OUR LITTLE TREASURE, doll, (title on box only)

OUR LITTLE TREASURE, doll, (title on box only)

Set Information

Set Title
NEW SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. OUR LITTLE TREASURE. FROM SCHOOL DAYS TO WOMANHOOD, 39
Set Comment

please refer to the book COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS BY BLAIR & MARGARET WHITTON for a very complete listing. They discuss this series on page 73.
The dolls and the dresses are not marked on the backs with names, descriptions or numbers but do contain the Tuck trademark and patent and printing info. The boxes are cardboard and marked OUR LITTLE TREASURE. FROM SCHOOL DAYS TO WOMANHOOD. NEW SERIES OF DRESSING DOLLS. SIX COSTUMES. PATD. FEB. 20TH, 1894. RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS, LTD. LONDON, PARIS & NEW YORK. DESIGNED AT THE STUDIOS IN ENGLAND. PRINTED IN SAXONY NO 39. The doll's head is separate but to be attached to the body so that the dresses slide under the chin and hair, the dresses come with an elongated neck to allow them to slip under the chin of the doll.

Item Information

Item Title
OUR LITTLE TREASURE, doll, (title on box only)
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 shoulder length curly light brown hair, both arms hang but are bent at the elbow towards the waist, she wears a blue top slip undergarment, white slip skirt with a blue ribbon band at the hemline, brown stockings, and brown shoes, she holds a doll in her right hand.

Number:39
Size:4 x 12 3/4 in.doll
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