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10/15/2017 04:19 PM
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(8) ORIENTAL PAPERDOLLS (CLOTH COVERED)

age: 70+ years old

size: 4 to 5 inches long

composition: cloth, paper, other materials

rating: 8-7

comments: A lot containing a set of older cloth covered paper dolls, all with Asian theme. Features 8 in total and appear to be Oriental men and women. The fabric appears to be silk and other materials. Attached to crumbling paper on which is written a description, i.e. "Ho Hsien Ku with lotus flower" "Patroness of Housewives" and so forth. Condition is fair to good with some having some wear, some brittle paper, overall intact and well made. We encourage you to come in and take a look.

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