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  1. Fitting and Proper, Doll Costumes & Accessories

    Over 300 antique costumes, bonnets, shoes and accessories ranging from early costumes to French fashions for poupées to stunning silk and velvet bébé costumes, and charming costumes for child and character dolls. 8 1Ž2" x 11". Softbound. 112 pages. BT-281. Learn More

    Regular Price: $49.00

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  2. La Poupee Modele, Volume II

    Authentic patterns from the magazine La Poupee Modele 1876-1885. For nearly 70 years this French children's magazine issued doll patterns in their monthly magazine. Collectors know they are invaluable but they just can't be found. Now Francois Theimer, noted French doll historian has compiled 112 patterns from the magazine for the nine year period of 1876- 1888, which are presented here with English language instructions. Included are fashion and bebe costumes, as well as delightful accessory surprises for children to make. A miniature doll book, for example, is re- created here, ready for you to cut and assemble. A must have book. 9" x 12". Hardbound. 144 pages.BB-635 Learn More

    Regular Price: $75.00

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  3. Bleuette Clothing Patterns, 1905-1916

    By Louise Hedrick and barbara Hilliker. A unique collaboration between doll historian and doll costumer, the book presents a 30 piece wardrobe for Bluette, shown in full color with close up detail views. Hardbound, 176 pages. Learn More
    $50.00

  4. The Way They Wore: Doll Costumes and Accessories, 1850- 1925

    By Florence Theriault. Doll fashion has traditionally mirrored people fashion — in its choice of style, fabrics, colors, and construction. For today’s fashion student doll fashion is truly a “model” of the way &mdash and what &mdash they wore. This volume describes and features over 400 French and German antique doll dresses, shoes, parasols, bonnets, baby clothes &mdash many with front and back views, and accessories. Intricate details of construction and trim are explained. This is an invaluable source of information for the doll collector, doll dress-maker, and today's fashion student. Softbound, 120 pages with 203 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". BT-128 Learn More

    Regular Price: $33.00

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  5. My Favorite Patterns for Dressing Antique Dolls, 1865- 1925. Volume I

    By Evelyn Ackerman. Each Volume contains 38 full size patterns for doll costumes with easy to follow step by step instructions. 8 1/2" X 11". Softbound. 133 pages. Learn More
    $29.95

  6. In Their Fashion: Doll Costumes and Accessories, 1850- 1925

    By Florence Theriault. Antique doll fashions are not only accurate representations of passing styles, but also useful study tools in construction, materials, fabrics, uses of color, and proper draping and accessorizing. In this volume the doll collector will find another 450 antique doll costumes with special chapters on the French fashion doll. Included are also bonnets, shoes, white wear, jewelry, and accessories. Front and rear views and construction details with helpful sketches give the reader a comprehensive view of the garments and accessories. Softbound, 144 pages, 275 color photographs. 8 &12;" x 11". BT-139 Learn More

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  7. Trousseau Of Blondinette

    By Florence Theriault. A remarkable discovery of one little girl's Huret doll, trousseau, and furniture was made in a chateau in Rouen, France in the spring of 1894. In this volume every item of this amazing 150-piece trousseau is shown in full color and vivid detail- an accurate testimony to the French doll fashions of the years 1862- 1867. Detailed descriptions make this book an unparalleled guide for the doll collector of French fashion dolls and a fascinating reference book for the student of fashion. Hard bound, 80 pages with 155 color photographs. Learn More
    $33.00

  8. Stitches In Time: Doll Costumes and Accessories, 1950- 1925

    By Florence Theriault. As collecting of doll costumes becomes more serious, and as prices of these rare little objects increase, knowledge concerning age and authenticity becomes more important. Third in the quartet of books by the noted author on antique doll costumes, this volume features 400 different antique doll dresses, shoes, parasols, baby clothes, fashion gowns, and bonnets. Included are fine French silk bebe costumes as well as simple cotton frocks. A valuable resource book for the doll collector. Softbound, 135 pages with 250 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". BT-158 Learn More

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  9. What Dolls Wore Before: Doll Costumes and Accessories, 1850- 1925

    By Florence Theriault. This is the fourth book in a series by the noted author. Nearly 500 antique dolls costumes, shoes, bonnets, baby clothes, undergarments, pinafores, mariner costumes, and folkloric costumes are featured in beautiful explicit photographs. Detailed descriptions help the reader identify materials and construction techniques, how to choose an appropriate costume and how to preserve these rare and fragile reminders of a fashionable past. This is a book for the doll collector and the student of historical fashions. A value guide is included. Softbound, 152 pages. 8 ½" x 11". BT-172 Learn More

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  10. French Dolls in Folklore Costume, 1835- 1917

    By Florence Theriault. If you believe that ''costume is language'' then these dolls speak volumes. And so eloquently, too. A collection of nearly 100 dolls, each wearing their original costume from various regions of France, is presented along with detailed photographs showing the numerous elements of each costume. Original engravings, postcards, and historical material document the dolls. Hardbound, 180 pages. 10" x 10". BT-185 Learn More

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  11. The Ribbon Is Free - Softbound Copy

    By Florence Theriault. What was the secret of 19th-century milliners? How could they turn a simple silk ribbon into an artwork? Yet as the 150 antique doll bonnets shown in this book prove they did just that. Softbound. BT-189S. $39 Learn More
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  12. Perfectly Fitting: Antique Doll Costumes & Accessories, 1840- 1925

    This is the fifth in a series of books about antique doll costumes by Florence Theriault, and the title aptly describes the importance of stylish mode and perfect fit in the clothing of a doll. Includes hundreds of costumes, undergarments, and many accessories such as bonnets, parasols, jewelry, and shoes. Each item is carefully photographed, many with front and rear views, and with many detailed close- ups showing construction and decorative techniques. Divided into chapters by various decades, the collector will find the book a useful guide to dressing their doll. Softbound, 140 pages, full color. 8 ½" x 11" Learn More
    $39.00

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