MRS. MISS ADA REHAN, U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20 TH, 1894

MRS. MISS ADA REHAN,  U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20 TH, 1894

Set Information

Set Title
FAVORITE FACES NOVEL SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS, MRS. MISS ADA REHAN, NO 1, U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20 TH, 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 77-78 they discuss this series which describes four
English actresses and the personalities they played. MISS ADA REHAN No 1 (on box), MISS JULIA MARLOWE, MRS. LESLIE CARTER, and MISS MAUDE ADAMS.

Item Information

Item Title
MRS. MISS ADA REHAN, U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20 TH, 1894
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 curly brown hair and looks to her right, her left arm hangs at her side and her right is bent at the elbow with her hand at her chest, she wears a pink, blue and white undercoat slip with lace, pattern and ribbons, her shoes and stockings are blue. She wears no jewelry.
on reverse is the Tuck easel and palette trademark followed by RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS LTD. LONDON, PARIS, NEW-YORK. PUBLISHERS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, then the attached stand, and MRS. MISS ADA REHAN A, U.S. PATENT FEBRUARY 20TH, 1894

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Size:2 3/4 x 9 1/2 in. doll
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