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Thread: old doll, repair or keep as is?

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    Super Member burchquilts's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrendaY View Post
    I bought my very first antique doll on time payments, and she's a 27" standing Hilda.. Told the lady I bought her from that it would take me years to pay her off, but when I set my mind to it found other things that I could sell, and got her out of layaway in just a few months.. that was about 30 years ago! And altho my collection has grown since then, she's still my favorite doll..
    I am beyond jealous! LOL! I've just always loved Hilda! Is yours a baby Hilda or a little girl Hilda?
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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    I am beyond jealous! LOL! I've just always loved Hilda! Is yours a baby Hilda or a little girl Hilda?
    My Hilda is a toddler... has the slanted hip joints.. and is so big that she wears antique baby clothes and shoes. Also, she is wigged.. I would love to have a solid dome head Hilda, but probably never happen now..

    Most of my baby dolls are smaller and just the right size for a larger doll to hold..

    And you just never what dolly will be coming to you in the future.. They just keep on surprising me..

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