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Paper Doll Adventures of Polly and Peter Perkins Vintage 1933:

Polly and Peter Perkins were paper dolls created by Gertrude A. Kay.

Polly is flower girl at Aunt Pauline’s wedding.

Aunt Pauline and Polly are shown with their wedding clothing.

This vintage paper doll is the original removed from the June 1933 Pictorial Review. It was page 49.

The page was torn from the magazine, is irregularly cut/torn down the left hand side and measures 13 ½ inches from top to bottom and 10 inches across.

It came to me sealed in a cellophane wrapper , mounted on cardboard.

There is a small black-bordered rectangle slightly below the waist of Aunt Pauline’s gown. I have found examples of this very paper doll in articles by collectors, and they all had the same little rectangle, so it was deliberate or a universal printing error.

Down at the very bottom, the right hand corner is very slightly bent. It also appears that at some point something must have been stapled to the cardboard in that corner – but the hole did not penetrate the page, although it may have contributed to the bent corner.

It will be sent to you very carefully packaged.

My home is smoke free.

Paper Doll Adventures of Polly and Peter Perkins Vintage 1933


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