If you could have a doll right now, would it be one of these?
14 inch Halbig Kammer & Reinhardt 35 Girl Doll in Teal Silk & Lace
1880 – 1910 4 ½ inch All-Bisque Alpine Boy w/ribbed socks & blue shoes
14 inch Simon & Halbig 1448 Doll in All-Original Costume
1920’s 3½ inch Jointed Pink All-Bisque Doll in Traditional Costume of Spain
About Nana's Dolls
Our Service PledgeI want you to be happy with anything you purchase from me and will do my best to assure that you are. I provide multiple photos of each item I offer and try to point out any damage or flaws in the item's presentation. IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBTS CONTACT ME BEFORE YOU BUY and I will get the item you are considering out and examine it for anything you are concerned about. I'm honest as the day is long: If I can figure out the answer to your question, I'll answer you plainly. My goal is to honor my mother with the way I handle the sale of her things...and to make you as happy with Nana's things as I have been.
About UsNana was Lynda Jetmore Strathman, my mother. We shared a life-long love of dolls, which she began collecting as a child in the 1930s. When Nana died in 1999 my daughter, Stacy, and I inherited many of Nana's cherished dolls.
Now Stacy and her husband have transferred to an area without basements. Yikes! Suddenly it's time to do some serious sorting. Since I'm retired I volunteered to sell the dolls Stacy inherited from Nana. While getting ready to sell Nana's dolls for Stacy, I decided to rethink my own collection and have included some of my dolls in the shop too.
I've tried to tell you all I know about each doll or accessory, but if you have any questions please ask. I hope Nana's dolls make you as happy as they have made us!
P.S. SHIPPING WILL BE BY USPS PRIORITY MAIL FOR ALL ORDERS UNDER $5,000 UNLESS YOU SPECIFY OTHERWISE. There's a good reason:
Shipping always takes longer from here than you think it should from here because I live on a farm and ranch outside a town of 350 people in a county of fewer than 3,000 people. USPS Priority Mail leaves Longton each day Monday through Friday at 3:30 pm to be sorted overnight in Wichita, Ks and then head on its way that day. This NORMALLY makes USPS Priority Mail the fastest way to receive anything that is worth less than their insurance limit of $5,000 per package.
UPS does not come to Longton daily so when I have a package to send I call UPS for a pickup. They get the package the next day before 5pm...and then it sits overnight in a town of 7,000 people and is NOT sent to the sorting center in Wichita, Ks until the FOLLOWING day: That's a 2-day delay whenever anything leaves here via UPS.