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I went to the auction already a Madame Alexander-convert: my mother and I collected the dolls when I was growing up. But if my mom and I were like passive churchgoers in the religion of Alexander, purchasing a new Wizard of Oz collectible every now and then, Fran and the coterie of ladies with whom she sat were the high priestesses of Alexander-land. The auction was like a tulle-filled pilgrimage to which they and others ventured from near Connecticut and far Tennessee.
This is me when I was 3. And, as you can see from the photo, I was very happy when playing with my dolls. Decades later, dolls still hold a fond place in my heart.
Stand a single, eye-catching doll on the bedroom dresser or showcase a growing collection around an intricate doll house in a compatible size. The sturdy doll stands hold delicate figures securely in place as you explore a variety of elegant poses. Most dolls from Sears feature moveable limbs and turning heads for creating custom looks.
He sold fine porcelain pieces as well as selling new dolls and repair- ing broken ones. Little Bea saw at an early age the joy that dolls brought to children. Madame and her sisters made the first dolls out of cloth.
Dolls are the oldest toys, in use since prehistoric times when they were made from materials like clay, fur, and wood. Doll entries are listed by marks printed or incised on the doll, if possible. If there are no marks, the doll is listed by the name of the subject or country or maker.
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FROM the sidewalk it is just another squat, drab building in central Harlem, sandwiched between elevated subway tracks and an outdoor meat market. But inside the Alexander Doll Company, hundreds of workers assemble elegant dolls that are coveted by children and collectors alike. For decades, Madame Alexander dolls have been a royal family in the collectible doll market.
For more than 73 years, Madame Alexander dolls have provided enormous pleasure. The small-scale, cherubic-looking dolls, with classic hairdos, pursed lips, large eyes, tiny noses and period attire, have mimicked a host of favorite real-life and storybook characters, and television and movie stars. Baby dolls have been produced as well.