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The beloved heroine of Johanna Spyri’s classic story, Heidi comes alive with her black curls and pale eyes. The 9” wooden-bodied doll wears a traditional dirndl of woven cotton topped with a leather vest. In her book box are a basket of soft, white rolls for Peter’s grandmother and the warm red shawl she couldn’t bear to give away. A beautiful sunset-colored silk dress made over for her from one of Clara’s is included. Also tucked in the box is the book that made her so homesick when it reminded her of Grandfather’s home high up in the Alps. She’s available in a limited edition of just 75 dolls.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13946 (added 7/5/2007)
MSRP: $695.00Gender: Girls
From A Century of Scholars collection, Finishing Nanette has a 9" wooden body, red mohair, and blue eyes. Nanette attends finishing school where, in addition to her studies, she learns manners, social skills, fine needlework, and watercolors. She's dresses in a silk frock and cerulean blue jack trimmed with gold striped silk organza and piping. There are 100 dolls in this edition, which closes at the end of 2007. Creator Wendy Lawton has issued more than 250 original editions of dolls in the quarter century since the company was started.
— "We probably have a 1,000 different dolls. Our best artist doll is Wendy Lawton. They average about $400-$700," said John Flagh, co-owner of Toy Village in Lansing, MI.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13486 (added 6/14/2007)