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Dolls from the 1930s-1950s - Doll Collecting - About.com
Explore composition, celluloid and hard plastic dolls and all your favorites from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Shirley Temple, Patsy, Madame Alexander, Nancy ...
What is a Composition Doll? - An Introduction - Doll Collecting
The height of the market for composition dolls was the 1920s through the 1940s. Today, only the rare reproduction or art doll is made of composition today.
Nancy Ann Storybook Dolls: History - Doll Collecting - About.com
If you were a little girl in the 1930s or 1940s, chances are very good that you had at least a small collection of Nancy Ann Storybook dolls. And, if you are a ...
Antique and Vintage Doll Collecting Terminology and Definitions
CELLULOID: The first plastic used to make dolls; highly flammable and usually quite thin. Used for dollmaking from approximately the 1920s to the 1940s ...
Doll Collector Gallery; Composition Doll, 1940s - Doll Collecting
Doll Collector Gallery, from your About.com Guide: rita hayworth composition doll massive stroke doll collector sainato.
A Guide To Doll Materials - Doll Collecting - About.com
Most dolls from the 1920s, 1930s and early 1940s were composition dolls, including Mama Dolls, Shirley Temple Dolls, Judy Garland Dolls, and Nancy Ann ...
Mama Dolls: What You Need To Know - Doll Collecting - About.com
All about composition mama dolls--the first American doll craze. ... Mama dolls continued to be produced, in their classic form, into the early 1940s. Why are ...
Collector's Doll Identification (Step by Step Guide) - Doll Collecting
Sometimes, an era and type of doll is all that can be determined, such as "1940s Composition Child" or "French celluloid tourist doll from the 1930s." Some new ...
An Introduction to Celluloid Dolls - Doll Collecting - About.com
All about celluloid dolls, including dates of production, characteristics, prices, the ... By the late 1930s and 1940s, however, most of the celluloid-made dolls were ...
Ginny Dolls: The History of Vogue, Inc. - Doll Collecting - About.com
Hard-plastic, vintage Ginny dolls from the late 1940s through the 1950s were favorite dolls of little girls, and today they are a hot, sought-after collectible.