PEEK-A-BOO BABY PAPER DOLL. Whitman, 1981. 4to. Contains one doll, accessories, and four pages of costumes. In MINT uncut condition.
STRAWBERRY SUE PAPER DOLL. Whitman, 1978. 4to. One doll, strawberry cart (to assemble), and four pages of costumes. In MINT uncut condition.
STORY-BOOK BEANS PAPER DOLLS. Whitman, 1980. 4to. Three dolls: LITTLE BO-PEEP; LITTLE MISS MUFFET; LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. Four pages of costumes and three Storybook Stages to assemble. In MINT uncut condition.
ORIGINAL ART. TWO TEDDY BEAR PAPER DOLLS BY EK. Circa 1970. Created by a member of The Maryland Doll Club. Each Teddy Bear is signed on the reverse with the artist's initials "EK" (see enlargement 5). The artist is possibly Emily King - a former President of the Maryland Doll Club. Each bear (boy & girl) has a slightly flocked surface giving them a fuzzy appearance. The costumes are finely painted in watercolor...
TEDDY BEARS. MY VERY FIRST PAPER DOLLS. Whitman, 1978. 4to. Two Teddy Bear dolls (boy & girl) and six pages of costumes. In MINT uncut condition.
AMERICAN BEAUTY PAPER DOLLS WITH DRESSES WORN BY WHITE HOUSE LADIES. Actual Dresses Worn By America's First Ladies 1789-1951. Merrill. 1951. A CUT SET. The set contains 2 dolls and a COMPLETE set of FIFTEEN DRESSES with ALL (BUT ONE) HATS (missing the hat for Ida McKinley)...
A COLLECTION OF SEVENTY-TWO INDIVIDUAL BETSY McCALL PAPER DOLL SHEETS FROM 1958-1970. The McCall Publishing Co. 4to. Separate sheets extracted from McCall's Magazine and dated from 1958-1970. All in UNCUT CONDITION. Sold as a lot. Betsy McCall first appeared as a paper doll in the May, 1951 issue of McCall's Magazine. Most were drawn by Ginnie Hoffman. Betsy's popularity led to her appearance as an actual doll...
KATE GREENAWAY PAPER DOLLS IN FULL COLOR. By Kathy Allert. New York: Dover, 1981. 4to. 32 pages. Contains four dolls and 28 costumes ALL printed on heavy stock. Kathy Allert has captured the Victorian charm of Kate Greenaway's inimitable style with her authentic period costumes. Kate Greenaway (1846-1901) was one of England's most popular illustrator/authors of the 19th century. In MINT uncut condition.
KATE GREENAWAY ANTIQUE EMBOSSED CUT-OUT PAPER DOLLS. N.Y.: Merrimack, no date (circa 1979). A single sheet, as issued, containing four dolls and twelve costume pieces. A modern replica of an antique original. In MINT uncut condition.
SONJA HENIE PAPER DOLLS. Merrill No.3475, 1939. A CUT SET with two dolls (of three dolls) - the set is missing doll number 2. Doll #1 has a complete set of SEVEN costumes but is missing it's accessories. Doll #3 has NINE of it's original ten costumes and is missing it's accessories. A total of SIXTEEN (of 17) dresses. Doll #1 has a light crease to one wrist. Doll #2 is perfect. All dresses are in excellent condition. This set is sold as-is. ORIGINAL - not a reproduction.
ANTIQUE GERMAN BISQUE PAPER DOLLS. BY JANET NASON. The Collector's Art Series. Evergreen Press, 1977. Folio. Contains five dolls and four pages of costumes. In MINT uncut condition.
OLD FASHIONED EMBOSSED SHAKESPEARE CHARACTERS CUT-OUT PAPER DOLL AND COSTUMES SHEET. New York: Merrimack, 1979. A large single sheet containing one doll, four costumes, and four headpieces (all embossed and based on the antique original). The costumes represent the following Shakespearean characters: 1.) JULIET; 2.)CLEOPATRA; 3.) LADY MACBETH; and, 4.)ROSALIND. In MINT uncut condition.
ANNIE PAPER DOLL BOOK. Happy House, 1982. 4to. Contains one Annie doll plus Sandy and 4 pages of costumes and accessories. In MINT uncut condition.
THE P.E.T.PAPER DOLL DRESS-UP BOOK. Graham Pilsworth. Here's Your Chance To Cut Him Out and Cut Him Up. Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1982. 4to. A paper doll book featuring CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER PIERRE ELLIOTT TRUDEAU (1919-2000). Trudeau was Canada's 15th Prime Minister from 1968-1978 and again from 1980-1984. He is shown here in a rather amusing, albeit, unflattering light with one doll and SIXTEEN PAGES of costumes and accessories. In MINT uncut condition.
CUTTING UP WITH RAMONA. PAPER CUT UP FUN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Beverly Cleary. Pictures by JoAn Lorraine Scribner. Dell, 1983. FIRST EDITION. 4to. Four dolls and eleven pages of costumes. In MINT uncut condition.