Bear Says Bye Too - Collector's Doll W/trunk Merrymeeting Sybille Sauer Artist
Made in 2000, this limited edition, artist quality doll is numbered #94/6,500. Original Box and Documentation including branded tissue paper It's possible she originally came with a handkerchief, which is not included. S/H is an additional $22.00 within the continental U.S. Sorry, International shipping is not available for this item.
1960s Mattel Liddle Kiddle Suki Skediddle Doll All Original Vintage
This little skediddler by Mattel was made in the late 1960s. Her name is Suki, and she has her original blue velvet dress, panties, hair ribbon and original hair set. Her face paint is perfect! The Skediddler pusher is working, but the rubber on the wheels is worn, so it doesn't grip on some smoother surfaces. There is a section under her right arm where the velvet is worn (see last photo). S&H is an additional $4.50 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
Bratz Costume Party Jade Doll By Mga Entertainment
This is a very cut Bratz Costume Party Jade Doll by MGA Entertainment. She comes new In package. Box may be a little worn from years of storage. She is 9 tall. This would make a nice addition to your collection or to give as a gift. Please see pictures. Many of the pieces are antique or vintage. Some will have some imperfections from manufacturing process. We try and note any major flaws noted. Please keep in mind that glass, pottery and other items will have some normal imperfections from the production and/or hand making processes. We are not experts. We do our best to describe, photograph, and research each item. Please let us know if something is incorrect. We will gladly correct and make the appropriate changes. We cannot guarantee a smoke or pet free environment as many items are purchased from estate sales, antique shops, churches, and other locations. We are not responsible for buyer's safe use of the product. Please refer to any manufacturer specific safety instructions, and/or appropriate use of the item being purchased. For international buyers/bidders, any customs fees or other charges not included in selling or shipping/handling fees and are the buyer's responsibility. Please familiarize yourself with your countries shipping regulations before bidding/buying an item. Alley Cat Finds pledges to give back to the homeless 10% of all of its gross sales. Thank you for visiting our store! Please visit us often. We are in the process of developing our inventory.
German doll with a bisque head and shoulder plate marked Germany 370. She has a lovely brunette with with pretty blue sleep eyes, eye lashes and an open mouth showing teeth. She has a leather body with joints. She is dressed in a pretty, long, ivory dress with lace panels and stitched flowers. She has a slip to match her dress with the original slip and bloomers underneath. she is 21 inches tall with the lower part of her legs unattached but are there for repair. With some work, she will again be beautiful but she is so pretty for display now. She is sold just as found with a paper pinned on her that has some early information of her.
Jointed wooden dolls pair all original. They have lovely painted faces in nice color and are 7 inches tall.The one in the cream colored suit has discoloration spots on the suit that we have not tried to clean as it is attached.The felt hat on the other has age holes. They will still display nicely and are sold just as found.
Boy Doll made of a celluloid type material marked made in U.S.A. He is 4 1/4 inches tall with brown molded hair, nice painted features and great coloring. He has a one piece body and needs some clothes. Great for an early doll house or display as he is a rare doll to find.
Chinaman Doll all original. He is 6 1/2 inches tall with a plaster like head with his hair knots on each side. He has a cute, painted face with nice color and detail. He has a stuffed body with bisque hands and he is dressed in his silky shirt with black and white cord trim, his blue pants with rust cuffs and his black painted shoes. He is very different and very cute and guessed to be from around the 1930 - 40's. He is sold as found.
Vintage Doll with a porcelain head and a composition body. She has glass fixed eyes, an open mouth showing 2 teeth and great coloring. She has a lovely, curly, red skull cap wig that is so soft, think it is mohair. She is dressed in a vintage white dress with delicate lace trim and has an elaborate, felt jacket with crocheted edging and a cape flap over for decoration. It is really a little big for her and has the sleeved turned up but is such a beautiful addition, we have left it with her and it is a great, early jacket. She is not marked and is 13 inches long and jointed. Her facial features are very detailed and lovely. She has a couple of chips on some fingers of one hand, (small) and a chips on one foot. She is just as found and a beautiful doll. A real treasure, sold as found.
Pincushion doll marked , made in Japan. She is a 6 inch tall and 4 inch wide doll with a porcelain head and half body with a pretty blue dress and the pincushion bottom covered with layers of a silky, beige fabric in ruffles. It is in nice condition with a water mark on the bottom. Her skirt is a little dingy from age. She is as found and a nice pincushion doll.
1968 Seattle Pacific Northwest Doll Club Program or souvenir book VG condition - 19th convention. Softcover. Includes all articles, advertising and what was new in the doll world back in 1968. Excellent reference guide
Kestner Baby Doll marked Germany #152 2/0. She is beautiful with such a sweet face with wonderful color, lovely sleep eyes and her open mouth showing teeth.She has a scull cap wig that needs reattaching and is dressed in a vintage, long, white gown made of linen with lace trim and an embroidered panel down the front. She has lace trimmed undies. She has a wonderful bisque head on a composition type body. She is a 9 inch tall, jointed baby and does have a spot on the back of one arm and her body has had some repair. She is just wonderful and would make a lovely addition to any home.
Jackson Parsons Baby Doll with the Stork Mark on the back of her neck and made in U.S.A. She is a 12 inch long, jointed baby doll. She was made in the 1930's and is in wonderful condition. She has a wonderfully painted face with blue eyes, a nice pink mouth and nice coloring. She is a rare doll to find and is just so sweet dressed in a vintage dress of the times.
Dolls Magazine- August 1995 -168 complete real smooth pages. Cover: Tootsie Carmichael with her Sibling soul - 85 dolls, vote for your favorites! Little souls helps save the world - Elinor Peace Bailey: plug into her electric energy - Show report: lst Santa Fe Doll festival.
Dolls Magazine - August 1997 -168 complete pages. Cover: Walter Lily Barbie doll by Ann Driskill for Mattel - Dollmakers salute legendary paintings - The Lennon sister in tune with collectcing - Wendy Lawton in her own words. + more.
Dolls magazine - April 2003-130 complete pages. 250+ dolls to steal your heart. Cover: Magdalena by Heidi Piusczok - Zapf creation- Got Dolls- Seymour Mann - Robert Tonner - Ashton-Drake -Lee Middleton and more - Volume 22, No. 3
1950 Mary Hoyer Doll 14" Wardrobe Pattern Mccall #1564
-This lovely wardrobe pattern for the Mary Hoyer doll was made in 1950 by McCall Corporation. It is just partially cut/trimmed very neatly, and includes all pieces except the bonnet (from view C), and the underslip and panties (from view D). All the other pieces are present, as well as the instructions for sewing. Also included are the instructions for the crocheted dress and hat (from view F). Has nice illustrations of the Mary Hoyer doll on the cover. S&H is an additional $2.50 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
Doills magazine- March/April 1990 -130 complete pages. lDolls by Jerri's Bonnie(coer) A century of baby dolls - German's Lissi-Batz - Small celluloids - artist updates- Edinburgh's museyum of childhoold
Dolls magazine - July/August 1987 - 62 complete pages. The international appeal of Dolls by Pauline by Stephen Gardner - The Musician breathes easy by Mavin Guinard - The Goulden Baby House - Americas love affair with Raggedy Ann
Dolls Magazine - May 1989 -92 complete paves. Cover: Little Lizzie, a GTerman bisque doll. - The world child collection - Under the lilac, 1989 menu of modern dolls - Amber -Petite precision by Louise Fletcher.
Dolls magazine - Mayu 2003 -98 complete pages - Coer: Brides in Bloom. Antiques action: Build a great collection without spending a fortune - Doll inspection tips - avoid dolly disasters, antique paper doll fun and Trends & pricing news - Dream designer daywear.
Dolls Magazine - November 2002-106 complete pages. Vintage Revlon beauties. Dream divas of Old Hollywood: Liz Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Joan Crawford & their doll fashions. New works from Philip Heath, Anna Brahms, Linday Murray and many more. Captivating one of a kinds from Niada artists Oryu by DanFletcher.
Dolls magazine - August 1994 -180 complete pages. Cover: Lady Teazle by Paul Crees and Peter Coe - 81 awards of excellence nominees - Izannah Mystery deeps - show reports from everywhere. Lara in the Hamilton collection - Ethan from The Ashton-Drake galleries
Dolls , the collectors magazine- October 1990 =176 completepages. A bridesmail by Brahms - New: Childrens pages - Rare Kubelka Wooden pair - Cover: A bridesmaid created by Anna Avigail Brahms - Cozy by Good Kruger - Discovering Rare Lencis
Dolls collectors magazine- August 1993 -178 complete pages. Cover: Girl with dollby Malou - 78 awards of excellence nominees - Prices for French and German Bisques - Crations by Jeanne Singer, Carol Piper and Nancy Walters.
Dolls Magazine - November 1988 -102 complete pages. WEndy Lawton's latest - Madame Alexander interview - 19th Century Mystery dolls - The World child collection -Cover: Marcella and Raggedy Ann created by Wendy Lawton - Good-Kruger doll - Dollspart supply co.
Dolls magazine- February 1995 =138 complete pages. Cover: Evangeline by Cindy Koch - Antique American cloth creations - Mod fashions, Italian style - Autumn show highlight s - Good-Kruger dolls - Seymour Mann connoisseur collection dolls.
Dolls, The Collector's Magazine- January/february 1987
Dolls, the collector's magazine- January/February 1987 -70 completepages. Cover: A 1903 fashion doll by Charl3s Erbest Pierotti - On display in Ohio by June Huffman- Timeless magic from Italy's Tuscan Hill by John Darcy Noble. England's Bethnal Green Museum revisited by Valerie Jackson
Dolls, The Collector's Magazine - March/april 1987
Dolls, the collector's magazine - March/April 1987 =70 completepages. - Cover: a bisque doll by Francois /Caulthier, French - The main event by Kathrybn Whitney - Treasures in the west: The McCurdy historial Doll myuselum by Wendy Lavitt - Wooden toys for today's childlren by Krystyna Poray Goddu.
Dolls magazine - August 2002 -114 complete pages - 10 tips to manage your collection - Best of Barbie 2002, plus special Ruth Handler tribue - Robert Tonner's latest beauties - Collectors' choice - you vote for Dolls awards of excellence.
Dolls magazine- November 1996-140 completepages. Cover: First look at the New Jackies - Cover: the Franklin mint - Charactersmatter, a landslide of political dolls. Barbie and Nicole Miller's splashy Macy's debut- Zelda Fitzgerald's Jazz age paper dolls. Kathryn Walmsley - treasures of the Dunster doll museum
Dolls magazine- January 1997-124 complete pages. Cover: Lois by Jennifer Esteban- Beauties and beasts - Lovely visions from Ardis, Mary Lee Sundstrom, The Enchanged Mansion. Animal magnetism of Jo-Ellen Trilling, Adnan Karaby and Barbara Schwarzfischer
Dolls, the collector's magazine - May 1994 - 144 completepages. Cover: Rare China Boy Circa 1845 - Award nominees - Inside Georgetown - All about bye-los - Little Fawn's Papoose by Carol Theroux - Chinas in my charge
Dolls Magazine- May 1992 -128 complete paqges. A 1913 fashion figure by Lafitte Desirat jk- Awards of excellence nominees - Rare Hatted men- Those talented Turners - Dolls that speak for themselve. Ashley by Helen Kish
Dolls magazine - October 2002 - 124 complete pages. A fond look back at two decades of memories. Cover: Amy by Emily Garthright - Teddy's 100th birthday 40+ dolls and their beary special friends- Raggedy ann renditions from Virginia Turner, Jerri McCloud, Marie Osmond and Susan Wakeen.
Dolls magazine - October 1992 -146 complete pages.Copver: A portrait of Cora Mae Sanborn by Patricia Ryan Brooks - Pleasant company's girls from yesteryear - Cloth children by Kathi Clarek - The Friedericys' fanciful figures.
Dolls Magazine- November 1992 -166 complete pagers. Cover: Nora by Janet Ness - Early French Bebeas - Authentic ethnic designs from Lawtons - New Niada artist Elisabeth Flueler-Tomamichel -The Gibson girl bride doll.
Dolls magazine - January 1995 -122 complete pages. Cover: German Pair at Auction - One of a kind contest = 20 years of Alexander exclusives - Aunt Lens Treasures on the block - Back cover: Madame Alexander dolls.
Dolls magazine - May 1991 -162 complete pages. Cover: Sabine Esche's Laura - Rare red maid of Brtistol doll - an original June Grammer paper doll - Awards of excellence nominees - Back cover: Family dolls by Lee Middleton original dolls.
Dolls Magazine - Holiday 2003 -108 complete pages. Best of the season - sensational Santas, Yuletide carolers, celestial angels, tots all aglow, playful elves - Make your own doll tree ornament - Festive doll related gift ideas - 12 days of Christmas, Aolexander Doll Company
DOLLS magazine - December 2002 -108 completepages. Terri Lee is back, the 50s fav orite stages a combeback . Special Deliverym, beautiful baby dolls from top European artists - Coknvention & show highlights:Collectors Unoited gatghering - ODAC Celebration - UFDC convention - Doll& Teddy Bear expo - Mariwe Osmond presents: A child's Nativity and Tickled pink -
Dolls Magazine - July 1993 -162 complete pages. Cover: Beth lby Linda Mason =- Back cover: Madame Alexander figures, Pinocchio and more. Award nominees at Toy Fair - Sassy ladies from the 20s - Shirley Peck's beauties.,Barbie dolls and fantastic array of dolls throughout the magazine.
Dolls collectors magazine- April 1997 -176 compeltepages. 60 exciting new dolls for 1997 - Rear cover: Madame Alexander dolls - Eleanor by Hildegard Gunzel - Spring into action: Marlena Blanford, Cynthia Malbon and Peggy Ann Ridley. Secret Gardens: NY's underground doll scene blooms - Beautiful dolls pictured throughout.
Dolls magazine - July 1994 -146 complete pages. - Cover: Brigitte Deval's Lady in Green Velvet - Back cover: It's a Madame Alexander - Toy fair highlights - Antique English cloth creations - Profile: Robert Tonner.
Dolls Collector's magazine - May 1997 - 138 complete pages. Cover:Irish Rose from Linda Mason originals and the Paul Cress collection - Back cover: Madam Alexander dolls. 1997 awards of excellence nominees - The greatest doll ever sold - Wooden wonders: Meet Lizzie lHigh and friends. Merry bakers: annie Laurie Baker, Adrienne Metcalf, Odile Segui
Dolls, collector's magazine - October 1993- 144 complete pages. Cover Rachel and Kate, Beth Cameron's new porcelains Back cover: It's a Madame Alexander - 70ths year - French fashions for an 1860s beauty - Inside the Franklin mint with Maryse Nicole - Paper doll talk with Ann Blyth - A documented Jenny Lind.
1995 Hallmark Holiday Barbie Deluxe Christmas Card Set
This deluxe die-cut card set was manufactured by Hallmark in 1995. The set of 3 cards are blank inside, and are decorated with velvet, glitter, and fuzzy fibers - made to be displayed, the bottom of the dress opens and you can stand them up. Each dress is a different Holiday Barbie style. Also includes 3 envelopes and decorative box with gold elastic tie. Each card measures approx. 8 tall. S&H is an additional $4.50 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
Little Miss Traveler Vinyl Bag is by Ponytail, and is from the 1960's. It's round, with great graphics, and is in nice condition, with no rips or tears. It would make a great doll's case or overnight bag for a special little girl. S&H is an additional $8.00 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
This adorable Soda Fizz Kid Doll made in 1967 is actually inside a plastic soda bottle. She is really cute and fits in the palm of your hand. Doll is in wonderful condition, bottle has a small round melt spot (see photo). SHIPPING is an additional $4.00 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
Dollhouse baby is made of rubber - arms and legs bend into shape. Measures approx. 2 long, with painted features. S & H is an additional $2.00 within the continental U.S. International shipping is available - please inquire.
1974 Barbie Soap Circles By Jergens In Original Box
Made in 1974, these Barbie Soap Circles by Jergens come in the original box and are unused. The box pictures Barbie's face in great 70's style graphics! Box has some shelf wear, but is in nice displayable condition. Soaps are not mint, but have never been used. Shipping is an additional $5.00 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
Celluloid Flapper Bride Doll With Paper Dress - Wedding Cake Topper
A Flapper Bride made of celluloid w/crepe paper clothes, she measures approximately 4 tall, and has painted features including red lips, and side-glancing eyes. She also sports a black hair wig and mesh veil and train. Her arms are strung loosely, and hang down by her side. Very cute, and a great addition to your collection! Makes a perfect mate to my 4 Kewpie Groom Cake Topper, #4368 that is listed here on Tias. SHIPPING IS AN ADDITIONAL $4.00 within the continental U.S.
These cute 1970s dimestore plastic Sweet Heart Dolls are in a sealed bag. There is a blonde, red-head, and brunette doll. They measure approximately 5 tall. Mint in sealed package. Shipping is an additional $2.50 within the continental U.S.