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Buying Damaged Antique Dolls: Is It Ever a Good Idea?
A look at whether or not you should ever consider buying a damaged antique doll .
What Type of Damage Can You Find On An Antique Doll?
There are several types of damage that can occur on an antique bisque doll ( generally made in France or Germany around 1850 through 1930). Some types of ...
Tips for Collecting Antique Dolls - Doll Collecting - About.com
Damaged Dolls. Most experts will tell you to stay away from dolls with hairline cracks or other imperfections. This is sound advice if you have any expectation of  ...
10 Things You Should Inspect When Buying an Antique Doll
Before you purchase any antique bisque doll, you need to inspect the doll. If you are ... Does The Bisque Have Hairline Cracks, Restoration or Other Damage?
Antique Dolls 1800s-1920s - Doll Collecting - About.com
Explore antique dolls--everything from the earliest Queen Annes to the popular French and German ... Buying Damaged Antique Dolls: Is It Ever a Good Idea?
Top 10 Tips To Protect And Preserve Your Dolls - Doll Collecting
Although collectors generally think of preservation when they think of antique and vintage dolls, modern dolls are also very susceptible to damage from time and ...
Fabulous Fragments - Doll Collecting - About.com
art dolls, doll shards, art from found objects, Mary Hillier Dolls and Dollmakers, ... Bebe Marie, misfit dolls, paper dolls, mixed media, shadowbox, damaged dolls.
Your Worse Doll Collecting Mistake - Readers Tell Their Stories
Sometimes a fastener on a doll's dress simply needs to be resewn, but usually the stuff is stained, damaged and worthless to a collector. Just wait--99 times out  ...
Buying and Selling Dolls: Values, Reviews and More - Doll Collecting
Information on buying and selling dolls, including doll prices and doll values, doll ... Top 10 Mistakes of Doll Collecting Newbies · Buying Damaged Antique Dolls ...
General Principles of Doll Conservation: How To Make Your ...
How to conserve your dolls to prevent damage. Conservation for preservation of dolls.
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