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  • Title: NADDA
    Descriptive info: .. HOME.. ABOUT NADDA.. CODE OF ETHICS.. OFFICERS.. MEMBERSHIP INFO.. MEMBER DIRECTORY.. EDUCATIONAL PAGES.. EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS.. EVENTS.. NADDA.. Spring Event.. Greensboro, NC.. May 3-4, 2014.. Welcome!.. The National Antique Doll Dealers Association was formed to promote integrity in the doll world.. NADDA members adhere to a strict.. , and guarantee the age, attribution, and physical condition of dolls in writing upon purchase.. NADDA boasts some of the premier authorities on antique dolls among its membership, and members share their knowledge by hosting doll seminars and special exhibits nationwide.. If you're interested in buying or selling dolls, or finding the value of a doll, use the.. MEMBER DIRECTORY.. to find a NADDA dealer in your area and to link to member web  ...   our shows, ask to be put on our.. MAILING LIST.. You may enjoy reading articles on various doll topics written by some of our members on the.. or watching our.. If you are interested in joining a doll club in your area, we recommend that you contact the United Federation of Doll Clubs (UFDC) through their website at.. www.. ufdc.. org.. For all other inquiries, please contact.. Sharon Kolibaba.. THANK YOU FOR VISITING NADDA.. ORG!.. This site is owned by NADDA.. All information and digital photography contained herein are property of the owner and are not to be used or published elsewhere without the expressed written permission of the owner.. Violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law..

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  • Title: NADDA
    Descriptive info: Doll collecting is growing by leaps and bounds and is now reputed to be the second largest hobby in the United States.. As the number of collectors rapidly grew larger, the need arose for an organization of antique doll dealers that would aid in establishing trust and confidence between collector and dealer.. With this in mind, the National Antique Doll Dealers Association, Inc.. , a non-profit organization, was founded in 1986.. The primary purpose of NADDA is to assure the collecting public that members subscribe to a code of ethics in the conduct of business.. The  ...   the intention of NADDA to build a foundation of honesty and integrity so that collectors can buy with confidence, knowing that members of the National Antique Doll Dealers Association will stand behind their dolls.. At the present time, NADDA members represent 26 states, Washington D.. C.. , as well as Canada and England.. This membership includes many of the foremost authorities on doll collecting.. The National Antique Doll Dealers Association hopes to share the accumulation of their knowledge by contributing their services to advance the study of the historical significance, maintenance, restoration and classification of antique dolls..

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  • Title: Code of Ethics
    Descriptive info: Code of Ethics.. Each NADDA member has agreed in writing to abide by a code of ethics.. All merchandise for sale must be tagged and priced in dollars and cents.. All sales to be accompanied by sales receipt with dealers Name, Address, and Telephone Number.. All items must be clearly marked including identifying marks, flaws, e.. g.. , hairline cracks and chips in bisque heads.. All restorations shall be noted, including repairs of  ...   and restoration must appear on both the sales receipt and tag.. This protects buyer and seller.. NADDA has formed an Ethics Committee to assist with mediation if a disagreement or problem arises from a transaction between a NADDA member and a customer and, after all efforts have been made by them to resolve the issue, there has been no solution.. For details, please contact:.. Nancy Smith.. Email:.. nasdoll@comcast.. net.. Chair of the Ethics Committee..

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  • Title: NADDA Officers
    Descriptive info: NADDA Officers.. 2012-2014.. President: Sharon Kolibaba.. Sharon@honeyandshars.. com.. ______________________________.. Vice President: Diane Costa.. toydepot@comcast.. Secretary: Lynn Gross.. joanlynettedolls@sbcglobal.. Treasurer: Richard K.. Saxman.. ricksax@earthlink.. All information and digital photography contained herein are property of the.. owner and are not to be used or published elsewhere without the expressed written permission of the owner..

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  • Title: Nadda Membership Info
    Descriptive info: Membership Information.. Persons wishing to join NADDA must satisfy the following criteria and requirements:.. Have a minimum of 5 years experience selling antique dolls and related items as a primary part of their sales.. Obtain the sponsorship of one current NADDA member.. Provide the names and contact information for 2 references who must be dealers or customers.. (References need not be NADDA members.. ).. Must not be the proprietor or  ...   applications.. Complete the membership Application Form.. Agree to and sign the NADDA Code of Ethics.. Be willing to do at least one NADDA show every two years.. Be known to at least 10% of the current NADDA membership.. Completed applications must be received by October 15, each year.. For additional membership information and/or to make application for membership, contact:.. Pam Seifert.. Pam Seifert's Antique Dolls.. Tel 626 282 5257.. pjs91108@yahoo..

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  • Title: member list
    Descriptive info: MEMBER DIRECTORY:.. Alphabetical.. By State.. Barbara Cimino.. Jim Fernando.. Jan Howard Foulke.. Gigi Williams Giannone Sherry Baloun.. Gigi's Dolls Sherry's Teddy Bears.. Moira Hatton.. Hatton's Gallery of Dolls.. Sue Kallen.. Margaret Gray Kincaid.. Blackberry Studio.. Gert Leonard.. E G Antiques.. Karen Rockwell.. Richard Saxman.. Richard Saxman Antiques.. Mary Simonton.. Mary's Antique Dolls Accessories.. Regina A Steele.. Countess Maree Tarnowska.. Margaret Benike.. Busy B's Dolls.. Teri Foley.. Teri's Antique Dolls.. Deborah Fratino.. Deborah Fratino Antiquities.. Rachel Diane Hoffman.. Turn of the Century Antiques.. Kay Jensen-Swagerty.. Kay Jensen Antique Dolls.. Sharon Ed Kolibaba.. Honey and Shars Antique and Collectible Dolls.. Teresa Lehmbeck Leone McMullen.. Riverton Cottage Antiques.. Ann Lloyd Antique Dolls.. Connie Jay Lowe.. Sheila June Needle.. Evelyn Phillips.. Evelyn Phillips.. Antique Dolls.. Ann Pruett-Phillips.. Mary Ann Spinelli.. Lynne Shoblom.. The Victorian Retreat Antique Doll Shop.. Marlis Tabizel.. Rosalie Whyel.. Shelley Helzer.. Museum of Doll Art.. Members.. Listed Alphabetically.. click here for a printable version.. Jackie Allington.. 1335 NE 12the Avenue.. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304.. Phone/Fax 242-373-5333.. Email.. nickandjackie@gmail.. Virginia Aris.. Valentine's Antiques Collectibles.. Central New Jersey.. Phone 609-737-2858.. virginiaaris@aol.. More Info.. Connie Bailey.. My Favorite Things.. 2914 N.. Elm Street #200.. Lumberton, NC 28358.. Phone 910-734-7134.. cbbailey@nc.. rr.. Yvonne Baird.. 8037 Jim Ct.. SE.. Olympia, WA 98503.. Phone 360-438-0067.. baird2@comcast.. Margaret M.. Benike.. MN.. busybsantiques@embarqmail.. Constance Blain.. Constance Blain Antiques.. 7 March Owl Ct.. Hilton Head Island, SC 29926-1951.. Phone 843-682-3688.. ceblain1936@aol.. 764 N.. Calvados.. Covina, CA 91723.. Phone 626-339-9912.. Jb.. cimino@verizon.. Elizabeth Ann Coleman.. The Coleman Connection.. Washington, DC.. colemanconn@msn.. Diane and Ron Costa.. The Toy Depot.. Massachusetts.. Barbara DeFeo.. 863 Misty Meadow Court.. Chula Vista, CA 91910.. Phone 619-482-8575.. janara@pacbell.. Gloria Duddlesten.. A Touch of Class Antique Dolls.. P.. O.. Box 5803.. Texarkana, TX 75505.. Phone/Fax 903-792-3747.. Website.. RubyLane.. com/shop/dollstx.. dollstx@cableone.. Pamela Farr.. La Cheval de Bois.. Box 106.. Big Flats, NY 14814.. Phone/Fax 607-562-3101.. pamfarr666@hotmail.. Joan Farrell Lynette Gross.. Joan Lynette Antique Dolls.. 13710 Smokey Ridge Trace.. Carmel, IN 46033.. Phone 317-844-6459.. rubylane.. com/shops/.. joan-lynetteantiquedolls.. 128 West N Street.. Benicia, CA 94510.. Phone 707-748-7766.. Fax 707-748-7767.. fernandorice@sbcglobal.. Valerie Fogel Deanne Dodson.. Beautiful Bebes Antique Dolls.. Phone 425-765-4010 (WA).. Fax 425-292-0185 (call first).. beautifulbebes.. valerie@beautifulbebes.. Teri Foley.. Teri Foley's Antique Dolls.. 11625 Anthem Drive.. Sparks, NV 89441.. Phone 775-424-2555.. com/shop/terifoleysantiquedolls.. RRRR6@aol.. Howard Jan Foulke.. Box 1781.. Lancaster, PA 17608-1781.. Phone 717-396-0324.. Cell 717-468-4487.. janfoulke.. Email.. janfoulke@aol.. Deborah Fratino, Antiquities.. 21 Treadwell Avenue.. Westport, CT 06880.. Cell Phone 203-434-6733.. Fax 203-222-9048.. debfratino@aol.. Gigi Williams Giannone.. Gigi's Dolls and Sherry's Teddy Bears.. 6029 N.. Northwest Hwy.. Chicago, IL 60631.. Phone 773-594-1540.. Fax 773-594-1710.. gigisdolls.. gigisdolls@aol.. Patricia A.. Gosh.. Antique Doll Shoppe of.. New Harmony Tea Room.. Box 247.. New Harmony, IN 47631.. Phone 812-319-5300 or 812-682-3802.. Fax 812-682-3815.. dollcostumersguild.. patgosh@aol.. Billye Harris.. Ashley's Dolls Antiquities.. 723 NC Hwy 61 South.. Whitsett, NC 27377.. 336.. 266.. 2608.. Ashleysdolls@gmail.. Moira Hatton.. 90 Crow Hill Road.. Stafford Springs, CT 06076.. Phone 860-684-4156.. hattonsgallery.. or.. com/shop/hattonsgalleryofdolls.. hattonsgallery@cox.. Diane  ...   Fritzi's Antique Dolls.. 70 Woodland Drive.. Yorksville, IL 60560.. Phone 630-553-7757.. fritzisantiquedolls@comcast.. Matrix Quality Antique Dolls.. Box 1410.. New York, NY 10023.. Phone 212-787-7279.. Marion Maus-Greer.. Marion Maus Antiques.. Ellicott City, MD.. Cell Phone 443-838-8565.. mmausantiques@gmail.. Philip May.. Ocean Grove, NJ.. Dollmanofog@aol.. Nancy McCray.. Cedar Rapids, Iowa.. nlmccray@q.. Dorothy A.. McGonagle.. Jerothy's Dolls.. Box 323.. Sudbury, MA 01776.. Phone 978-443-3527.. dorothymcgonagle@comcast.. Brian Mogren.. Rediscoverie.. 83 East Park.. Butte, MT 59701.. Phone 406-723-2176.. mtanaman@aol.. Roxanne LeMay Morison.. Victorian Lady.. 419 Toland drive.. Ft.. Washington, PA 19034.. Phone 215-628-2466.. ford1964@erols.. PMB 401, 3529 Cannon Rd.. , 2B.. Oceanside, CA 92056.. Phone/Fax 760-631-3768.. dollwitch@cox.. Shirley and Paul Passley.. Shirl's Dolls.. 14782 Plumas Drive.. Chesterfield, MO 63017.. Phone 636-532-4442.. ppas99@att.. Alan Pate.. Alan Scott Pate Antique Japanese Dolls.. Box 370.. St.. Ignatius, MT 59865-0370.. Phone 406-745-7400.. Fax 406-745-7401.. antiquejapanesedolls.. info@antiquejapanesedolls.. Polichinelle.. 347 W.. Broadway, #3.. New York, NY 10013.. cruas@earthlink.. Evelyn Phillips Antique Dolls.. 17 Loch Lane.. Rye Brook, NY 10573.. Phone 914-939-4455.. Fax 914-939-4569.. evelynphillipsdolls.. poupees57@aol.. Box 4151.. Glendale, CA 91222.. Phone 323-660-2191.. Fax 323-661-1612.. ann@annpruett-phillips.. Irene Randolph.. Fireweed Gallery.. Alaska.. com/shop/fireweedgallery.. Box 1892.. Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352.. Phone 909-336-4820.. K52644@aol.. Richard Saxman.. Box 53.. Valley Forge, PA 19481-0053.. Phone 610-415-9344.. Fax 610-415-0331.. richardsaxmanantiques.. com.. Tore Scelso.. 443 Whitehall Street.. Albany, NY 12208-7130.. Phone 518-621-7130.. ohbaby3873@aol.. Pam and Jeff Seifert.. 2295 Adair Street.. San Marino, CA 91108.. Phone 626-282-5257.. PO Box 2461.. Prescott, AZ 86302.. phone 928-445-5908 or.. cell 928-713-1909.. victorianretreat.. victorianretreat@msn.. Mary Skip Simonton.. Mary's Antique Dolls and Accessories.. PO Box 2724.. Rancho Mirage, CA 92270.. Phone 626-333-7197.. Cell Phone 626-688-5764.. asimo52537@aol.. Nancy A.. Smith.. Box 462.. Natick, MA 01760-0005.. Phone 508-545-1424.. Box 4327.. Burbank, CA 91503.. Phone 818-562-7839.. Cell Phone 818-738-4591.. maspinelli.. nellingdolls@gmail.. Regina A.. Steele.. 23 Wheatfield Drive.. Wilmington, DE 19810-4351.. Phone 302-475-5374.. reginasteele.. Rsteele855@aol.. Betty Stepnowski.. Betty Stepnowski Antique Dolls.. Medina, OH Phone 330-764-9760.. dyannaprintz@zoominternet.. 19 The Drive, North Harrow.. Middledex HA27EL, England.. Phone 01144 208 8660800.. Fax 01144 208 4293541.. mtabizel@aol.. Peggye Cole Tombro.. Box 4071.. Warren, NJ 07059.. Phone 732-809-1582.. ptombro@gmail.. Janet Weber.. My Precious Rose.. 11 Windmill Drive.. Glenmont, NY 12077.. Phone 518-635-4380.. myprecrose@aol.. Rosalie Whyel Shelley Helzer.. Doll Art, Inc.. 9525 Lake Washington Blvd.. N.. E.. Bellevue, WA 98004.. Phone 425-453-1137.. Fax 425-646-4897.. dollart@dollart.. shelley@dollart.. Website:.. dollart.. SENIOR MEMBERS.. John E.. MaryAnn K.. Hall.. Hallstead Dolls - Hallstead Manor.. 494 W.. Sunset Road.. Lehighton, PA 18235.. Phone/Fax 610-377-1760.. Estelle Johnston.. 4362 Wieuca Rd.. NE.. Atlanta, GA 30342.. Phone 404-255-0246.. edrl@bellsouth.. Annette Palm.. Annette's Antique Dolls.. Box 5227.. Bellingham, WA 98227-5227.. Phone/Fax 360-714-9616.. Cell Phone 360-820-2081.. palm1dolls@comcast.. Donna Kirsch Smith.. Donna Kirsch Smith Antiques.. 1021 W.. Race Street.. Portland.. IN 47371.. Phone/Fax 260-726-8058.. dkirschsmith@yahoo.. 241 Magnolia Lake Road.. Aiken, SC 29803.. Phone 803-643-1021.. epicdolls@aol.. LIFETIME MEMBERS.. Joan Larry Kindler.. Ruth Covington West.. ADVISORY.. Carol Corson.. ccorsoncac@aol.. Keith Donna Kaonis.. Antique Doll Collector.. Box 39.. East Petersburg, PA.. antiquedollcollector.. antiquedoll@gmail.. 2013 Provisional Member.. John Paul Port.. La Honda, Ca 94020.. jpport@earthlink..

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  • Title: Buyer Beware
    Descriptive info: Caveat Emptor.. German Characters.. Study Of A Parian Peddler.. Heubach reproduction girl with intaglio eyes and molded hair, mold # 7956.. The three Heubach dolls were purchased at the Coburg Puppenmuseum where we were asked to sign a document stating that we have been informed that the dolls were reissues.. Their dolls are no longer available from this source.. Impressed mark on girl with molded hair.. Produced from an original master mold from the Weiss, Kühnert Company, this head was made to use on automatons.. When The German Doll Company discovered their automatons were being distressed and sold as antique, they stopped production.. The soldier head is marked with the roly-poly logo and the name The German Doll Company.. Heubach reproduction baby, mold # 8191, impressed with the Heubach square mark.. Heubach reproduction toddler with molded bonnet, mold #8649.. Because this doll was poured in the original mold, the head is exactly the same in size as the antique, so when the size 5 is checked, the doll's head fits the Heubach size scale.. Mark on the toddler with bonnet.. Let the Buyer Be Aware.. by Lynn Murray.. Gier, avidité, avaricia, greed -- a human failing in any language.. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of antiques and collectibles.. From time to time, in the doll world, we become aware of reproductions on the market that are not adequately identified as reproductions and thus mistaken for the genuine article.. Usually these items are made with such a great degree of skill that they would command a very fair price if sold honestly as a reproduction.. But occasionally they fall into the hands of a person who recognizes the quality of workmanship and passes the item on as an antique, at a much higher price of course.. ah, greed! The good news is that the doll world is a relatively small world and collectors are quick to share knowledge of reproductions on the market as antiques.. In the 1960s there was a flood of reproduction FG French fashions.. Dealers bought them by the carton at a show in New York City.. The 18 dolls had heads marked with the FG scroll mark.. The wigs were human hair wigs made in the 60s, the eyes were not paperweight eyes and the painting was less than convincing to a collector of forty years later, and the heads are larger than a real antique FG fashion.. The bodies were well-made leather bodies with individual fingers and the clothes were also well made, of old materials.. Inside the heads were newspaper scraps from the early part of the century and that is where the trouble began.. Well-known dealers like Candace Doelman and Grace Dyer sold the dolls for just what they were, clever reproductions.. However, on the secondary market, the dolls were sold to less experienced collectors as genuine antique FG fashions, "found in an old warehouse in Paris.. " Eventually the dolls were traced back to a mother and son team in Paris who had no idea their work was being misrepresented in America.. Twenty years later, there was a spate of Bru reproductions sold as antiques.. They were made in white bisque and also in a version that was tinted brown.. The leather bodies were extraordinarily well made here in America.. Where the heads were made remains a mystery to all but the parties involved.. Again, the dolls were sold as genuine antiques.. They went unrecognized by the uninitiated and even by some very experienced dealers and doll scholars.. The author learned a great deal about Brus during a court case to retrieve $12,000 paid for one of these dolls.. Once a specialist on Bru was consulted, it seemed obvious that the dolls were reproductions.. Our specialist, Jim Fernando, pointed out to the jury that the doll's head was not the correct size, the ears were pierced into the head, rather than through the earlobe, the neck joining was not correct, the eyes were not paperweight eyes, etc.. We won the case and the retrieved money paid the legal fees, an expensive, but valuable lesson.. Since the reunification of Germany in 1989, the opportunities for deception have increased a hundred fold.. And in the day of jet travel, it takes less than a day for counterfeit items to make their way to markets anywhere in the world.. The first reproductions that came to the author's attention were sold ten years ago in a doll museum near the former border of  ...   are now in private hands and they are closely guarded and secured.. The Armand Marseilles factory was one of the first to go, demolished and replaced by a parking lot.. The Heubach factory stands, at once sad and ominous, surrounded by a high fence.. The Kister factory is watched closed by the local people, who appear from the wooded trails as soon as a stranger approaches.. Where the building with walls full of molds once stood, patches of pink and purple lupin nod in the breeze.. One of the few remaining factories that is still intact is the Weiss, Kühnert Company factory.. When the owners of The German Doll Company, Susan Bickert and Roland Schlegel, purchased the factory, they made an alliance with history.. They would preserve the factory as a museum factory and thus ensure the protection of the history it contains.. Weiss Kühnert Company was founded in 1891.. They produced thousands of porcelain items including religious figures, bathing beauties, frozen Charlottes, bonnet dolls, doll heads, Kewpies and even the first porcelain Mickey Mouse figures.. When Hitler ordered the company to produce items for his war machine, the master molds were simply stored away for future use.. No one would have predicted that following the war; the company would be constrained to produce utilitarian items such as beer steins and ordinary tableware.. The master molds rested, forgotten in their storage area, where they remain today.. The candy boxes are mounted on circles of old cardboard and stamped Gesetz.. Geschütz.. Teachers will recognize the texture and smell of the powdered water paint used on these characters.. As a finishing touch, these old made in Germany stickers have been affixed to each box.. In France, one talented lady produces boxed sets containing antique dolls with wardrobes, sometimes in a presentation box, sometimes in a small trunk.. She sells her products for just what they are, a new presentation of old goods.. Her works turns up frequently at doll shows and auctions in the USA as all original MIB.. So what can collectors do to protect themselves? First of all, be aware that the possibility exists that the item, which has so, captured your fancy, might be a reproduction.. If the workmanship is wonderful and the price is right, it may not matter to you.. Realize that there are very few antique dolls available in Germany today.. At the big American shows, German dealers work hard to find dolls that they can afford to take back to their customers in Germany.. Look very carefully at items you find in flea markets, especially in the Leipzig, Sonneberg, Nürnberg areas.. Don't let your enthusiasm or collector's greed deceive you.. Know the dealer you are buying from.. Most of them are hard working and honest.. Trust your instincts, if it looks to good to be true.. Three Kewpies from The German Doll Company.. Companies such as the Richard Mahr Company (Marolin), produce beautiful paper maché items in the style of the old.. Masks and jack-o-lanterns are also produced by local companies, using their original molds.. Through an agreement with Jesco, The German Doll Company has the rights to produce Kewpies from the original master molds found in their factory.. Their all-bisque Kewpies are prominently marked on the bottom with the roly-poly logo and name, The German Doll Company.. The German doll company that has been in continuous production for the longest time is the Käthe Kruse Doll Company.. From time to time, they reissue a doll from the past in a very limited edition.. Since the methods used to make these historical reissues are the same as those employed in the past, it may be possible to mistake the limited edition dolls with the originals, except that the limited edition dolls are clearly marked on the foot with the number of the edition.. Products from these highly reputable firms are marketed through catalog companies, over the Internet at their own web sites and through reputable dealers in Europe and North America.. The German Doll Company mark on the bottom of the Kewpie's feet.. The Käthe Kruse Company reissues dolls in their historical series.. The reissued dolls are clearly marked on the foot with the limited edition number.. Left, Margretchen made in the US Zone, circa 1949.. Right, re-issue of the Doll I Margretchen originally produced in 1914 and reissued in 1999.. NADDA member Lynn Murray originally wrote this article for the Antique Doll Collector Magazine in 2001.. ADC granted permission for republishing on the NADDA Website..

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  • Title: NADDA
    Descriptive info: Educational Videos filmed at.. NADDA 25th Anniversary.. Show in Chicago.. May 4-5, 2013.. *If you have trouble watching these videos,.. pause them and wait for the download.. to catch up before resuming play.. *.. Benefit Dolls.. presented by Lynette Gross.. Rare German Characters.. presented by Fritzi Martinez..

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  • Title: NADDA Show
    Descriptive info: NADDA's Annual Show.. The National Antique Doll Dealer Association (NADDA) hosts an annual show/sale in various locations throughout the United States and they are open to the public.. NADDA dealers from around the world come to present their dolls for sale.. In conjunction with the show, NADDA hosts an exhibit and  ...   a guest doll authority.. In addition to the annual NADDA doll shows, you can find NADDA dealers at many doll shows in the country.. Look for dealers who display the NADDA logo in their booth and buy with confidence.. -------------------------------------------------------------------.. Watch videos from.. NADDA; A Week-End in Historical Boston.. Read the review..

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  • Title: Member List by Country and State

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  • Title: Virginia Aris - Valentine
    Descriptive info: How long have you been in business in this field?.. 25 years.. What do you enjoy most about being a doll dealer?.. Learning about dolls, meeting people,.. the thrill of the find.. Do you have a shop open to the public? Do you do shows and/or mail order/website sales?.. Yes, Princeton Doll Toy Museum..

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