Wednesday, April 10, 2013

 WEIRD DOLL WEDNESDAY, PART 41

SPECIAL EDITION

 This package was waiting for me when I got home last Thursday. Royal Mail?


Buckingham Palace and purple paper? A gift from the Queen? Nah, a gift from Frocktasia! Hmmm,,,,,,,,,posted on Wednesday could only mean one thing:

WEIRD DOLLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Maybe Russian?
Don't tell me......her tag says made by American Indians, so I'm guessing  "Native American"    She's from the Jamestown Settlement museum shop and that's her store tag.  The other one doesn't have any info. Let's see, made in America, traveled to England, bought at a car boot sale and sent back to America. She's a world traveler! Thanks, Jennie!

8 comments:

  1. i love it. i must send you one from ireland.

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    1. Shut the front door! That would be so cool!

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  2. These two dolls were searching for a perfect home and I simply aided their way to it.
    I'm so happy that they are now part of your weird doll collection, it really thrills me to bits :)
    Huzzah for Weird Doll Wednesday, it ROCKS!
    ...xXx

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  3. How fabulous, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
    Yesssssssss let us all of us send you dolls.
    I have to find a Spanish one soon
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXx

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  4. Well, here's my address:

    Katherine Raess-Young
    110 W mary st
    Valdosta Ga 31601
    USA

    I know it's a shock that Thorne isn't my real name. I may have to get another cabinet, the creepy things are taken over!!!!!

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  5. I've made a note of your address - there's a box of them in my Dad's loft I collected as a child. I'll send a few your way - unless you come to our next blog meet and I'll give them you in person! xxxx

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  6. I love it when blog friendships ensure things end up with their rightful owner! How kind of Jennie to send the dolls to you. xxxx

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  7. brilliant dolls, the native American one is rather sweet and she's really well travelled!

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