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Core Record Title Doll wearing pocket Collection Victoria and Albert Museum Date 1763

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The finest museum quality reproductions and restorations of and century English wooden dolls

A large wooden doll recently added to the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation collection, made by an unknown English toymaker around the time of the American Revolution.

A large wooden doll recently added to the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation collection, made by an unknown English toymaker around the time of the American Revolution.

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From the family of The Hon. Diana Sturt, daughter of 2nd Baron Alington born 1884, who married Henry 4th Baron Brougham and Vaux, a descendant of the inventor of the carriage bearing his name. By descent to the present owner.

century carved and painted wooden doll in original closed robe of pink and green figured silk and wool mix with one leading string remaining.

Superb 18th Century Wooden Doll with Original Fine Costume.

"For the Love of the Ladies" - October 2016 in Phoenix, AZ: 184 Superb Century Wooden Doll with Original Fine Costume

I have a really wonderful 24" hand carved wooden Queen Anne doll all finished here and available.  I have just named her Eloise.  She is co...

Reproduction English Wooden Queen Anne dolls hand carved 1700 by Kathy Patterson babes from the woods.

18th century Queen Anne doll named "Lady Allen".  Her costume is mostly original but some parts of the gown have been replaced with antique fabric.  To my eyes, she's prettier than some of the other dolls of this period.

The Queen Ann period doll extends from the to They are similar to above except they frequently have glass eyes. Their eye lashe.

Charming Queen Anne Georgian English Wooden Doll A True 18th C Antique | eBay

Charming,"Queen Anne-Georgian", English wooden Doll, a true 18th C. antique