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Doll Arts: Cloth Dolls

"Doll manufacturers in England and the United States introduced the first commercially made rag dolls in the 1850s. Soft, safe, and warm to cuddle, a rag doll was often a child's first toy. These were generally less sophisticated than dolls made from other materials, such as bisque or wood, but had great charm nonetheless. Unfortunately, rag dolls are not very hard-wearing, as a result, fewer survive than any other type of doll." by Goodfellow

Snow White

Little Red Riding Hood

Flip doll in back of trunk.

playing with flip doll

Two-faced Doll No. 2

Little Red Riding Hood Cloth Flip Story Book Stuffed Doll Vintage 1950s Toy Cute

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Grand Procession: Dolls from the Charles and Valerie Diker Collection


Sacred Mission Day of the dolls 2

Rag Dolls, by Nana Huchy, Baby Girl Gifts

MODKID-rag-dolls-dressed2 by patty young / modkid, via Flickr

Tiny rag doll. $16.50, via Etsy.

A "sleeper", painted canvas doll. This doll found at a Good Will store is worth much more than forty bucks.