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  1. A Fine Pretending Tea

    Join Theriault's for an exceptional auction of fine antique dolls – more than 400 will be auctioned in the Saturday catalog session ranging from very rare French bees highlighted by a petite kid-bodied A.T. Bebe from a private family owner, to rare German bisque characters including Hertel and Schwab's 111 solemn faced girl. An Exceptional group of dolls formerly in the Cleveland Museum of Art collection will be sold to benefit their education department collection and includes outstanding examples of early Edo period Japanese dolls, a fine group of Chinese Wooden Door of Hope dolls, and superb wooden crib figured from 18th/19th century Europe. There are American cloth dolls, bisque mignonettes, Schoenhuts, American folk dolls, French poupees, automata, early paper mache, Sasha studio, and even an grand studio-sized dinosaur from Steiff. We invite you to join them and 100's of other dolls at Theriault's catalog auction on Saturday, May 31, 2008. Learn More
    $49.00

  2. Dimples And Sawdust

    By Florence Theriault. The legendary doll collection of early doll author and connoisseur, Madaline Selfridge, is presented in rich colors, against a background of delicate early valentines and paper ephemera also collected by her. 8" X 11". Softbound. 148 pages. Price key included. BT-265 Learn More

    Regular Price: $59.00

    Special Price $10.00

  3. Playful Art

    Featuring dolls from the private collection of John Axe, more than 250 dolls that were the beloved playthings of American children from 1920's to 1960's. Ranging from wonderful Shirley Temple dolls #1 Barbies to Pinocchio, Dionne Quintuplets Charlie McCarthy and other celebrity and character composition models.9 1/2" x 9 1/2". Softbound. 124 pages. With Price Key. Learn More
    $39.00

  4. Last Loveliest Smile

    Splendid dolls with lovely smiles or wistful faces are present throughout the nearly 400 lot auction of rare antique dolls, and offer choices galore for every collector. From doll furniture to early lady dolls wonderful bisque models with sculpted hair. Learn More
    $49.00

  5. In a Perfect World

    A world-class auction highlighted by a bevy of beautiful Jumeau dolls. While Jumeau dolls give focus to the day the auction highlights important dolls by other French makers, too. Notable is the presentation of an outstanding doll by Albert Marque, #65 from the series of 100 dolls that were created in 1916. The doll was acquired by a private North Carolina collector in 1943 from the noted Charlotte antique dealer, Mr. Tipton, and remained in her loving care for more than 65 years. Softbound with over 300 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". 132 pages. Price Key Included. Learn More
    $59.00

  6. The Dolls In The House at the Top of the Hill

    June Ellen Lane of Lake Arrowhead, California lived in a house at the top of a long and winding hill. Her remarkable doll collection peopled every room in the house in cabinets and scenes that were the delight of every visiting collector who made the trip to visit her. Although her collection spanned every category including very rare automata and French bebes, her special love and focus were lady dolls, including the rarest of French poupees, the finest of early English wooden, and superb German paper maches. the extensive collection was sold in a two day auction as was her wish. Hardbound, 216 pages with over 450 color photographs and value key. 10" x 10". BT-285 Learn More

    Regular Price: $69.00

    Special Price $25.00

  7. Stars, A Two Volume Set, Featuring Four Important Collections

    Three days of auctions that will span throughout a two-volume catalog with nearly 1000 pieces. Best of all, the diversity it will offer is like no other January before in that it features the collections of four major figures who have been beloved in their circle of the doll world: Mary Young of Atlanta, Margaret George of Atlanta, Mary Marxen of Cincinnati, and Mildred Adkins of Louisville. Each brought their own personality and love of dolls into the world of collecting for decades and as a result will showcase a complete history of dolls in virtually every genre imaginable. 10" x 10". Hardbound. 312 pages. With Price Key Learn More
    $79.00

  8. Gentleman Bespoken

    Highlighted by Part I of the superb private collection of Estelle Johnston of Atlanta, Georgia, meticulously collected over a half century, with notable attention to originality of historic costuming. The collection includes remarkable early dolls that are virtually unfound today. With other significant dolls from long-held private collections. 450 lot auction catalog, comprising 180 pages in full color. 8" x 11.5". Learn More
    $49.00

  9. Buckskin & Beads, Native American Folk Dolls

    By Florence Theriault. The 77 dolls presented in this book are a single family collection assembled during the first third of the 20th century representing dolls from 1890-1935. Since each doll was identified by source at the time of its collecting, the book is a valuable guide for today's collectors. Included are one of a kind folk dolls as well as those sponsored by cultural organizations such as the Haskell Institute. Softbound, 50 pages with 83 color photographs. 8" x 8". Includes Price Key. Learn More
    $19.00

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