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Georgiana, c. 1750, Maker unknown, England.

Dressmaker’s doll, Georgiana, dates back to the The doll's body is made of wood, its eyes are made of glass and the wig is made of human hair.

Doll and Wardrobe, Sanitary Fair, 1864           This doll, with its extensive wardrobe & exquisitely detailed accessories, was outfitted by a local dressmaker named Eliza Lefferts & sold at the Brooklyn & Long Island Sanitary Fair of 1864. The style/quality of its clothing represent that of an urban, upper-middle-class girl’s wardrobe. Among the many unique objects in the doll’s ensemble is an elaborate toiletries set that was a gesture to educate the public about personal hygiene. Doll:12"…

Rare Civil War doll from the Brooklyn Museum’s collection, featuring an elaborate trousseau made by a woman named Eliza Lefferts and sold at the 1864 Brooklyn Sanitary Fair to raise money for the war effort.

Doll wearing sewing pocket, mid 1700's | ©V&A Images/ Victoria and Albert Museum

Doll wearing sewing pocket, mid 1700's | ©V&A Images/ Victoria and Albert Museum

ULLABENULLA: Belinda, the Lovely Cheat...

one could even be slightly tempted to 'cheat' for such a trousseau - well almost.) again from the John Darcy Noble.

Wooden doll, unknown English maker, c1740–50 | Hampshire Cultural Trust

century doll wearing a sack back gown. The clothes are all original and in remarkable condition. Unfortunately there is no full picture of the front of the gown.

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"Babes from the Woods" by Kathy Patterson: 23 1/2" Lady Madeline, A Wooden Queen Anne Doll

"Babes from the Woods" by Kathy Patterson: 23 Lady Madeline, A Wooden Queen Anne Doll

Doll, c.1790, with clothing that included everything from shift and stays to gowns and hats.

English Early Wooden Doll, c With extensive wardrobe including everything from shift and stays to gowns and hats. Wood with glass eyes, painted facial features and jointed limbs.

ENGLISH WOODEN DOLL - Late "Queen Anne" or early "Georgian" period, carved wooden doll dressed in an antique fabric in style of period.

Doll, Queen Anne or early Georgian. The dress looks rather regency, although the doll itself may well be older.

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