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Szent István Király Múzeum - Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár Könyvtár [MAd/28-2015]

Unknown Dolls

Gauder-Anka: Unknown Dolls (Városi Képtár -Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Városi Képtár -Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

"History of the Collection:
After 1945 Georgine Anka, then living in Budapest, started repairing dolls to obtain her ration cards. As replacement parts were not available, she used pre-war pieces which were generally made of celluloid and of German origin. When Frau Anka moved to Germany in 1956, with her husband, she again opened a large doll reparing business. She found that most of her clients wanted new doll parts, particularly heads, rather than having the old celluloid ones reparied."

A guide for the unknown dolls of the Gauder-Anka-Stuttgart Collection, exhibited in the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood in 1976.

Material/Technique

12 p. : ill.fekete-fehér fotók

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Szent István Király Múzeum - Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár

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