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Szent István Király Múzeum - Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár Könyvtár [MAd/119-2016]

Whitton, Margaret: The Jumeau Doll

Whitton, Margaret: The Jumeau Doll (Városi Képtár - Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Városi Képtár - Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár (CC BY-NC-SA)

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To many collectors the Jumeau doll represents the apex of the dollmarker’s art. Margaret Whitton, associate curator, dolls, at the Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum, has written after extensive research, this lavishly illustred handbook, the first volume ever exclusively devoted to the Jumeau. Here is the fascinating history, verbal and pictoral, of this famous antique.
The Jumeau doll was manufactured in factories near Paris for a century after 1842. Up to the end of the nineteenth century it was an unsurpassed model of luxury, grace, elegance, and mechanical invention. What’s more, it wore the finest French fashion created by true fashion designers. Rare today, a Jumeau in good condition and in its original clothes commands several thousand dollars at auction.

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79 p.: ill. 60 p. fekete-fehér fotó, 32 p. színes fotó

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Object from: Szent István Király Múzeum - Hetedhét Játékmúzeum, Székesfehérvár

A Hetedhét Játékmúzeum Székesfehérvár történelmi belvárosában, a Hiemer-Font-Caraffa épülettömbben található. Állandó kiállítása ...

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