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Electra Grace is from the Tiny Treasures Collection. The box came with her. She is only 7” tall.
Under the Classic Children I have Prim & Proper and Fleurette 'n' Fifi.
Under the Christmas Collection, I have Victorian Christmas.
Under the Fables and Folktales Collection, I have Tattercoats, a version of Cinderella.
Under the Gentle Pursuits Collection, I have “Emily and Her Diary”.
Under the Lawton Library, I have Alice in Wonderland.
Under the Little Women Revisited Collection, I have all 4: Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy
Under the Memories and Melodies Collection, I have all 6 of these. Scarlet Ribbons was my very first Lawton doll. The first 4 came out in 1993. The other 2 are “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” and “Easter Parade”. They are only 9” tall.
Under the Merely Me Collection, I have Perfectly Patty and Precisely Paloma
Under the One Nation Under God Collection, I have both Betsy and The Patriot. They both arrived here on the same day, on Veteran’s Day, November 12, 2001.
From the Poetry Collection, I have “At Aunty’s House”
From the Royalty Collection, I have Grand Duchess Anastasia Nicholaievna
From the Travel Collection, I have “Joy for Your Journey”
From the Collection, “A Tribute to June Amos Grammer Collection” I have the set of June Amos and Mary Anne. I bought the book “Mary Anne” illustrated by June Amos Grammer separately.
Lawton Guild Dolls