UFDC 2001 National Convention Souvenir Doll by Helen Carr

The UFDC 2001 52nd Annual National Convention was held in Atlanta, Georgia and was named "Starry Starry Night." Helen M. Carr designed and created "Alexander," the souvenir doll presented at the Friday night banquet. Alexander is approximately 7-1/2 inches tall, is made of all bisque, and has molded clothing. His features are beautiful! MIB Alexander is being sold in his original box with the excelsior and protective bubble wrap around his head, arms and legs. Highly collectible and a wonderful investment as these UFDC Convention dolls continue to grow in value. The Jan Foulke series of price guides contains a section under "UFDC" that lists souvenir dolls from the National and Regional Conventions and their values. The dolls are all limited editions and were distributed to convention attendees as souvenirs.

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