History comes alive in this beautifully illustrated book of legendary African-American dolls. This book showcases hundreds of African-American dolls, beginning with the early 1800s through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The dolls are shown in spectacular color and are among the most popular collectibles today. The Early Years includes dolls made of papier maché, china, composition, bisque, magic skin latex, hard plastic, and vinyl. Special features include a variety of life-size dolls, doll house dolls, cloth dolls, artist and reproduction dolls, and paper dolls. All are displayed with detailed descriptions and current market values. The dolls featured are a delight to the eye. Every doll lover and collector of black memorabilia will want to add Collectible African American Dolls to their collection. 2008 values.
About the Author:
Yvonne Ellis has loved dolls since her early childhood. She has collected a diverse group of dolls for over 30 years. Professionally, Yvonne is a Seasoned Human Resources Manager and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration in the area of Administrative Management. In addition to writing and collecting dolls, she enjoys reproducing reproduction dolls, sewing, miniature dollhouses and golfing.
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