Adams, Massachusetts, here is a single version of "The Dude" from the set of Palmer Cox Brownies. Firmly stuffed with natural cotton, and in excellent condition.
Great on the doll room wall, shelf, or even your Christmas tree.

Measures: 7 1/2" tall

SOLD
Thank you, K.

 

 

 

 

 

 


12" handcrafted Pueblo Indian Doll with stitched facial features, and in original clothing. A handwritten note pinned to her gave us a few clues, and a bit of research provided the following information:
Santo Domingo Pueblo is one of the best known tribes of the southwest Indians, largely because of their skill in marketing their crafts. The Pueblo is fifth in population of the nineteen New Mexico Pueblos, and is generally considered the most conservative in terms of customs and culture.

Dating from the first half of the twentieth century, and in fair condition due to scattered foxing and tenderness of some fabric components.

SOLD
Thank you, S.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Circa 1892, from the Arnold Print Works of North Adams, Massachusetts, here is a single version of "Brownie" from the set of Palmer Cox Brownies. Firmly stuffed with natural cotton, and in excellent condition (minor snag on left ankle in back).
Great on the doll room wall, shelf, or even your Christmas tree.

Measures: 7 1/4" tall

SOLD
Thank you,
S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 1/4" brilliantly colorful cloth doll from the Georgene Averill line, highlights include a mask face with painted features, white blond yarn hair styled in a boys' cut, applied eyelashes – all on a cloth body in good condition.
He wears very nicely detailed clothing, classic oilcloth shoes, and carries a cotton flag that denotes him a native of Switzerland.

$150.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

13" handcrafted Pueblo Indian Doll with a stuffed cotton body, drawn on facial features, and in original clothing which includes a colorful bead necklace.
In good condition, and dating from the first half of the twentieth century.

SOLD
Thank you, S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



"Skookum" was designed by Mary McAboy of Missoula, Montana, and manufactured by various companies. This nine and one-half inch example retains his original wool blanket folded to simulate arms, wool felt trousers with fringe and suede boots with painted accents, while colorful beads encircle his neck.
In very good condition overall, he retains his headband and a marvelous black mohair wig.

$145.00

 

 

 

 

 

 


La Maîtresse de Piano

We are pleased to offer an incredibly artistic French creation in the form of a lovely and quite fashionable mannequin. Details of this charming lady, the music teacher, include a silk-covered mask face with hand painted features, golden yarn hair and note that she is beautifully costumed in silk and wool. She wears handcrafted leather shoes, and carries a fun handbag filled with sheet music. A paper label denotes that she is costumed in a style popular in the year 1900.

Measures: 14 1/2" tall, not including plume

SOLD
Thank you, C.

 
 

 



 

 

 


Boxed Nancy Ann Storybook "Wednesday's Child" from the Dolls of the Day Series, with frozen legs. She wears her original dress and hair ribbon, and is complete with her gold wrist tag. Lovely condition.
Measures: 5-1/2”

$95.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nancy Ann Storybook doll, “One Two Button My Shoe” from Fairy Tale Series,#123. Features longer black jacket.
In very good condition.

$165.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Quaker” from the American Girl Series #55. She has jointed legs, molded socks and she wears a gray taffeta dress, organdy apron and hat.

$350.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fairy Tale Series “He Loves Me” with jointed legs and molded socks. She wears a pink two-layered organdy dress with lace-trimmed pantalets.

$325.00

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