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Trying to identify a doll

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Hello, I found a doll in a thrift shop and I have no info on her at all. I attached a picture and maybe someone knoew who she is.  She is 18 in tall.thank you in advance for your help. Read more about Trying to identify a doll

SewistDen Intro & 2020 wrap up

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What an interesting year 2020 has been. The robotics team I coach went to the State Championship (again). Life slowed down due to the pandemic. In person robotics & group homeschooling adventures came to an almost full stop from the schedule we were used to maintaining.  Read more about SewistDen Intro & 2020 wrap up

Introductions All Around

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Hello! or maybe I should say, "Hey, Y'all!" since it is what I would say if standing face to face with you! Read more about Introductions All Around

Spotlight on Kaya (Day 1)

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Kaya's days in my home are numbered, so today I decided to give her some special attention. I will play with her lots, set upa little vilage of her own, etc. Today she has recieved cuddles and will recieve more stuff. I will blog about each day I spend with her. (But I can't guarentee daily.) Read more about Spotlight on Kaya (Day 1)

Why We Love Dolls

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Other than dolls are quiet and easy to care for without any backtalk. They come in so many lovely skin tones from around the world and some many different sizes. Some with long hair some with short. Some have a full figure to slim model doll bodies and they are a joy to display. Read more about Why We Love Dolls

John Lennon upcoming figure

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Here's a fun preview of our 1/6 scale John Lennon "Imagine" version for fellow collectors to check out if you like. 

One figure with three "Imagine" era outfit options, and some innovative new approaches we've come up with for the glasses accessories, the stand, the internal stainless steel armature, etc. 

We're really proud of it and delighted with how the final product has turned out. Hope you enjoy it!

Here's a link to pics and details if you're interested! Read more about John Lennon upcoming figure

Greetings from Molecule8!

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As longtime collectors ourselves, we're very excited about our new officially licensed John Lennon figure doll coming out soon. 

Our love of miniatures and figure dolls is what led to our forming of this company. It's a lot of hard work along the way to produce the quality we would want ourselves as collectors, but it's all been worth it! Read more about Greetings from Molecule8!

Greetings from Molecule8!

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As longtime collectors ourselves, we're very excited about our new officially licensed John Lennon figure doll coming out soon. 

Our love of miniatures and figure dolls is what led to our forming of this company. It's a lot of hard work along the way to produce the quality we would want ourselves as collectors, but it's all been worth it! Read more about Greetings from Molecule8!

My unidentified Doll collection

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Is this the right place to post this question? In my blog? I have been collecting discarded dolls for about 5 years. I have about 100 dolls that are from 1950s through to 2015. I have several that I can't identify and would like assistance in finding out more about them. I have one soft bodied vinyl doll that is about 24" long. She has a squeak box that when her chest is squeezed she make a "crying" sound. She is all vinyl, and is stuffed, so she is soft. She has sleep/wake eyes. There are no identifying marks on her body. Read more about My unidentified Doll collection

Is this a collectible?

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Hi. I have a 1997 Elise Dinsmore doll form Breezy Point Treasures by Sandra Built to. It is signed and numbered #58/1000 by by Lee Bereza. Can anyone give me any information on this doll please before it ends up in the toy Box? Thank you. Read more about Is this a collectible?

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