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    Posted 11 years ago

    tcldpnk28
    (5 items)

    I don't know much about this doll, except I found it in our attic in a box. There was a note from my father stating that the doll is wearing authentic silk

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    1. nationalcostumedolls.com nationalcostumedolls.com, 11 years ago
      The label says it all doesn't it?
    2. Constance, 11 years ago
      My father brought back some of these dolls. He was in Viet Nam and Korea. Was your father in the military?
    3. Mahjong, 11 years ago
      This is Japanese doll since she wears her traditional Kimono. If Viet Namese doll she will have a traditional Ao Dai. This doll may be made in VietNam and your father bought her when he was there.
    4. karljapz karljapz, 10 years ago
      wow she beautiful
    5. Nostalgia Nostalgia, 9 years ago
      What fun it must have been to discover this in the attic! Yes, as Mahjong stated, this is a Japanese doll. With the English attached information, and the quality of the features, and the quality of the silk, I can say with some confidence that it was made for the souvenir market aimed at visitors to Japan. It wouldn't have been very expensive when new.

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