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Collector's Guide to Dolls of the 1960s and 1970s: Identification and Values, Vol. 2 Paperback – Illustrated, June 14, 2004
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In addition to doll books, Cindy also writes middle grade and young adult novels and is a member of the Society of Children Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). For fifteen years she served as an adviser and contributing writer and photographer for the yearly price guide books Garage Sale and Flea Market Annual and Schroeder's Collectible Toys.
Visit Cindy's writing website at www.cindysabulis.com. Her vintage toy company Toys of Another Time can be found at www.toysofanothertime.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Just like her Collector's Guide Vol I, Volume II is page after page of beautiful photographs and informative descriptions of dolls I had or wanted as a child, and also contains many dolls I never knew existed (but now of course must obtain). There's so much there, I find something new each time I peruse it afresh.
Warning: The cost of this book is very reasonable. But unless (unlike me) you have a lot of self-discipline, it will ultimately cost you far more than the initial purchase price!
But don't worry: you'll still see Twiggy, Flatsies, Liddle Kiddles, Heidi and the Rock Flowers. But then there's the obscure guys like Mr. & Mrs. Mouse House, Herby Hippy, and Lil' Souls. Just when you think you've seen it all Cindy will surprise you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not quite what I was expecting, based upon other reviews I'd read. I was under the impression that the talking dolls were more represented in this volume, but they were barely... Read morePublished 11 months ago by JMattern
Although it covers a lot of territory and cannot provide the detail of a specific maker, this book has some dolls I have and that are not in any other books. Read morePublished on November 27, 2013 by Olivia Neece
Great book, very informative, especially for the modern dolls collector.
Dolls are mostly American, so more suitable for the American market.