1928 DOLLY DINGLE DOLL PD UNCUT FLIES TO RUSSIA, 1932 TO ENGLAND
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I have hundreds of these various paper dolls uncut unused mostly from the 70s and 80s from a large Canadian doll estate.. this is another one set up in a plastic envelope.. March 1928 Pictorial Review from a large magazine, signed by g g drayton this is Dolly Dingle flies to Russia with an aviator's suit,, lovely costume, and Russian headdress and costume. .. On the other side of this antique cut out paper doll is Dolly Dingle's World Flight in England, even the bunny with the English flag.. dated May 1932 . Afternoon dress, Sunday suit and play dress etc.. hats. and Dolly Dingle herself. she is about 8 inches high and the page about 14 x 11 inches.. not used.. some wear,, edge browning or water mark.. not bad for its age.. top corner is missing. AND FOLLOWING IS A WRITE UP I FOUND ON THE NET REGARDING THIS PARTICULAR ISSUE: QUOTE Pictorial Review.
Barclay, McClelland (cover illus); Grace G. Drayton, et al.
October 1932 issue of the magazine, illustrated in color and black and white, 82 pp, 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches, color pictorial wrappers. Good condition: first 2 pages mostly detached, couple of small spots to cover, one inch tear at lower left edge not affecting image area. Color cover by Barclay showing a woman and her borzoi dog with autumn leaves blowing. Includes full page color ads, plans for a French farmhouse, fashion illustrations, an article about Henry Ford "Henry Ford says we are in Revolution!" and "Dolly Dingle's World Flight" with paper doll illustrations by Grace G. Drayton. Item #33146 UNQUOTE