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DOLLS Antique and Collectible

Discussing and sharing all types of dolls and doll related items.

Website: http://www.treasured-collectibles.com/
Members: 184
Latest Activity: on Wednesday

Meet Your Moderator Kristy Neal

About Kristy

I am a certified dollologist specializing in the professional repair and restoration of all types of dolls. I also collect and sell dolls and doll related items. I am a member of UFDC and Northshore Doll Club.

Discussion Forum

Vintage Rubber Headed Dog Doll

Started by Lillian Dunbar Jun 6.

Any info on this doll 1 Reply

Started by Jai Barrows. Last reply by Jai Barrows Mar 2, 2018.

Vintage Doll information please 1 Reply

Started by Kate Scott-Wilding. Last reply by Kate Scott-Wilding Feb 16, 2018.

What kind of doll is this? Any help is appreciated! 1 Reply

Started by Todd. Last reply by Todd Feb 16, 2018.

Antique China Head Dolls 2 Replies

Started by Ann Londres. Last reply by Sassafras Dec 23, 2017.

My "Bride" Doll

Started by Lillian Dunbar Dec 15, 2017.

Need help identifying a Madame Alexander 21" composition doll 2 Replies

Started by Susannah Devine. Last reply by vicki hufstetler Dec 5, 2017.

Reproduction of composition dolls

Started by Runi Melquist Nov 7, 2017.

baby in washtub. Need help with identifying. 1 Reply

Started by Jennifer Vogt. Last reply by vicki hufstetler Sep 29, 2017.

30's Dolls?

Started by Kelly Walker Jan 20, 2017.

Collectors Still Savor Shirley Temple Black Memorabilia

Started by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk Dec 29, 2016.

Any Ideas About This Doll Head?

Started by Dana Laureano Oct 15, 2016.

Does anyone know what kind of doll this is and what it's worth?? 3 Replies

Started by Allie. Last reply by dolldockrisneal Oct 7, 2016.

Does anyone know what this doll is made of? 6 Replies

Started by Tonya Chandler. Last reply by Tonya Chandler Jul 11, 2016.

International Souvenir Dolls (4SALE) - need value

Started by Jackie Vidor Jan 26, 2016.

Small Asian type of doll 1 Reply

Started by Mike. Last reply by tomsantiquesetcetera Jan 12, 2016.

80's and 90's Kathe Kruse dolls 2 Replies

Started by Matthia Keyes. Last reply by Matthia Keyes Nov 19, 2015.

Kathe Kruse dolls 7 Replies

Started by dolldockrisneal. Last reply by Matthia Keyes Nov 17, 2015.

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Comment by Margo Giroux on February 25, 2009 at 11:55am
oops: it's ....tersbergmanno...not burg
Comment by Margo Giroux on February 25, 2009 at 11:54am
I have a handmade doll that was bought in Austria in 1950. I believe it was old then. It has a partial tag that reads something like: .....tersburgmanno... The first thing I looked up was St. Petersburg but no soap. Anyone have any ideas about this one?

Comment by dolldockrisneal on February 14, 2009 at 12:06pm
Your doll is very interesting. Is her face and clothing made of leather?
Comment by Melissa Clifford on February 7, 2009 at 8:09pm

Hello! As promised, here are a few pictures of my "Fair Doll." If anyone knows more about the doll I would love to hear it!
Comment by Daryle Lambert on February 3, 2009 at 5:29pm
It is great to know of someone that can repair and restore dolls. Daryle Lambert www.31corp.com.
Comment by dolldockrisneal on February 3, 2009 at 4:44pm
Hi Melissa, Thanks for joining our group! I would love if you posted a picture of your doll to share with us.
Comment by Melissa Clifford on February 3, 2009 at 9:29am
As you can tell I love old dolls!! I particularly love the old China Head dolls. They are not easy to find in the antique markets here where I live. In fact, I have only seen two in the past 5 years.
Last weekend, I purchased a doll called a Fair Doll. Not sure if this was it's actual name back then since I didn't purchase it from a doll dealer. But it said she was from the 1920s and that she would be the prize you would win at the fair. If you are interested I will take a pic of her. I have seen dolls like her around for around $200, but I got her for 20 bucks!!! She is quite worn, but I love her.
I can't wait to check out your website!!
Comment by dolldockrisneal on February 2, 2009 at 5:30pm
I hope you will share some of your dolls with us Twice Around Books!
Dianne, I have Ms Pardee's first NASB book and it is wonderful. I met her at a UFDC convention.
Comment by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk on February 2, 2009 at 5:18pm
Kristy the photo was taken at The Bleu Willow in Simsbury CT. I could ask about the doll if it is of interest to you. By the way, I have talked with the author of the Nancy Ann Story Book Doll Price Guide Books...they have a second volume coming out in March (Collectorbooks.com) I will post more about that in the BOOK NOOK GROUP when the book is out..

Here is what the second volume contains:
In the first volume about these dolls, Encyclopedia of Bisque Nancy Ann Storybook Dolls, 1936-1947, Pardee and her co-author Jackie Robertson cataloged the hundreds of bisque storybook dolls made by the company. In Volume 2, Pardee has enlisted the knowledge of Deanna Bardfield, Anne Lien, Lynne Neagle, Ray Radley, and Lillian Roth to showcase this company's variety of dolls and their costumes. The book includes 'the charming small storybook baby dolls that started Nancy Ann on her road to a successful doll,' an extensive plastic storybook section, a photographic delight of the lovely Style Show dolls, and the matching wardrobes of Muffie and Debbie, the playtime dolls, along with Lori-Ann. Pardee gives the reader an opportunity to learn about the vinyl Baby Sue Sue, a large baby with a wardrobe of her own, and offers a never-before-seen catalog of the extensive wardrobe of the vinyl Miss Nancy Ann and Little Miss Nancy Ann high-heel dolls of the 1950s. There is no other research book on the market that covers these dolls so extensively.

Comment by dolldockrisneal on February 2, 2009 at 5:03pm
Is that a Nancy Ann Storybook doll in your picture Dianne?

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