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Tamara Gerard
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  • Camas, WA
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At 9:11pm on October 21, 2010, Tamara Gerard said…
I collect magazine paper dolls from women's and children's magazines, circa 1900-1930s.

Whenever I go antique hunting in shops, I look for interesting vintage ephemera and autograph books; and if the price is right, Victorian photo albums. Since I am a book artist, I also look for vintage handmade books.

I am particularly fond of lusterware, and limit myself to collecting lusterware condiment sets (sets usually include salt, pepper & lidded mustard pot with porcelain spoon, usually on a tray) shaped like birds or animals. I also look for teapots shaped like animals.

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