Doll Advertiser 31 : Autumn 2013
The 31st Edition of the Doll Advertiser originally issued in Autumn 2013
Features include :
Laura Ashey’s Doll | China Shoulder Head Doll | Bisque Shoulder Head Doll | Mannequins Great and Small | Skipping Rope or Jump Rope | Mary Ellen Best | Triang 1930’s Dolls’Prams | The Tale of Teddy and Golly | Norah Wellings Jockey & Horse | Mary Quant’s Daisy Doll | The Krahmer Doll | Huret Paper Doll | How Paper Dolls Reflect Society | Fashion Designers for Barbie Dolls | Francois Gaultier | The Marshall Aid Plan & How British Doll | Manufacturing was to change forever | Thirty Five Years of Collecting Barbie | Fantanima! | Old Miniature Dresses & Bonnets | Doll & Toy Museum | Vina’s Doll Gallery | Peggy Nisbet – Margaret Thatcher | Daisy Dolls | Precious Pets | Books for Collectors
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the 31st edition of the Doll Advertiser.
Hope you all had a good summer and made the most of the heat wave in July! It is always cooler on the coast but still it has been extremely hot here in Bridlington and lots of people made the most of the beach.
Once again Kitturah Westenhouser has written an article on Fashion Designers for Barbie dolls. In terms of collecting, she must have one of the largest collection of Barbie dolls in America. Also in this magazine you will find articles of two well known fashion designers from the 1960’s and 1970’s, Laura Ashley and Mary Quant.
The Tale of Teddy and Golly by Beryl K. Dore is a story with a happy ending.
Furthermore, there are some interesting facts about the British Doll Manufacturing by Carol Pierrepont.