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  1. The Fabulous Fifties

    Featuring important American dolls from the Golden Age of the 1950s, all from private collections highlighted by the fine Alexander collection of Gail Gavit of Texas, and including more than 500 lots of exceptional beauties and rarities. The auction begins with nearly 200 Alexander dolls, continues with 100 delightful Ginny dolls by Vogue, moves onto Mary Hoyer, Muffie, and 40 fashionable Miss Revlon dolls. More than 50 sought-after Barbies then move to the stage, followed by Tammy, and finally G.I. Joe. The extraordinary auction showcases four very fine private collections, offering wonderful dolls from the decade (and a bit into the 60s) that made American dolls into the pinnacle of doll making for its era. 8 1/2" x 11". Softbound. 144 pages. Includes Price Key. Learn More
    $49.00

  2. A Certain Style Madame Alexander

    By Cynthia Gaskill. Over 400 dolls by the Alexander firm are included in this full-color book. Featured are 100’s of rare early 8" fashion ladies. Composition dolls are included as well as the later hard plastic dolls. Of special note are dolls with unique coiffures and costumes and dolls from the Portrait Series- including the Portrait Dolls of Madame Alexander herself. A fascinating perspective of the doll world of Madame Alexander. Softbound, 136 pages with 228 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". Includes Price Key. BT-165 Learn More

    Regular Price: $45.00

    Special Price $10.00

  3. Classic Plastic: American Dolls 1945/65

    By Cynthia Gaskill. 300 rare dolls in their original costumes are identified with detailed descriptions. Special emphasis is placed on costume detail, unusual construction features and coiffures. A value key is included to assist the reader in checking what a particular doll has sold for. Softbound, 88 pages with 150 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". BT-161 Learn More

    Regular Price: $39.00

    Special Price $10.00

  4. The Collector's World of Raggedy Ann & Andy, Volume I

    By Andrew Tabbat. Raggedy Ann has "survived wars, the Great Depression, recessions, Barbie, a TV series and polyester, all with a cheerful smile on her face." So begins this book about America's most classic doll. In Volume I the author follows the Raggedy Ann and Andy from year 1880- 1934. Included are not only dolls, but many other related Raggedy Ann paraphernalia, from books to dishes, from play sets to cookie jars. Hardbound, 128 pages with 249 color photographs. Learn More
    $39.00

  5. The Legendary Dolls Of Madame Alexander

    By Cynthia Gaskill. Doll rarities by Madame Alexander from the years 1945-1965 are presented in this book including early portraits and Glamour Girl series. Detailed photographs of exquisite costumes and coiffeurs are shown. More than 300 dolls are identified and valued. Softbound, 96 pages with 198 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". Includes Price Key. Learn More
    $39.00

  6. Golden Age Of American Dolls, 1945-1965

    By Cynthia Gaskill. Fabulous 1950-era dolls by Mattel, Ideal, Alexander, Vogue, Effanbee, Terri Lee, and others are featured here in 126 color photographs with detailed descriptions. Special attention is given to the Ginny Doll by Vogue - over 90 different models are included. With price key. An essential reference guide for the American doll collector. Softbound, 72 pages with 126 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". Includes Price Key. BT-149 Learn More

    Regular Price: $33.00

    Special Price $10.00

  7. Kathe Kruse I.D. Guide

    By Christa and Lotte Xenidis. Doll collectors have only recently realized the importance of these unique dolls. This guide will help the collector identify their early Kathe Kruse dolls in an easy format. Full color models are shown along with special rarity guide. 40 pages. 8 1/2" x 11". BT-145 Learn More

    Regular Price: $19.95

    Special Price $5.00

  8. More American Dolls from the Post War Era

    By Cynthia Gaskill. From Ginny dolls to Barbies from Alexander dolls to Horseman dolls from paper dolls to Campbell Kids--350 different American dolls from 1945-1965 are presented in explicit photographs with detailed descriptions about marks, costumes and value. Rarity features noted. Value key included. Softbound, 96 pages with 76 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". Includes Price Key. BT-138 Learn More

    Regular Price: $33.00

    Special Price $10.00

  9. Barbie Id Guide

    By Florence Theriault. If you get confused by the many models of Barbie you'll want this book. Full page photographs of 25 early models 1959-1972, with quick-reference diagrams. Photographs of marks from various periods and tips on "hidden" extra value features you might not notice. Softbound, 32 pages with 64 color photographs. 8 ½" x 11". BT-132 Learn More

    Regular Price: $19.95

    Special Price $10.00

  10. Lenci, The History And Dolls By Nancy Lazenby

    By Nancy Lazenby. The most comprehensive book on the beloved Italian cloth dolls includes chapters on each of the series, with special attention to rarities and identification. More than 450 color photographs, chronology of labels. Hardbound, 224 pages. 12" x 9". Learn More
    $58.00

  11. Characters of R. John Wright: An Unauthorized Identification & Price Guide

    Characters of R. John Wright: An Unauthorized Identification & Price Guide. Written by Shirley Bertrand. Hardcover. 9" x 11-1/2". Learn More
    $10.00

  12. American Composition Dolls, 1900-1950, Vol II

    By Ursula Mertz. Volume II continues the fabulous research on the devoted collector and scholar. 385 pages with thousands of well-documented dolls, and clues to identification. This is a much needed and long-awaited book important to every doll library. Hardbound, full color. 8 ½" x 11". Learn More
    $30.00

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