Doll Advertiser 35 : Autumn 2015
The 35th Edition of the Doll Advertiser is now available.
The Doll Advertiser is an A4 colour Magazine with 64 pages, many interesting features, useful information and contacts for all Doll enthusiasts.
Features include : A Sampler dated 1837 | Tête Jumeau | Welcome Letter | Bohams Sale | Elizabethan Make Up | Armand Marseille 990 | Armand Marseille 390n | Victorian Doll’s House | Palitoy’s Paliglide Walking Talking Doll | Palitoy Tiny Tears Dolls 1966-69 | First Do No Harm | Harley-Davidson Barbie Dolls | Joyce Patterson | Sasha Dolls | Bean and Gone | 25th Festival of Artist Dolls | Pumpkins | New Book of Paper Dolls | Baking Day (poem) | Tour de Yorkshire | Victorian Porcelain Ornaments | Collect-Hit
Hope you all had good holidays this summer. We had some excitement this year in Bridlington with the “Tour de Yorkshire” cyclist race starting here on the 1st May (see pages 56 & 57).
Harley-Davidson motor bikes and Barbie dolls that’s something different as Kitturah Westenhouser explains in her article.
Here in England antique dolls are still going strong. Palitoy’s Paliglide Walking Talking doll by Chris Wimsey and Palitoy Tiny Tears by Janet Rawnsley seem to be as popular as ever. Care in cleaning old dolls has to be a delicate matter and in Carol Pierrepont’s article tells you how to care for those hard plastic dolls.
Who couldn’t resist this lovely Victorian doll’s house described by Colette Mansell Gray.
Even with many years experience, Joyce Patterson has never ending ideas about creating her elf dolls.
Elena Lisina still continues with her Artist Doll Fairs in Russia every year and there are some amazing doll artists out there.
Face make up, that’s interesting, especially in the 16th century when people did not know about the disadvantage of face cosmetics. Thank goodness, we are more advanced today.