14th blue book: dolls & values

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Hobby House Press, Aug 1, 1999 - Antiques & Collectibles - 336 pages
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The first, favorite, and most trusted, price guide to all types of dolls is even more colorful and reader-friendly in its 14th edition. It is organized into an "Antique" section which covers the manufacturers of the bisque, china, wax, wood, cloth and papier-mache dolls of the 19th and early 20th century and a "Modern" section which covers the makers of composition, hard plastic, vinyl, artists' dolls and more. Arranged alphabetically by manufacturer, the Blue Book features over 560 photos. This year an extensive, easier-to-read index makes the book easier to use.

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A wealth of information for the serious doll collector. The only downside is that references are made to previous issues. If you don't happen to own them, its a problem. Still a great reference guide. ... Read full review

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Foulke received a B.A. from Columbia Union College and was a school teacher for 12 years. She and her husband now devote all their time to the world of dolls.

Foulke is a professional photographer. He and his wife devote their time to the world of dolls.

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