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Posted 4 years ago

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Vestaswind
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Here more dolls of the pictures I have on hand. It's out of control I know. Some are projects I'm working on. There is one thing I can't seem to pass up, and that is a doll that needs saved.
My article on Southern Girl
http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/what-a-doll-1940s-arranbee-southern-girl/

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  1. Denebia, 4 years ago
    OMG! Looks like my room growing up! Was wondering if you would know anything about a doll from the 50's 60's called Bonnie Braids? I will stop and browse doll collections or read histories of dolls looking for a glimpse of BB. I still have mine even though fingertips have seen better days. I misplaced a doll I had quite sometime ago, bigger than Barbie, loved making clothes for it because it was bigger. Was there ever a Cher doll, like Barbie but larger? Thanks
  2. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 4 years ago
    Cher was taller then Barbie, and she bent her hands at the wrists. I have the one where her wig changes color. Really pretty scary.
    I run into Bonnie once in awhile, and she makes appearence on eBay. She was the daughter of Dick Tracy and Tess Trueheart! If it's her fingers that have seen better days she is lucky. Most times she is missing her braids. Bonnie was "born" in 1951.
  3. Denebia, 4 years ago
    Thank you so much for the info: That makes my lil Bonnie more precious. She is all intact, braids, body, face except those delicate lil finners. Would you by chance know how much she would be worth? Had someone say 1 time I should just throw her out-can't be worth much! I'd like to prove them WRONG-you know how we feel bout our 'babies'?
  4. Denebia, 4 years ago
    Was wondering if you could help me out with another question. I have, what I've been told, a 2 yr. old German doll. There is a hole, where, say soft spot on baby is. Her 'hair' is on a curved piece of cardboard? Last I looked she had a pinkish like slip, possible shoes? Is she valuable? I know she is REALLY OLD. Been passed down many times.
  5. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 4 years ago
    I would like to see a picture. Is she bisque? The cardboard sounds like a plait where the wig was glued. Sounds like she might be old. Look on the back of the head for any numbers or letters.
  6. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 4 years ago
    Oh and any childhood doll I have you couldn't make me sell it. Bonnie can be worth some money. Right now the doll market is down but she is going for about $40 in the condition you stated.
  7. Denebia, 4 years ago
    Thank you so much for the info. As soon as I can, I will get the info and pic of 2yr old. Have her packed away, which was a really good thing, as my basement flooded and that's where she had been. Will get back with you. Yeah Bonnie. When I find 2yr old, there are others I may drag out for family photo.
  8. Denebia, 3 years ago
    Like you said, doll that needs saved, now has been rescued. Someone picked up a doll and I have been trying to find out about her. I looked up the site Bradley Dolls, make 'big eye' dolls. She's is dressed as a Nun-on the bottom-cardboard round label it says copywrite BRADLEY DOLLS Los Angeles, Calif. Made in Korea. Very light weight. Know anything about her. She sent me an email of her, how would I send it to you?
  9. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 3 years ago
    You can always contact me by clicking on my name, and hiting my web site under my photo. But the doll you are looking for is easy to find here on this doll Nun site. She is near the bottom to the left.
    http://tinyurl.com/4jj7bso

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