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14 1/2" UFDC 51st National Chicago Convention souvenir,
Marcus, as Father Time by doll artist Susan Dunham. He has
a bisque head, and bisque body to his waist, signed on back by the artist,
with cloth hips, and bisque lower arms, and lower legs. He comes with a
sycle, white gown, and a papier mache mask to dress him as Father Time. In
the original marked box, limited edition. Circa 2000
8" Katrena by Wendy Lawton for 53rd UFDC
Convention, MIB. She has a bisque socket head, on a jointed composition
body. Circa: 2002
14" Phyllis Wright
"Gibson Girl" made for the UFDC 1993 regional. She has her
bathing suit (no beach chair).
11" UFDC St. Louis
1989 Souvenir, made by Linda K. Steele, a portrait of John Clendenian.
Hand signed by both John, and Linda.
9 1/4" Composition
doll, "Pa Pitt", made for the 1953 Pittsburgh, PA UFDC
convention. He is the First souvenir doll. Made for UFDC's 4th annual
National Convention, and designed by sculptor Xanthos Kontis. A character
based on William Pitt, for whom Pittsburgh was named, he is dressed
in 18th century garb, has
painted features, and is jointed at the head, and arms. The 1953
convention was sponsored by the Pittsburgh Doll Club. There is some slight
crazing. He is all original, and he also has the original wrist tag from
9 1/2" 1990 UFDC Convention Doll, by
Kathy Redmond. Her name is "Alice". She has a bisque
shoulderhead, with glazed hair, painted features, cloth body, and bisque
limbs. Made for the Washington UFDC Convention, she comes with her original
box, and paperwork.
UFDC Steiff 13" teddy bear, made for the Beautiful
Children Convention, 1996. Mint condition, never on display, with the original banner,
paper tags, and plastic bag he was packaged in. HE GROWLS WHEN TIPPED, AND THE MOHAIR IS
SOFT AND SILKY.