Architect of Historical Paper Dolls
Compendium of early 1900s Paper Dolls
Some of the most intriguing and beautifully painted paper dolls to have appeared in national magazines in the early 1900s were done for Butterick's fashion magazine, The Delineator. Ms. Chester was an architect/engineer to make these pretty dolls, to cut and assemble into 3-D forms. They make a cross-over collectible of "paper toy" and "paper doll."
Judy has scanned and cleaned up seven of the old originals and arranged them in this book format collection. Six from 1913 Delineator and one from The Woman's Magazine-1917.
This is a stapled BOOK. We are delighted to present this "perfect bound" (stapled) book from Forget-me-Not Publishing (FMN). Other titles, new and older ones on this site, will be added or changed to this format. These are 11”x17" pages printed in permanent laser colors, on top grade papers, folded and stapled to a finished size of 8.5x11. This formatting results in a reduction of 28% smaller than the originally published size. Costume pages are on Bright white archival 32# laser paper. Covers are on archival 80# laser paper. These papers are a dream to cut...nice clean edges, no popping of inks, very smooth and fun to handle. We slip the book into a crystal clear archival protective Mylar sleeve to keep it nice and clean. Price reduced.
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Restored Vintage Paper Doll, © 2008, Forget-Me-Not Publishing, Skandia Michigan