A ROYAL ROMANCE PAPER DOLLS. Peggy Jo Rosamund. Featuring: The Prince, The Princess, and the Royal Heir. 3 Dolls With four pages of costumes - Plus THE WEDDING PARTY and the Bishop. All in full color. Walnut Creek: The Evergreen Press, 1983. Oblong folio. A great item for Princess Diana & Prince Charles collectors! In MINT condition.
TRICIA PAPER DOLL. WHITE HOUSE TOUR GAME FOR TWO PLAYERS. White House Stand-Up. 15 Costume Pieces. No. 4248. (Saalfield), 1970. 4to. The artist for this paper doll book was JEANNE VOELZ. TRICIA NIXON doll and 4 pages of costumes. MINT condition.
FOUR PLAYMATE CUT OUT DOLLS WITH TOY CUT OUT. #125. Circa 1940. Unknown publisher. Folio. Four dolls, six pages of costumes, and 2 cut out toys with toy chest. The costumes are printed in pastel colors. Cover wear.
DOLLY DINGLE. (GRACE G.DRAYTON). PLAYTIME PAGES. 100 YEARS OF PAPER DOLLS. Jack & Jill, April, 1959. 8vo. A four page folded extract from the magazine. The paper doll featured for this issue was DOLLY DINGLE as she was first published in May, 1916. Together with JOSIE, her doll and PUSSY PRECIOUS, her cat. An adorable doll with two outfits and one hat. Her doll Josie has two outfits and two hats. Even her cat comes with an outfit! Small split at centerfold plus puncture marks caused by stapl ...click for details
"ROYAL REGIE" and "LOVELY LILLY" RAPHAEL TUCK DOLLS. PLAYTIME PAGES. 100 YEARS OF PAPER DOLLS. Jack and Jill Magazine, October, 1958. 8vo. A four page folded extract from the Jack & Jill Magazine. Doll 1.) "ROYAL REGIE" has two costumes and two hats. Doll 2.) "Lovely Lilly" has three dresses and one hat. These two dolls were originally issued in the 1890s as part of "THE PRINCE-PRINCESS SERIES'. Note: the centerfold crease has puncture marks f ...click for details
TAGLIONI & JENNY LIND PAPER DOLLS. The first in the series "PLAYTIME PAGES. 100 YEARS OF PAPER DOLLS". JACK AND JILL MAGAZINE, March, 1958. A four page folded extract (all connected). This is the first in the "Playtime Pages", to be offered in chronological order, on a monthly basis by the magazine. Two dolls - Taglioni & Jenny Lind start the series. Doll 1.) Taglioni first appeared circa 1840. She is shown as a double-sided doll with costumes for "William Tell&q ...click for details