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Free doll molds: Clare County, MI

Posted by pewlady (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 18, 09 at 13:02

My dear mother-in-law passed away recently. An avid doll maker, she left behind about 50 different molds. I believe most are Victorian (judging by the dolls I've seen) and, while I don't have the manufacturers' model numbers, I also believe many are made by a company called "Seeley." If you are interested in having them and are willing to pick them up, please email me: with "doll molds" in the subject line, or phone me at 617-281-5657. Thank you.

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RE: Free doll molds: Clare County, MI

I am in Middle Tennessee and I would love to pick up the molds and give them a good home
Sorry for your loss
Mariolive Landon

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