Items in Category Paper Doll

brown coat with fur and muff, hat is missing 9011-a
brown coat with fur and muff, hat is missing
Set Title
THE CRANFORD CHILDREN SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS, Jessie Cranford, (German set)
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing of the US sets. They discuss the series on page 161.This is the German published set of JESSIE CRANFORD and they are not mentioned in the Whitton book so must be very rare. There are four sets in the series with each set having one doll, four dresses and four hats. JACK CRANFORD 9011 C, JESSIE CRANFORD 9011 a, JENNIE CRANFORD 9011 b, and JANE, THE NURSE.
They are marked on the backs SCUTZMARKE HOFLIEFERANLEM S. MAJ. DES KONIGS UND IHRERMAJ. DER KONIGIN VON ENGLAND N0. 9011 a RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, KUNSTVERLAG. BERLIN. LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK

Item Comment

brown coat with fur trim at collar, down the front, and round hemline, she has fur muff and brown leggings, her hat is missing,
dress has an elongated neck to allow it to slip under the chin of the doll

green and brown coat and hat 9011-a
green and brown coat and hat
Set Title
THE CRANFORD CHILDREN SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS, Jessie Cranford, (German set)
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing of the US sets. They discuss the series on page 161.This is the German published set of JESSIE CRANFORD and they are not mentioned in the Whitton book so must be very rare. There are four sets in the series with each set having one doll, four dresses and four hats. JACK CRANFORD 9011 C, JESSIE CRANFORD 9011 a, JENNIE CRANFORD 9011 b, and JANE, THE NURSE.
They are marked on the backs SCUTZMARKE HOFLIEFERANLEM S. MAJ. DES KONIGS UND IHRERMAJ. DER KONIGIN VON ENGLAND N0. 9011 a RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, KUNSTVERLAG. BERLIN. LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK

Item Comment

green cot with brown accents and trims, brown leggings and black boots, she wears white gloves, hat is green with a single brown ribbon tied into a bow,
dress has an elongated neck to allow it to slip under the chin of the doll

Jessie Cranford, doll, (German set) 9011-a
Jessie Cranford, doll, (German set)
Set Title
THE CRANFORD CHILDREN SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS, Jessie Cranford, (German set)
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing of the US sets. They discuss the series on page 161.This is the German published set of JESSIE CRANFORD and they are not mentioned in the Whitton book so must be very rare. There are four sets in the series with each set having one doll, four dresses and four hats. JACK CRANFORD 9011 C, JESSIE CRANFORD 9011 a, JENNIE CRANFORD 9011 b, and JANE, THE NURSE.
They are marked on the backs SCUTZMARKE HOFLIEFERANLEM S. MAJ. DES KONIGS UND IHRERMAJ. DER KONIGIN VON ENGLAND N0. 9011 a RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, KUNSTVERLAG. BERLIN. LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
she has short blond hair with bangs, wears a white one piece slip undergarment and has short white socks with white shoes. her toes are slightly turned in and she stands with her arms turned into her body.

white dress with pink ribbon accents and hat 9011-a
white dress with pink ribbon accents and hat
Set Title
THE CRANFORD CHILDREN SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS, Jessie Cranford, (German set)
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing of the US sets. They discuss the series on page 161.This is the German published set of JESSIE CRANFORD and they are not mentioned in the Whitton book so must be very rare. There are four sets in the series with each set having one doll, four dresses and four hats. JACK CRANFORD 9011 C, JESSIE CRANFORD 9011 a, JENNIE CRANFORD 9011 b, and JANE, THE NURSE.
They are marked on the backs SCUTZMARKE HOFLIEFERANLEM S. MAJ. DES KONIGS UND IHRERMAJ. DER KONIGIN VON ENGLAND N0. 9011 a RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, KUNSTVERLAG. BERLIN. LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK

Item Comment

white dress with pink ribbon at the neck and cuffs, she has a wide pink sash ribbon across her waist and tied into bows on both of her hips, she holds a pink and white fan in her right hand, hat is white with a wide pink sash ribbon and two pink bows,
dress has an elongated neck to allow it to slip under the chin of the doll

CINDERELLA AT THE BALL (title on reverse) IX-A
CINDERELLA AT THE BALL (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. Cinderella. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover

Item Comment

full length white, green, yellow, and pink gown with green ribbon and bow at chest, she has long sleeve gloves, she wears white shoes and holds a decorative feather fan in her left hand tied with a flowing yellow ribbon, and the train of her gown with her right hand. there are three pearl necklaces at her neck.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is gold with round green stones and large white feather plumes.
comes with advert on reverse EAT QUAKER BREAD! MADE FROM PURE LIQUID MALT. IS KNOW AND RECOGNIZED AS THE FINES FLAVORED, MOST DELICIOUS AND PALATABLE HOME-MADE BREAD IN THE WORLD. RETURN 30 ART COUPONS TO YOUR DEALER AND RECEIVE ONE OF RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS' IMPORTED LARGE PAPER DOLLS, WITH FOUR BEAUTIFUL DRESSES. THE HEISSLER & JUNGE CO., SOLE MANUFACTURERS.

THE FAIRY GODMOTHER (title on reverse) IX-B
THE FAIRY GODMOTHER (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. Cinderella. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover

Item Comment

elaborate yellow, green and white full length gown, three yellow stars at her chest, large fairy wings above her shoulders, she wears yellow shoes and holds a staff and star in her left hand, her right hand holds some yellow ribbon from her dress.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
the hat is a yellow band with three stars.
comes with advert on reverse EAT QUAKER BREAD! MADE FROM PURE LIQUID MALT. IS KNOW AND RECOGNIZED AS THE FINES FLAVORED, MOST DELICIOUS AND PALATABLE HOME-MADE BREAD IN THE WORLD. RETURN 30 ART COUPONS TO YOUR DEALER AND RECEIVE ONE OF RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS' IMPORTED LARGE PAPER DOLLS, WITH FOUR BEAUTIFUL DRESSES. THE HEISSLER & JUNGE CO., SOLE MANUFACTURERS.

GOODY TWO SHOES (title on reverse) IX-C
GOODY TWO SHOES (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. Cinderella. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover

Item Comment

white dress with floral pattern, green band with red ribbon tie at waist, striped green undercoat slip, white stockings, black shoes with red bows, both arms have long sleeve gloves that hold her apron out. she wears a black necklace.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is green and yellow with a floral bouquet.
comes with advert on reverse EAT QUAKER BREAD! MADE FROM PURE LIQUID MALT. IS KNOW AND RECOGNIZED AS THE FINES FLAVORED, MOST DELICIOUS AND PALATABLE HOME-MADE BREAD IN THE WORLD. RETURN 30 ART COUPONS TO YOUR DEALER AND RECEIVE ONE OF RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS' IMPORTED LARGE PAPER DOLLS, WITH FOUR BEAUTIFUL DRESSES. THE HEISSLER & JUNGE CO., SOLE MANUFACTURERS.

CINDERELLA AT HOME (title on reverse) IX-D
CINDERELLA AT HOME (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. Cinderella. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover

Item Comment

red and white dress over a plain brown slip, blue stockings and brown shoes, she holds a broom in her left hand, hat is a white cap with a yellow ribbon.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
comes with advert on reverse EAT QUAKER BREAD! MADE FROM PURE LIQUID MALT. IS KNOW AND RECOGNIZED AS THE FINES FLAVORED, MOST DELICIOUS AND PALATABLE HOME-MADE BREAD IN THE WORLD. RETURN 30 ART COUPONS TO YOUR DEALER AND RECEIVE ONE OF RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS' IMPORTED LARGE PAPER DOLLS, WITH FOUR BEAUTIFUL DRESSES. THE HEISSLER & JUNGE CO., SOLE MANUFACTURERS.

Cinderella ARTISTIC SERIES IX. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 IX
Cinderella ARTISTIC SERIES IX. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. Cinderella. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
brown hair slightly curled and long, gold headband in her hair, facing forward, both arms hanging down, wearing a blue slip dress with white lace at the neck, sleeves and hemline, blue stockings and shoes, wears a gold necklace.
costumes come with neck attached,
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover.
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

CINDERELLA AT THE BALL (title on reverse) (hat missing) IX-A
CINDERELLA AT THE BALL (title on reverse) (hat missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

full length white, green, yellow, and pink gown with green ribbon and bow at chest, she has long sleeve gloves, she wears white shoes and holds a decorative feather fan in her left hand tied with a flowing yellow ribbon, and the train of her gown with her right hand. there are three pearl necklaces at her neck.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is gold with round green stones and large white feather plumes. (hat missing)

THE FAIRY GODMOTHER (title on reverse) IX-B
no images for this item
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

elaborate yellow, green and white full length gown, three yellow stars at her chest, large fairy wings above her shoulders, she wears yellow shoes and holds a staff and star in her left hand, her right hand holds some yellow ribbon from her dress.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
the hat is a yellow band with three stars.

GOODY TWO SHOES (title on reverse) IX-C
GOODY TWO SHOES (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

white dress with floral pattern, green band with red ribbon tie at waist, striped green undercoat slip, white stockings, black shoes with red bows, both arms have long sleeve gloves that hold her apron out. she wears a black necklace.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is green and yellow with a floral bouquet.

CINDERELLA AT HOME (title on reverse) (hat missing) IX-D
CINDERELLA AT HOME (title on reverse) (hat missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

red and white dress over a plain brown slip, blue stockings and brown shoes, she holds a broom in her left hand, hat is a white cap with a yellow ribbon.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.

MORGIANA (title on reverse) (hat missing) IX-E
MORGIANA (title on reverse) (hat missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

elaborate multi-colored gypsy style robe, purple jacket over a yellow suit, white lacy ribbon from right shoulder to left hand, she holds a tambourine in her right hand.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is missing.

MOTHER HUBBARD (hat only) IX-F
MOTHER HUBBARD (hat only)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

costume is missing,
hat is black with a peaked top, yellow band on peak, white ruffles below rim

ARTISTIC SERIES IX. Cinderella. PATENT No. 23003 IX
ARTISTIC SERIES IX. Cinderella. PATENT No. 23003
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
brown hair slightly curled and long, gold headband in her hair, facing forward, both arms hanging down, wearing a blue slip dress with white lace at the neck, sleeves and hemline, blue stockings and shoes, wears a gold necklace.
costumes come with neck attached,
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Cinderella on the cover.
n reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. DESIGNED AT THE STUDIOS IN ENGLAND AND PRINTED AT THE FINE ART WORKS IN BAVARIA. COPYRIGHT. PATENT No. 23003. ARTISTIC SERIES IX
this is the rare British set with six costumes and hats.

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (title on reverse) VIII-A
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES VIII. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Little Red Riding Hood on the cover

Item Comment

white dress with blue slip underneath, red cape, white socks and brown shoes,
she holds a wicker basket in her left hand and a bouquet of flowers in the right hand.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is red

LITTLE MISS MUFFET (title on reverse) VIII-C
LITTLE MISS MUFFET (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES VIII. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Little Red Riding Hood on the cover

Item Comment

blue and white dress, blue socks and black shoes, spider under left hand, blue bowl in her right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is blue with a blue feather plume.

LITTLE BO PEEP (title on reverse) VIII-D
LITTLE BO PEEP (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES VIII. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Little Red Riding Hood on the cover

Item Comment

purple and white decorative dress with purple ribbon laced at chest, purple stockings and black shoes, she carries a shepherd's crook in her left hand,(has been re-attached on this copy)
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is yellow with purple ribbon and white flowers.

ARTISTIC SERIES VIII. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894. VIII
ARTISTIC SERIES VIII. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES VIII. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Little Red Riding Hood on the cover

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
brown hair slightly curled and long, gold headband in her hair, facing slightly left, both arms hanging down,
wearing a grey and white undercoat slip with ruffles at neck, sleeves and hemline. gold ribbon at waist with attached gold purse, short white socks and blue shoes.
costumes come with neck attached,
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of Little Red Riding Hood on the cover.
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. ARTISTIC SERIES VIII. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

PRINCE CHARMING (title on reverse) (hat is missing) X-A
PRINCE CHARMING (title on reverse) (hat is missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

pink body suit with purple, red, and yellow decorative accents, puffy shoulders, purple cape attached at the left shoulder with a gold jeweled necklace, dagger on gold belt at waist, he holds a white slipper in his right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is a gold jeweled crown with large pink feather plume.(hat is missing)

DICK WHITTINGTON (title on reverse) (hat is missing) X-B
DICK WHITTINGTON (title on reverse) (hat is missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

green suit with brown collar belt and boots, he holds a stick with a red bundle in his right hand, a cat sits in front of a gravestone at his feet.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is missing

LITTLE JACK HORNER (title on reverse) (hat missing) X-C
LITTLE JACK HORNER (title on reverse) (hat missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

purple suit with a white dress over top. white lacy cuffs and white stockings, black shoes, he holds a pie in his right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is brown with a dark band and red and green flowers (hat missing)

JACK THE GIANT KILLER (title on reverse) (hat is missing) X-E
JACK THE GIANT KILLER (title on reverse) (hat is missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

red suit with armor at the chest, elbows, and knees, he wears a blue cape and brown boots and holds a sword in his right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is missing

JACK AND THE BEAN STALK (title on reverse)(hat is missing) X-F
JACK AND THE BEAN STALK (title on reverse)(hat is missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

yellow top with purple decorative accents, purple belt with purse at his waist, yellow stockings and small brown slipper boots, he holds on to a vine with his right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is missing

ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003 X
ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. PATENT No. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover,
this is the British set with six costumes and hats.

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
brown hair slightly curled and short, wearing a blue suit with a white lacy collar and a brown belt with gold buckle at the waist, his shoes are black, he holds his left hand on his hip and is reaching out with his right.
costumes come with neck attached,
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover.
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. DESIGNED AT THE STUDIOS IN ENGLAND AND PRINTED AT THE FINE ART WORKS IN BAVARIA. COPYRIGHT. PATENT No. 23003. ARTISTIC SERIES X
this is the rare British set with six costumes and hats.

PRINCE CHARMING (title on reverse) X-A
PRINCE CHARMING (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover

Item Comment

pink body suit with purple, red, and yellow decorative accents, puffy shoulders, purple cape attached at the left shoulder with a gold jeweled necklace, dagger on gold belt at waist, he holds a white slipper in his right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is a gold jeweled crown with large pink feather plume.

DICK WHITTINGTON (title on reverse) (hat is missing) X-B
DICK WHITTINGTON (title on reverse) (hat is missing)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover

Item Comment

green suit with brown collar belt and boots, he holds a stick with a red bundle in his right hand, a cat sits in front of a gravestone at his feet.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is missing

LITTLE JACK HORNER (title on reverse) X-C
LITTLE JACK HORNER (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover

Item Comment

purple suit with a white dress over top. white lacy cuffs and white stockings, black shoes, he holds a pie in his right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is brown with a dark band and red and green flowers

LITTLE BOY BLUE (title on reverse) X-D
LITTLE BOY BLUE (title on reverse)
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover

Item Comment

blue dress, white stockings and black shoes, he holds a horn in his right hand,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is grey with a blue ribbon and feather.

ARTISTIC SERIES X. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 X
ARTISTIC SERIES X. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Title
THE FAIRY TALE SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. ARTISTIC SERIES X. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 46-51 they discuss this series.
consists of three sets, Artistic series no. VIII, IX, and X
Published in Britain and America. The American sets are marked on the reverse U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 and the British as PATENT NO. 23003
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
brown hair slightly curled and short, wearing a blue suit with a white lacy collar and a brown belt with gold buckle at the waist, his shoes are black, he holds his left hand on his hip and is reaching out with his right.
costumes come with neck attached,
comes in a folded white folder with a picture of a boy in blue on the cover.
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. ARTISTIC SERIES IX. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

THE HEAVENLY TWINS
THE HEAVENLY TWINS
Set Title
THE HEAVENLY TWINS
Set Comment

with original envelope, one black doll and one white doll, with embossed faces, arms, and baby bottle, to be attached to crepe paper dresses with the dolls drinking from embossed old style baby bottles with rubber bulbs,--see pg 38 of A COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS by BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a complete history and explanation of this set.

Item Comment

doll parts very similar to gigantic relief scrap 667

grey, pink and white suit with hat 107-A
grey, pink and white suit with hat
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 107. (smaller size) ROYAL REGIE. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On page 46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

grey suit with pink decorative accents, white lacy shirt, pink cape with yellow accents, grey gloved left hand holds a sword, grey, pink and yellow shoes,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is grey with a yellow central buckle holding large pink feather plumes

red, yellow, and dark grey shirt, pants, and hat 107-B
red, yellow, and dark grey shirt, pants, and hat
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 107. (smaller size) ROYAL REGIE. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On page 46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

red, yellow, and dark grey shirt, with white at the neck, gloved left hand, dark grey pants, red and yellow decorative accents on shoes,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is dark grey with a yellow central buckle holding large red feather plumes

costume missing, more info needed 107-C
no images for this item
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 107. (smaller size) ROYAL REGIE. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On page 46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

gold suit with purple and white cape and crown 107-D
gold suit with purple and white cape and crown
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 107. (smaller size) ROYAL REGIE. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On page 46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

gold suit with decorative blue purple, and white accents, white lace at collar and cuffs, gold stockings and shoes, lacy white gauntlet gloves, purple and white cape,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is a crown.

ROYAL REGIE. (title on packet) 107
ROYAL REGIE. (title on packet)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 107. (smaller size) ROYAL REGIE. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On page 46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
brown hair with curls, facing slightly to his left, wearing a one piece pink underwear suit with darker pink decorative circles and sash at waist, yellow pendant necklace, lace trim to cuffs and collar, left arm hangs at his side and right arm is bent at the elbow with his right hand on his waist, grey and yellow slippers,
costumes come with neck attached,
comes in a brown envelope.
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. ARTISTIC SERIES 107. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

LORDLY LIONEL (title on packet) 108
LORDLY LIONEL (title on packet)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 108. LORDLY LIONEL (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951.
comes in a brown envelope.
brown hair with curls, facing slightly to his right, wearing a one piece white underwear suit with lace at neck, four buttons down chest, and a blue sash at waste, left arm hangs at his side and right arm is bent at the elbow with his right hand reaching out, blue shoes,
costumes come with neck attached,
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. ARTISTIC SERIES 108. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

costume is missing, more info needed 109-A
no images for this item
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 109. SWEET ABIGAIL (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

white purple and yellow gown with crown (crown missing) 109-B
white purple and yellow gown with crown (crown missing)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 109. SWEET ABIGAIL (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

white, yellow and purple decorative full length gown and cape, four necklaces,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
crown is jeweled with a single feather plume.(missing)
titled as RECEPTION ROBE in the larger British set

pink and white gown and hat (hat missing) 109-C
pink and white gown and hat (hat missing)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 109. SWEET ABIGAIL (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

pink full length gown with white decorative accents, lace at collar and cuffs, red ribbon purse held by her right hand and floral bouquet in her left hand, red shoes, jeweled necklace.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is grey with red and yellow trim and a single pink feather plume.
titled as AFTERNOON GOWN in the larger British set.

blue and white dress and hat (hat missing) 109-D
blue and white dress and hat (hat missing)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 109. SWEET ABIGAIL (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

blue full length dress with a small white decorative pattern, lace at neckline, and sleeves. white ribbon and bow at waist, white fan in her right hand, blue necklace, blue shoes,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is white with a large blue feather plume.
titled as GARDEN PARTY DRESS in the larger British set.

SWEET ABIGAIL (title on packet) 109
SWEET ABIGAIL (title on packet)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 109. SWEET ABIGAIL (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951. ,
brown hair slightly curled and long, green headband in her hair, facing slightly to her left, wearing a one piece grey and white undercoat slip with a green sash at her waist, lace neckline, hem and sleeves, left arm reaches out, right arm hangs at her side, bracelets to both arms, pink stockings and shoes.
costumes come with neck attached,
comes in a brown envelope. advert for THE PHELPS, DODGE & PALMER CO. CHICAGO.
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. ARTISTIC SERIES 109. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

green gown and hat (hat is missing) 110-A
green gown and hat (hat is missing)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 110. COURTLY BEATRICE (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

light and dark green full length gown,large flowing sleeves, three gold chains at neck and jeweled gold chain at waist with small gold purse.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is a jeweled gold band crown with a single green feather plume (hat is missing)

white and red dress and crown 110-B
no images for this item
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 110. COURTLY BEATRICE (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

white dress with red overcoat, jeweled gold necklace, white bands on sleeves,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.

blue and white dress and hat 110-C
blue and white dress and hat
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 110. COURTLY BEATRICE (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

blue dress with small white decorative accents, puffy sleeves, outer coat is attached at the waste with a white band.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is blue with a large white feather plume.

blue and white dress and hat 110-D
blue and white dress and hat
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 110. COURTLY BEATRICE (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

Item Comment

blue and white dress with large puffy sleeves, gold broach at neck attached to two jeweled gold chains,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is blue with a large white feather plume,

COURTLY BEATRICE (title on packet)
COURTLY BEATRICE (title on packet)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES 110. COURTLY BEATRICE (smaller size) U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 45-46 they discuss this series.
These are the smaller size versions that were sold in brown envelopes. Each set has four dresses with four matching hats.
on packet RTS ARTISTIC SERIES TRADEMARK, RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. COPYRIGHT 1894 RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS COMPY LTD. NEW YORK U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH. 1894. NO 107 DESIGNED BY MARGUERITE MCDONALD

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doll, head separate but "attached at a proper angle, onto an elongated neck, space being left under the chin to slip on the separate costume which also came with a neck long enough to allow this manipulation" page 70 of PAPER DOLLS A GUIDE TO COSTUME BY CLARA HALLARD FAWCETT, 1951.
comes in a brown envelope.
brown hair slightly curled and long, blue headband in her hair, facing forward with both arms hanging at her sides, wearing a grey and white slip undercoat with blue ribbon crisscrossed across her chest and tied into a bow at her waist, gold necklace, bracelets to both arms, blue stockings and shoes.
costumes come with neck attached,
on reverse Tuck artistic series easel and palette trademark with BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. followed by the Tuck publishing info RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK. ARTISTIC SERIES 110. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

ROBE OF STATE & CROWN (title on reverse) IV-A
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Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES IV. PRINCE HYACINTH, PATENT NO. 23003
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please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 41-45 they discuss this series.
consists of four different sets, Artistic Series no. IV, V, VI and VII. Published in Britain and America. The American sets have four dresses and four hats each while the British ones have six dresses and six hats. The names of the sets are also different but the images and costumes are the same.

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grey suit with pink decorative accents, white lacy shirt, pink cape with yellow accents, grey gloved left hand holds a sword, grey, pink and yellow shoes,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is grey with a yellow central buckle holding large pink feather plumes

COURT BALL COSTUME & CROWN ( title on reverse) IV-B
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Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES IV. PRINCE HYACINTH, PATENT NO. 23003
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. On pages 41-45 they discuss this series.
consists of four different sets, Artistic Series no. IV, V, VI and VII. Published in Britain and America. The American sets have four dresses and four hats each while the British ones have six dresses and six hats. The names of the sets are also different but the images and costumes are the same.

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red, yellow, and dark grey shirt, with white at the neck, gloved left hand, dark grey pants, red and yellow decorative accents on shoes,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is dark grey with a yellow central buckle holding large red feather plumes