2 edition of Dolls: makers and marks. found in the catalog.
Dolls: makers and marks.
Elizabeth A. Coleman
Written in English
Author"s autograph copy.
|Statement||In collaboration with Dorothy and Evelyn Coleman.|
|LC Classifications||NK4894.A2 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 97 p.|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||63022690|
Having trouble identifying those marks on your German dolls? This handy little book is the key to solving your problems. Arranged in apple pie order are the marks, trademarks, numbers, initials and those baffling names and terms found on antique German dolls along with the names of their makers and the dates they were first s: 8. Here are 7 of the top Black-owned doll makers and designers: #1 – Trinity Designs: This Texas-based doll maker began making African American dolls in Their product line includes dolls that capture the image and character of the African American sorority sister, as well as adult, collectible dolls, which can be purchased online.
The book includes a CD of doll maker marks that has been helpful as I look at dolls on auction websites. Sometimes the seller is not quite knowledgeable about the doll that they are selling but will show a picture of the doll with the mark visible. I can look up the mark and read about the manufacturer with this s: Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide: Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics: CreateSpace Indie Print Publishing Made Easy: DPReview Digital Photography: East Dane Designer Men's Fashion: Fabric Sewing, Quilting & Knitting.
Modern porcelain dolls are more likely to bear a maker’s mark to identify the company that made the doll. Learn about individual doll makers, identifying characteristics and photos online at websites such as or in reference books such as “German Porcelain Dolls, ” by Mary Gorham Krombholz. Instant downloads of all LitChart PDFs (including The Doll’s House). LitCharts Teacher Editions. Teach your students to analyze literature like LitCharts does. Detailed explanations, analysis, and citation info for every important quote on LitCharts. The original text plus a side-by-side.
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Visual images & text of doll makers marks menu A to Z. How to identify a doll. Dolls: makers and marks. book Look for a doll makers mark, if one is present it is often found on the back of the dolls head, on the upper or lower back, under the arms, bottoms of the feet, on a cloth body a tag may be sewn into a seam.
This is a wonderful book. Has drawings of what the doll marks are on the back of the heads. Able to ID your doll's maker with less trouble. Also has a listing of mold numbers to narrow down the makers.
If you are a doll collector, you must have this book on your shelf/5(17). Identifying a doll makers mark, if one is present, is often found on the back of the dolls head, on the back, under arms, bottoms of the feet, check your doll carefully, the mark could be placed anywhere and many dolls were unmarked, just sold with a wrist tag that is long gone.
Whether you found an old doll in your grandmother's attic or you're a serious collector, you'll want to be able to identify the doll's maker. In many cases, you can find the manufacturer's mark on your doll in the form of initials, numbers, names, phrases, figures, symbols, or combinations of them all.
Covers 3, dolls from the world's leading doll makers with charts, listings, line drawings, more. Provides detailed descriptions of each manufacturer's production history, mold characteristics, size numbers, tips on spotting reproductions, and much more.
If the manufacturer is not named in the mark, check doll reference books to determine who's mark it is. Many reference books will list marks in an appendix, alphabetized or in numerical order. Many antique dolls are marked with a mold number, and the mold number may be enough to identify the maker of the doll.
Typically, the mark will tell you where the doll was made, the brand or maker’s name, and the size of the doll.
Use this information to look up your doll in reference books and on websites. If you can’t find any information on your doll or have a hard time interpreting the information, contact a doll appraiser for help, who can help you Views: 58K. China, Chinese Doll Makers & Marks. China Doll Menu + China Doll Antique or Reproduction.
Cloth Doll Menu + Dewees Cochran s. Harry Coleman walking dolls Composition Doll Menu + Composition Doll Marks. Cosmopolitan Doll Company s. Daisy Dolls s. Danel et Cie dolls + Dean's Rag Book cloth. Below is a list of past American antique to vintage doll and toy makers, importers and distributors with company names beginning with A, also dates of operation, identifying doll marks, labels, symbols, letters or initials and some details such as doll names and trade marks when known.
doll mark J. Ridgeway, J.R. Roberts Brothers doll maker - became part of Chad Valley Company. Joseph Robins dolls Lynne & Michael Roche doll mark tag + Rock China Doll Company Roddy Doll Company doll mark Rodnoid, Roddy s - founded by D.G. Todd Rogark Company character dolls s Wales & England.
Doll patterns come in different types, including rag dolls, paper dolls, and patterns for doll clothes. Finding copyright-free doll patterns for dolls is easy.
Some pattern-makers grant full use to their patterns while other patterns fall into public domain. Identify a mark by shape.
Marks with letters are listed in alphabetical order. Some marks look like a circle, square, bird or animal shape, etc. Doll Values Antique reference database catalogues German, French, English and American made antique dolls.
Each doll can be identified by Manufacturer, Years Made, Head Type, Body Type, Eye Type, Mouth Type, Material used in head, feet, hands, head.
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Identify porcelain doll marks to determine maker, age, and country of origin. Discover the meaning of signed porcelain dolls that can lead you to a more accurate assessment of their value.
Learn historical facts on doll companies to enable you further research for your collection. Buy the supplies you need for doll-making online at JOANN.
Find a variety of supplies for dolls, dollhouses, and dollhouse furniture. Beautifully illustrated in color, this early out-of-print book tells how to identify the makers of antique French dolls, including reproductions and forgeries. TREASURY OF FRENCH DOLLS – Album 2, by Lydia Richter, HP Books, English Edition, Fisher Publishing date: Books and Price Guides.
Many works have been written on maker's marks, hallmarks and other identifying marks of specific types of antiques. Price guides often include information on marks and other methods of identifying antiques. The following are several examples: Antique Trader's Doll Makers and Marks: A Guide to Identification by Dawn Herlocher.
Write down any marks to research in guidebooks about antique porcelain. Well-known porcelain companies such as Wedgwood, Meissen, Doulton, and others used symbols.
Look up markings in a current price guide-book, to get an exact date of production, and value. The J.D. Kestner doll company made dolls in Germany, in the Waltershausen, Thuringia region, for over 90 years.
The earliest dolls were wood and papier mache, and then China. But the dolls that the company is best known for are the bisque better known as porcelain dolls.
Porcelain dolls, also referred to as “china dolls” because of the way the glaze finish on the doll’s face and hands looks like china dishes, are some of the most collectable items on the market.
These dolls were first manufactured in Germany, France and Denmark in the s. Today, the condition of a doll can affect. The Dollmaker is a hefty book well over pages, and while some reviewers do complain about the length of the novel and the many intricacies and complexities about the daily life of the Nevels contained within the book, I think there is a sense that the author is trying to make these characters are real as possible through careful dialogue.