DollReader (Doll Reader) Magazine, November 1998 - Mattel's Chatty Kathy Returns!


176 pages. Features: Mattel's Chatty Cathy - a classic introduced in 1960 is back for a new generation; Madame Alexander's fascination with English royalty led to the creation of magnificent Queen Elizabeth dolls; Doll Masters of Germany - J.D. Kestner and other manufacturers of his time produced the dolls we treasurein the Thuringia region of Germany; Collectible Concepts makes history - the company is making a name for itself with antique reproductions as well as dolls by top artists; Fashion dolls hit the runway - a style show of some of the neweset of these popular creations; Horsman's Peterkin - discover a family of unique composition dolls; Walt Disney World Convention - review some one-of-a-kind auction dolls and limited editions created exclusively for this show; Home Shoppping Network's Festival of Dolls - discover new dolls from the comfort of your living room; Joke Grobbin wins a World of Collectors - the Dutch artist celebrates 25 years of making people happy with her dolls; Hitty Approches the Milennium - a 6.5 inch wooden doll, nearly 200 years old, provides inspiration for artists and collectors alike. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label. Binding intact. A sound copy.

Title: DollReader (Doll Reader) Magazine, November 1998 - Mattel's Chatty Kathy Returns!

Author: Mazzetti, Mark; Sargent, Lia; Palka, Kurt W.; Ryan, Kathleen; Mertz, Ursula R.; Graff, Mary; Wood, ScottHeyerdahl, Virginia Ann

Categories: Antiques/Collectibles, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Cumberland: 1998

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 302g2745

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