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Celluloid Dolls Celluloid Dolls

Celluloid Dolls - Celluloid is a class of compounds created from nitrocellulose and camphor. Plastic Celluloid is easily molded and shaped, and it was widely used as an ivory replacement as early as 1870. Celluloid toys became illegal in the United States in 1940.

Antique Celluloid Dolls were produced not only in the United States but in England, France, Germany, Japan, Poland and many other countries from 1869 to 1950. The following companies all claimed to be the first to produce a Celluloid Doll and Celluloid Doll parts - Averill, Cellba, Irwin, Jackson, Kestner, Kammer & Reinhardt, LeMinor, Marrs, Parsons and Rheinische Gummi. Celluloid dolls for sale, celluloid dolls ebay and celluloid dolls value can be easily found here at Lunch Time Shopper.

Metal Head Doll Metal Head Doll

Metal Head Dolls - Germany was the main manufacturer of metal head dolls in Europe during the early 1900s. The familiar tin heads were cut and stamped from sheet metal and then welded together. These inexpensive pleasant faced tin heads were sold separately usually as a replacement for the easily broken doll heads made of bisque or china. This explains why metal heads are found on various body types known to have had bisque heads.

Busehow & Beck as early as 1890 made metal doll heads trademarked "Minerva" that became the standard. Alfred Heller registered his metal head dolls "Diana" and Karl Standfuss registered is doll heads "Juno". Giebeler-Falk of New York City made aluminum metal head dolls they called "Gie-Fa" from 1918-1921. The Gie-Fa doll had a wooden body.

Wooden Dolls Wooden Dolls

Wooden Dolls - Germany and England were making Wooden dolls as early as the mid-1600s and they are considered very rare. The wooden dolls made in the early 1900s are far from common but are more plentiful. There are many beautiful carved wooden dolls made in Germany and Switzerland.

Modern or reproduction wooden dolls are common and care should be taken when purchased.

Wax Dolls Wax Dolls

Wax Dolls - There are three different types of wax dolls - (1) Wax Over Dolls (2) Poured Wax Dolls and (3) Reinforced Wax Dolls.

The age lines on an original surface is always more desirable than a restored or newly rewaxed surface. If the surface of a waxed doll is smooth with no cracks then you can be sure that it has been rewaxed.

Wax-Over Dolls - made in England, France and Germany during the 1800s and early 1900s were made of different materials such as paper Mache an waxed over.

Poured Wax Dolls - are are life like and a favorite of the rich in the early 1900s.

Reinforced Wax Dolls - were made in Germany from 1860 to 1890. The wax head was reinforced from within with plaster of paris.

Paper Mache Dolls Paper Mache Dolls

Paper Mache Dolls - Several German doll makers made doll heads from a special type of composition known as Paper Mache. Paper Mache was a plastic material made from paper pulp, sizing, paste, oil and resin.

All Paper Mache Dolls were handmade as early the 1600s. In 1800s they were massed produced using a special pressed mold process.

Paper Mache Dolls Paper Dolls

Paper Dolls - made their way into collectors hands in the 1700s and have been a favorite of many ever since. Paper dolls were often intended to display fashion and amuse the bored public. The dolls were dressed in layers of hand painted paper clothing.

Paper dolls in the United States became big business at the end of the Civil War when war widows supported themselves as paper doll colorers. The improvement in paper and chroma-lithography printing allowed for mass production of inexpensive paper dolls by the early 1900s.

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