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  1. Kewpies And Beyond

    By Shelley Armitage. The life and work of the fascinating creator of the Kewpie doll. Hardbound. 226 pages. Bibliography. Many examples of O'Neill artwork shown. 7'' x 10''. BB-492 Learn More
    $40.00

  2. Little Houses by Side of Road

    By Florence Theriault. Dollhouses are wish homes. The dozens of dollhouses in this beautifully photographed book include examples by German firms such as Moritz Gottschalk and Christian Hacker, American firms such as R. Bliss, many other commercial homes by unidentified firms, as well as rare antique one of a kind homes. Close up detail photographs include porches, gazebos, porticos, and even elevators. Also included are examples of commercial antique dollhouse furniture. Hardbound, 112 pages, full color. 10" x 10". Includes Price Key. BT-203 Learn More

    Regular Price: $49.00

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  3. Ladies Of Hertwig Softbound

    The German porcelain firm of Hertwig produced outstanding figurals. During the early years of the 20th century they produced an annual catalogue and this fabulous new book reprints all “the ladies” from those Hertwig catalogue pages. Included are half-dolls, bathing beauties, Art Deco ladies, nudies, and flapper ladies. 8 ½” x 11”. Softbound. 80 pages. BT-201

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    Regular Price: $35.00

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  4. Ciesliks German Doll Marks

    Luckily for today's antique doll collectors German doll firms were very careful about placing identifying marks on their work. Until now; however, there was never a definitive work on the assorted markings. German Doll Marks, compiled by Jurgen and Marianne Cieslik, is the definitive work on every single mold number, word, or symbol you will find on an antique German bisque doll. If it's not in this book, it's not German. BT-199

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    Regular Price: $29.00

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  5. Cieslik's Moritz Gottschalk- Dollhouses, Doll Rooms, Kitchens, Stores

    By Marianne and Jurgen Cieslik. The Moritz Gottschalk firm of Germany was the premiere dollhouse maker during the late 19th and early 20th century, but collectors have never had a reliable way to identify their dollhouses. Marianne and Jurgen Cieslik, the noted German doll historians, are changing that as they have located the original factory illustrations of Gottschalk catalogs from the years 1892-1931, and are presenting them in their latest book. More than 600 authentic archival illustrations of Moritz Gottschalk are presented, and they are conveniently arranged in order of production. Hardbound. 12 1/2" x 9". 256 pages. BT-197 Learn More

    Regular Price: $65.00

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  6. Hertwig & Co. 1890-1937

    By Florence Theriault. Locked behind the walls of East Germany, the treasures of the Hertwig Porcelain Factory remained hidden for more than a half century. Now, a book of those treasures has been prepared with photos of 1000's of documented examples from the original archives. Included are all bisque dolls, Kewpies, now babies, comic nodders, animals, character dolls, dollhouse dolls, half- dolls, and figurines. Hardbound, 136 pages with price key.

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  7. German Doll Studies: Historic Doll Research from the Published Archives of Cieslik's Puppenmagazin

    The authors of the long out-of-print German Doll Encyclopedia are the publishers of Ciesliks Puppenmagazin, which was named The best doll magazine in the world at an international doll conference in Paris, France. Unfortunately, that magazine was published in the German language and its wonderful research was a "closed book" to English language collectors. Good news! An English language edition of important articles from that magazine is available in this deluxe hardbound edition. Its exceptional research will change many notions of "who made what" as well as solve many old mysteries. This is a must have book for any serious collector. Hardbound with 332 pages and over 400 photographs, most of which are in color. 9" x 12". Learn More
    $75.00

  8. 1924 Emil Bauersachs Reprint

    Emile Bauersachs was one of the most important German doll export firms in the early 1900's. The discovery of a rare catalog from that firm, issued in 1924, offers a wealth of information on bisque dolls, mechanical toys, and other playthings. Recognizable in the catalog are dolls from Gebruder Heubach and Franz Schmidt, including child dolls, making this a great idea source for doll costumes. Hardbound, 56 pages. BT-175

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    Regular Price: $39.00

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  9. The 1924 K*R Catalog

    The discovery of two rare original catalogs of the Kammer and Reinhardt firm has made this volume possible. Both catalogs, 1924-1925 and 1926-1927 are combined in this reprint. Bisque child dolls, character models, exotic dolls, babies, googlies, flappers- even half dolls and dollhouse dolls are featured. Other useful sections include body parts, wigs, and costumes. An original price list is useful to today's collectors appraising rarity of existing examples. An invaluable reference, but you'll enjoy just browsing too. Hardbound, 112 pages with 288 photographs. 9 ½" x 12". Learn More

    Regular Price: $39.00

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  10. The Kewpie Kompanion

    By Cynthia Gaskill. Over 325 Kewpie collectibles designed by Rose O’Neill including bisque figures, paper ephemera, and porcelain dinnerware are thoroughly documented. Softbound, 140 full-color photographs spread over 64 pages. 8" x 8". With Price Key. BT-147 Learn More

    Regular Price: $35.00

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  11. The Genius Moritz Gottschalk

    By Evelyn Ackerman. Blue and red-roofed doll houses, toy stores, kitchens, stables, theaters, and other miniature structures from the late-19th century German firm are presented in beautiful detail. Doll houses and stores from 1880 to the mid- 1930's are presented with detailed descriptions. A fascinating and inspiring book for the dollhouse collector and a great source of history for the architectural scholar. Hardbound, 224 pages with over 300 photographs. 8 ½" x 11". Learn More
    $45.00

  12. Elastolin: Miniature Figures from Hausser, Volume II

    Miniature soldiers, cowboys, Indians, zoo scenes, and village and street scenes from the renowned German firm are featured in the second volume of the Hausser series. 8 1/2" x 11". Softbound. 79 pages. With Price Key. BT-117 Learn More

    Regular Price: $33.00

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