By Florence Theriault. Throughout history, lady dolls have been both fashion mannequins and children's playthings. In the 19th century they were both. Privileged children owned lady dolls of paper mache, china, and bisque with extraordinary wardrobes and accessories. The objects of childhood dreams, the dolls also served as lessons in proper dressing and demeanor. Hundreds of German and French dolls and their fashions are featured in this hardcover, full color book. Price Key Included. 7 1/2" x 10 & 1/2". 144 pages. BT-208
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