Items in Category Paper Doll

green, white and yellow costume with hat
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green, white and yellow costume with hat
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. LORDLY LIONEL. 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 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

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white shirt with dark green vest and large yellow pendant necklace, puffy green sleeves with white and yellow slit sleeves, green gauntlet gloves, green sash with bow held in his left hand, right hand holds a parrot, green pants, white stockings and flamboyant green boots
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is green with a blue ribbon and single blue plume feather.
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 & JUNGLE CO., SOLE MANUFACTURERS.
comes with advert for MALTO-PEPTIN BREAD. THE GREATEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN THE WORLD. MADE ONLY BY SMITH, COLLINS 7 CO. SAVE 20 BREAD COUPONS AND GET A BOX OF THESE DOLLS. RETURN COUPONS TO YOUR GROCER.

ARTISTIC SERIES V. LORDLY LIONEL. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
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ARTISTIC SERIES V.  LORDLY LIONEL. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894.
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. LORDLY LIONEL. 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 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

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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. ,
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,
comes in either a blue or pink and white flat folder
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 V. U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH 1894 COPYRIGHT 1894 BY RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., LTD.

THE RECEPTION COSTUME (title on reverse) (hat missing)
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THE RECEPTION COSTUME (title on reverse) (hat missing)
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

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purple cape with white and purple fasteners at neck, puffy decorative shoulders, lacy white cuffs, white top with two purple line trims, holds a letter in his right hand, left pant leg is white with a purple boot and right pant leg is purple with a white boot,
hat is purple with two white large feather plumes, (hat missing)
costume has attached neck to fit under head.

THE TROUBADOUR COSTUME (title on reverse) hat missing
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THE TROUBADOUR COSTUME (title on reverse) hat missing
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

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pink and white jacket with yellow and green trim, white lacy collar with pendant necklace, pink pants with lacy stockings and green boots, white gauntlet gloves and a mandolin in his right hand.
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
hat is missing

THE LEVE ROBE (title on reverse) and crown
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THE LEVE ROBE (title on reverse) and crown
Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

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light purple shirt with white and yellow accents, yellow pendant necklace, white gauntlet gloves, light purple short pants, white stockings and purple shoes dark purple and yellow robe,
costume has attached neck to fit under head.
crown is purple with many jewels and a large white feather plume

ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. PATENT NO. 23003
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Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

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 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,
comes in either a blue or pink and white flat folder
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.COPYRIGHT. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PATENT NO. 23003

COURTIER COSTUME (title on reverse)
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Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

THE HAWKING COSTUME (title on reverse)
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Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.

THE HUNTING COSTUME (title on reverse)
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Set Title
THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS DRESSING SERIES. ARTISTIC SERIES V. PRINCE DARLING. 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. The English sets have the names of the dolls/costumes on the backs.