Doll Advertiser 26 : Spring 2011
The 26th Edition of the Doll Advertiser originally issued in Spring 2011
Features include :
The Rocking Horse | A Rare French Fashion Doll | Nunnington Hall | A Walk Through the World of Antique Dolls | Hairstyles of the Porcelain Shoulder Headed Dolls | Shirley Temple Memorabilia at the Vina Cooke Doll Museum | Early Victorian Wooden Brick Blockj Puzzle | Sandra Fellner (1939 – 2010) | Kammer & Reinhardt Character Doll | Marie – France Beglan Miniatures | Temple Newsam House | Victorian Valentine Card | From Pianos to Barbies | “Bo- Pepp” | Nurses | Going to Sea | Superstar | Boudoir Dolls | Scooter Invasion at Bridlington | The 16th Festival of Artist Dolls in Ekaterinburg | Did You Know
Once again I am delighted to present the April 2011 issue of the Magazine. Like always it has been a juggling act to complete this issue with all the other commitments on a day to day basis. My husband recently had a hip replacement, but I am please to say everything is back to normal. At least he could help me with the magazine.
There are lots of interesting features in this issue – The Rocking Horse and its makers, Museums, Barbie, Superstar, etc. An article from David Barrington tells us about doll dealers and will continue to give us m ore gossip in the next issue.
A new venue of a Doll Fair on the 8th May is taking place at The Vina Cooke Museum of Dolls. This will be held in their grounds and includes some entertainment by folk dancers. Something to look forward to!
Like always, I hope you will enjoy reading this issue.