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Bobby Blair - Uncut Boy Newspaper Paper Doll by Dan Rudolph 1923 Military Movable Rocking Paper Doll - Little Folk’s Play Friends, LHJ, Uncle Sam’s Figherts 1919
Price: $15.00
Price: $18.00
Bobby Blair - Uncut Boy Newspaper Paper Doll by Dan Rudolph 1923
17 ˝” x11 5/8” uncut color newspaper paper doll sheet.  It is 10” Bobby Blair, a bit of a stout little lad . A 10 1/2” x 15 1/2” sheet from the Ladies Home Journal.  It is one of several in a series of rocking or movable paper toys or dolls to cut and construct.  Each has a military theme to advance the war effort.  Illustration by Henry Anson Art.   This sheet is Uncle Sam’s Fighters - a new sereis of cut-out toys that move.  The first set: Wig-Wag Willie, the waggish sailor, and Knit-Knot Nettie, his sister.  Condition: overall excellent.
Military Movable Rocking Paper Doll - Little Folk’s Play Friends, LHJ, Uncle Sam’s Fighters - Dickie A. Medalwinner 1919 Military Movable Rocking Paper Doll - Little Folk’s Play Friends, LHJ - Baby Tank Corps, June 1919
Price: $18.00
Price: $18.00
A 10 1/2” x 15 1/2” sheet from the Ladies Home Journal.  It is one of several in a series of rocking or movable paper toys or dolls to cut and construct.  Each has a military theem to advance the war effort.  Illustration by Henry Anson Art.   This sheet is Uncle Sam’s Fighters with Captain Dickie A. Medalwinner and Miss Polly Pitcher, the World’s Smallest Soldier. 1919.  Condition: light edge wear. A 10 1/2” x 15 1/2” sheet from the Ladies Home Journal.  It is one of several in a series of rocking or movable paper toys or dolls to cut and construct.  Each has a military theme to advance the war effort.  Illustration by Henry Anson Art.   This sheet is  The Baby Tank Corps - Terry Tupper commands the tank America, with his friend Billy Blithe, and Ruff, the cat.  Condition: edge wear.
The Jointed Paper Doll Family by Carolyn Chester, Jean’s Young-Lady- Sister, April 1913 Mechanical 'Copper' #14 Looking Tough on Valentine’s Day - I want to COP your Heart
Price: $20.00
Price: $25.00
The Jointed Paper Doll Family
The Jointed Paper Doll Family Series by Carolyn Chester was found in The Woman’s Magazine in 1913. Mechanical Copper #14 Looking Bad Ass on Valentine’s Day
Little Leprechaun Valentine Mechanical Marionette Toy - Raphael Tuck Fanciful 15" Articulated Dresed Matador
Price: $175.00
Price: $750.00
Valentine Marionette - Leprechaun
An 11" x 9" embossed die-cut mechanical marionette paper toy by Raphael Tuck & Sons. Ltd. A truly fanciful fellow with a printed face,and card stock body parts that have been decorated with applied and layered polished and foiled papers. His exaggerated hat has a large applied flower.  His bodice begins with pleated paper dickey and velvet bow tie; a crest is applied beneath the dickey.  His waistcoat is constructed of various foiled papers with red embellishment and embossing. His topcoat is velvet with studded border trim topped with a large red silk bow.  The arms and legs are jointed at the shoulders, elbows, hips and knees..
Fine 12" Watercolor Dressed Scotsman with Articulated Legs c1890s
Price: $1,200.00
A 12" Scotsman dressed in a traditional kilt with with shoulder sash and belt.  Embellished with feathers on his hat and belt.  Finely detailed facial and hand features.  Not the detail on his stockings. A simple string mechanism allows him to dance..