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Doll Collector covers the vast doll market for all doll lovers. Features include how to collect, where to buy, restoring your dolls and display ideas. Doll Collector (published bimonthly) features breathtaking color photos of some of the world's most beautiful dolls. Doll Collector furnishes the best and most interesting articles about today's collectible dolls, doll artists, manufacturers, as well as the contemporary and antique doll market.
- Auction Report
- Dolls That Touch Our Hearts
- Book Reviews
- Artists of 2014
- Web Site Directory
- Show Calendar
- Shoppers Directory
- and Much More!
Our May 2014 issue of Doll Collector is here! The porcelain ball-jointed dolls of ShirrStone Dolls graces this issue’s cover. Read about this company and the duo behind these beautiful creations. This issue’s theme is black and white. Theresa Merritt discusses how her dolls tell the history of the Civil War. Vasilisa’s Dolls is profiled. Jane Foster tells us about her favorite doll shop, Once Upon a Time, to visit. Pepper and Cricket, Ideal’s Honeybunch, Goldberger’s Life Size Walking Doll and many more are also discussed. As always we feature our Fanfare, This & That, Auction Report, Events Reports, Club News, Book Reviews and more.
Our March 2014 issue of Doll Collector is here! Berdine Creedy’s Mary-Gold graces our cover. Find her and other dolls wearing hats on page 12. Learn how valued the works are from the Kammer & Reinhardt firm and their attention to detail that created an everlasting doll. We have collaborated a collection of new dolls for 2014 from artists and manufacturers. Such categories as Art Dolls, Miniatures, For the Kids…and the Kids at Heart and Everything In Between will be sure to delight your love of dolls. Take a peek and see what fits your fancy! Artist, Sally Owens, tells us of her work that is a fusion of her love of texture, color, timeless elements, and the natural world that are laced with clandestine symbolism. Cloth and Felt Dolls from the 1920s and 1930s and many more are also discussed. As always we feature our Fanfare, This & That, Auction Report, Events Reports, Club News, Book Reviews and more.