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Joe Blitman’s Fashion & Celebrity Dolls
5163 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
(323) 953-6490
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Marl & B Inc.Marl & B Inc.
10301 Braden Run
Bradenton, FL
(877) 227-2438
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Marl & B Inc. is a collectible doll business that has been supplying collectors their favorite dolls for over 22 years. We specialize in vintage Barbie, Integrity Toys, Sybarites from Superflock, Tonner, Randall Craig & Dressmaker Details. We are “Simply The Best”!

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Gigi's dollsGigi's Dolls & Sherry's Teddy Bears
6029 N. Northwest Highway
Chicago, IL
(773) 594-1540
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Windy City DollsWindy City Dolls
227 South Third Street, #106
Genera, IL
(630) 208-0069
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Mary T's Doll House

Mary T's Doll House
1625 E. Pleasant Valley Blvd. Unit C
Altoona, PA
(814) 949-2907
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logobzas_smallerBearzabout
15702 Main NE, Duvall, WA
(425) 844-9100 or
(800) 595-1050
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mfd.com: My Favorite DollMy Favourite Doll Inc.
4181 Sladeview Cr. Unit 33
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
(905) 819-8326 or (888) 689-7777
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MFD is a leader in Fashion Doll Collectibles! First rate customer service. Secure on-line ordering and incredible shipping (international). Toronto area showroom. MFD carries all Integrity & Jason Wu lines, Barbie, Tonner, Dressmaker Details, Rini and RC. Plus BJDs, KIO Fashions, wigs, eyes and accessories.

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Chelsea's Collectors CottageChelsea's Collectors Cottage
55 Bailey Street, Unit CA
Adamstown, NSW 2289, Australia
61 249 462 665
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Chelsea’s Collector Cottage is Australia’s premier doll source and is the sole authorized retailer of Integrity Toys in the country.  Collector Cottage is in its 9th year and proud to offer hard to find items to the doll community.

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Barbie in ChibaBarbie in Chiba: BIC Co. Ltd.
1-8 Kamei-Cho,Chuou-ku
Chiba-shi, Chiba, Japan
81 43 223 5751
Webpage in English Translation
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Pop Culture Perfected
Written by Karla Klein Albertson   
Friday, 13 March 2009 20:43

"Edward Cullen" and "Bella Swan" are the first character figures available from Twilight, the phenomenally successful book and movie saga about love between a human girl and vampire boy. Strong preorders at $139.95 each ensure the series will expand to other members of the Cullen family and vamp villains.Once upon a time, girls played with dolls and boys played with action figures. For the gen-X and millennial generations, however, that gender division has been erased. Whatever you call them, pose­able character figures with detailed costumes are essential for pop culture collections. Fans want accurate images, authentic gear and lifelike movement.

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Annette Himstedt Closes Her Manufactory's Doors
Written by Carie Ferg   
Monday, 05 January 2009 00:00

annette-himstedt-portraitAfter introducing her first vinyl collection 22 years ago in 1986, legendary dollmaker Annette Himstedt has made the decision to cease production. The combination of using increasingly higher quality materials through the years, resulting in increased production costs, and the downturn in the economy, are key factors in Himstedt’s decision.

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Hooray For Hildegard
Written by Robert Haynes-Peterson   
Thursday, 01 January 2009 00:00

“Lydia,” Günzel’s anniversary porcelain doll, is named after thHildegard Günzel’s Latest Dolls Fill our Hearts with Joy

Hildegard Günzel has done it again. Celebrating 35 years of dollmaking this year, the German artist’s creations continue to smile and jump and laugh and take us to where the livin’ is easy.

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The Girls from Dream City
Written by Carie Ferg   
Saturday, 01 November 2008 00:00

One of the Gene Marshall dressed Convention Collection dolls, chic and cosmic Integrity Toys’ Celestial Convention Collection “Slips the Surly Bonds of Earth”

In the doll-collector community, “Gene Marshall” is synonymous with “classic.” Mel Odom launched his 15½-inch fashion doll in 1995, forever changing the face of doll collecting. Depicting an actress’ life throughout the ’30s, ’40s and ’50s, the mini-icon with a big backstory took hold in doll collectors’ hearts the world over, creating an unprecedented market for fashion dolls for adults. Prior fashion dolls had largely been children’s playthings. Dozens of mimicries followed in her wake, but 13 years later, Gene continues to captivate collectors with her archetypical allure. They anticipate each new incarnation Odom and his team at Integrity Toys will dream up.

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Ready, Set, Action
Written by Sharon Verbeten   
Saturday, 01 November 2008 00:00

The Live Action dolls, led by Barbie, debuted in 1970 and embodied the “mod” era, especially in fashion. These dolls could “move and groove,” thanks to a special stand. “Barbie®”of the 1970s Could “Move and Groove”

In 2007 when Mattel introduced its Pivotal body for the “Barbie®” doll, fans of the legendary doll were thrilled. With 12 points of articulation, the posing possibilities were endless. Debuting on the Jazz Baby dolls, the articulation was the most seen—up to that point—on any Barbie doll.

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Legend of Yesterday, Promise of Tomorrow
Written by Carie Ferg   
Wednesday, 01 October 2008 00:00

“Opening Night at the Grand Ole Opry” has starlet allure with her glamorous ensemble. The 16-inch doll is limited to 175 pieces and comes with the guitar. Many licensed dolls are included in the fall 2008 collection, which is unusual at Alexander Doll Co. It may be the 85th anniversary of Alexander Doll Co., but for company president Gale Jarvis and vice president of sales David Morgenstern, 2008 has been another year to challenge themselves—building on the quality tradition that is synonymous with the company’s name while pushing into new territories.  “You have to outdo yourself every single year or else your collectors are disappointed. It’s nice that it’s the 85th year, but we didn’t work any harder this year because [of that],” Morgenstern says. “We have to work harder because our collectors are expecting more and more of us every single year.” 

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The Divine Devereaux Sisters
Written by Nayda Rondon   
Friday, 01 August 2008 00:00

Song of the EveningTonner Doll Co.’s New  Flappers Personify the Freedom and Fun of the Era

Emerging from the bleak reality and sobering horrors of World War I, Americans during the 1920s were bursting with the need to celebrate life. Diversion became the order of the day. Established social mores were shed in favor of fun and frivolity. Rebellion and the desire for change were in the air. Americans—chafing at restrictive social traditions and laws such as Prohibition—became intoxicated with the idea of breaking loose. Jazz music thrilled the ears and stirred the soul; Art Deco reached its zenith; modern appliances and inventions added to leisure time; the automobile brought increased freedom and mobility; women won the right to vote; and social roles were redefined.

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Kish & Co. Collectors Conference & Convention
Written by Carie Ferg   
Friday, 01 August 2008 00:00

helen-kish-niecesDeep in the hub of the Mile High City’s LoDo district sits The Oxford Hotel. Built in 1891, the historic inn showcases turn-of-the-century opulence enhanced by modern amenities. It is, to say the least … nice.

From April 25 to 27, the hotel bustled with the activity brought in by the Kish & Co. Collectors Conference & Convention. The hotel’s Victorian extravagance set the stage for an extended weekend of fine company, food, entertainment, learning opportunities and, of course, dolls. The event, dubbed Twice is Nice, kicked off Friday with store specials and collector interviews, which ran throughout the weekend. There were also workshops on BJD maintenance, artistic footwear, decorating with dolls, sculpting with Helen Kish, glamour photography and the special guest—acclaimed fashion illustrator Jim Howard. The convention picked up full swing at the opening dinner where enthusiastic attendees dressed as their favorite Kish dolls to participate in the theme.

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Bring on the Tiara
Written by Sharon Verbeten   
Friday, 01 August 2008 00:00


“Elegant” in a ruby red gown with a matching fan, Miss Spain 2008 was formerly a “Café Society® Barbie®.”  All photos courtesy of NiniMomo.A Pageant Theme Inspires NiniMomo’s Barbie® Creations

Long Islanders Nik Moronese and Marie LeBreton may not have taken a conventional path to becoming doll artists. But even though the duo behind NiniMomo took some career detours, their one-of-a-kind (OOAK) designs are a testament that dolls were their true destination. 

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