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Collectors will love this warm encyclopaedia guide to these distinctive baby boomer dolls of the 1940s and 1950s. All dolls are pictured in colour with their original costumes and the latest collector prices.
Marlene Hochman,Ringbound - RINGBOUND, English-language edition,Pub by Portfolio Press Corporation
This is the definitive Alexander identification and price guide. Glenn Mandeville updated his ever-popular guide on Madame Alexander dolls. Over 2,000 listings and prices of dolls made from the early 1920s through 1999. Featuring One-of-a-kind and Special dolls, too. Identification tips and features of the Alexander Doll Faces plus other great tips for collectors. A must-have for every Madame Alexander doll collectors.
A Collector’s Comprehensive Guide to Madame Alexander International Dolls OVERVIEW: This volume is dedicated to the 8-inch Alexander-kin dolls that portrayed everyday inhabitants of sixty-three foreign countries in their distinctive regional and/or national dress. They were manufactured in Harlem, New York by the Alexander Doll Company – the last bastion of the “Made in U.S.A.” doll – from 1961 to 1990. AUDIENCE: The manual is a broad reference for dealers and collectors of Madame Alexander International
Softcover doll book "Collector's Guide to Dolls In Uniform; Identification & Values" Author: Joseph Bourgeois Publisher: Collector Books a Division of Schroeder Publishing Co., Inc. 150 pages Pre-Owned copy with no signs of usage. No damage whatsoever...looks brand new. Large format measuring 8-1/2" x 11". Informative guide to identifying types and makers of dolls dressed in uniform, with comprehensive pricing information based on condition. See photo of Contents page for specifics. Color photography by the
For 35 years Madame Alexander Collector's Dolls Price Guide has been one of our top-selling doll books. Each year, long-time collector and author, Linda Crowsey updates values and adds new color photographs to produce a completely revised book. The alphabetical listings include nearly every Madame Alexander doll and the newest store specials and limited editions - Madame Alexander Doll Club Convention dolls and those exclusive to members only, Neiman-Marcus dolls, QVC/Home Shopping Network exclusives,
Soft cover reference book, by Cindy Sabulis, Collector's Guide to Dolls of the 1960s and 1970s, is 272 pages long, and has numerous color doll photos, brochure pictures, gray-scale catalog and brochure pictures, and values and information. This first edition book (1st) book is from 2000, and was printed by Collector Books, A Division of Schroeder Books. It is in new, and mint condition. The ISBN is either 13: 9781574321623 or 10: 1574321625. The values are from 2000, and this is the earlier or 1st edition
"Book annotation not available for this title.Title: Collector's Guide to Dolls of the 1960s and 1970sAuthor: Sabulis, CindyPublisher: Collector BooksPublication Date: 2004/06/15Number of Pages: 238Binding Type: PAPERBACKLibrary of Congress: 2004302506"