Friday, January 30, 2015
Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: Barbie Sales Down!: From Fortune: Stan Honda, AFP/Getty Images Iconic doll is facing pressur...
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Antique Doll Collector Magazine: The Susan Whittaker Auction by Theriault's: Theriault’s Press Release Record Prices for Antique Dolls at Theriault’s January Auction One of three rare googly dolls, "...
|A. Marque, fetched new world record, $310,00. Part of exclusive ed. of 100 dolls, c. 1916|
Saturday, January 24, 2015
66th Annual UFDC
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For many collectors, a Marseilles doll is their introduction to antique dolls.
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The History of the Doll's cousin, the Snowman, dates to the Middle Ages and earlier.
A lovely, melancholy Valentine doll brings an impressive bid at last weekend's Cotillion auction by Theriault's.
Antique Doll Collector Magazine: Wooden Doll Puzzle: For those enjoy puzzles, here is one on wooden dolls to go with our Wooden Doll Video. Wooden Dolls Word Search P A D D L E D O L L B...
|Sherman Smith Doll, Tsagaris Collection|
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Monday, January 19, 2015
Antique Doll Collector Magazine: How do you Choose Dolls for your Collection?: A few days ago, I was driving to work and began to ponder what makes us add one doll to our collections over another. We have some insight...
Saturday, January 17, 2015
Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: Dennis the Menace and Dolls: Today, dolls and voodoo dolls in particular, appeared on "Dennis the Menace." In this show, Mr. Wilson, played by Gale Gordon of ...
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Antique Doll Collector Magazine: Wooden Dolls; A Video with Lots of Variety: This video has a variety of wooden dolls from different eras. Titles and Captions are near the end. There is no music on this one...
Antique Doll Collector Magazine: February Sneak Peek!: In Our February 2015 Issue Influenced by Steiff and Lenci, Raynal began in 1919 producing caricature dolls followed by clas...
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Since this a blog about doll history, we take this time to stand firm with the People of France, whose dolls are so wonderful to us. For me, any doll that is French; cloth, bisque, resin, celluloid, wax, papier mache, or composition, is special. I remember well the wonderful dolls lining the shelves of the gift shops at Orly Airport, and I treasure my own doll that came from there. Our Jumeau, Huret, Bru, Eden, SFBJ and other French inhabitants salute their French human counterparts, too, and our Santons de Provence and Creche figures will pray for all of us. May we finally have peace this year, in 2015.
|A. Marque on Catalog; courtesy, Theriault's|
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Antique Doll Collector Magazine: The Poulbot, Featured also in Cotillion Auction by...: Below is a Poulbot featured in today's and tomorrow's Cotillion Auction, featuring the collecting of Susan Whittaker. Photos and te...
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Friday, January 2, 2015
Antique Doll Collector Magazine: ADC Posts Highlights of Theriault's Nov 22 & 23 NY...: The January 2015 issue of Antique Doll Collector Magazine is featuring highlights of this historic Theriault's auction, held at The Wa...