Doll Makers & Marks: A Guide to Identification

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Antique Trader Books, 1999 - Antiques & Collectibles - 399 pages
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An indispensable tool for authenticating pieces and weeding out forgeries, this book is destined to become a standard reference for doll collectors and dealers. It provides a description of each manufacturer's production history, doll mold characteristics, and illustrated examples of each maker's mark.

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Dawn Herlocheras devotion to dolls began more than 35 years Dawn Herlocheras devotion to dolls began more than 35 years ago, and has evolved into a professional passion. She travelago, and has evolved into a professional passion. She travels the country conducting seminars and lectures on the topic,s the country conducting seminars and lectures on the topic, serving as a consultant for historical societies, private c serving as a consultant for historical societies, private collections and museums. Sheas also the author of 200 Years oollections and museums. Sheas also the author of 200 Years of Dolls and Warmanas Dolls Field Guide, both published by Krf Dolls and Warmanas Dolls Field Guide, both published by Krause Publications. ause Publications.

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