18 December 2010

Christmas in Menton - Dolls


Menton's flea market: how about a doll for Christmas?

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La brocante hebdomadaire de Menton: que diriez-vous d'une poupée pour Noël?

12 comments:

  1. I'm happily married Thank You! hahaha

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  2. Funny comment, Birdman! I find those dolls very appealing. I have a grandchild bedroom in my house and one cabinet has 10 dolls arranged along the top for granddaughter Olivia, who pays no attention to them. I would have loved them, but I guess she's a bit different. But, there are some beauties that I got at a garage sale from a collector! Guess I'm the collector now!

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  3. Oh, yes, I would like so much to have one like that!I like old toys very much, I kept preciously my mother's doll, but it's quite small. a doll like the one on the right would make me so happy! I envy Kate! :)

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  4. Dolls can be very scary.

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  5. I have two bisque dolls from my mother...they were from the very early 1900's. Still in very good shape... then there're my Barbie, Ken and Midge dolls, complete with wardrobes and accessories, Ginny dolls, (one cutie with bright red hair), Jeannie, the life sized 3 year old, and my Sweet Sue, the bride doll I got when I had mononucleosis for 9 months between nursery school and kindergarten...

    I have always treasured my dolls!!!

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  6. This post reminds me of an old collection of Lavin dolls. Very nostalgia inflicting here.

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  7. Oh, how I love the dolls of Menton.

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  8. I wonder if little girls still play with dolls ? At least, as much as on my time....

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  9. How about the one with black sunglasses in the back?

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  10. Yes, that was the point. I nearly put 4 dolls but thought I'd better not!

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  11. LOL Jilly, it would have been a fun title.

    I have two dolls here that come straight from that flea market. Nice memories...

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