Children of Japan

Children of Japan
Courtesy, R. John Wright

The Jumeau 201

The Jumeau 201
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Alice, Commemorative Edition

Alice, Commemorative Edition
Courtesy, R. John Wright

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Emma, aka, La Contessa Bathory

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c. 1969 Greek Plastic Mini Baby

c. 1969 Greek Plastic Mini Baby
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Iron Maiden; Middle Ages

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Sand Baby Swirls!

Sand Baby Swirls!
By Glenda Rolle, courtesy, the Artist

Glenda's Logo

Glenda's Logo
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Sand Baby Castaway

Sand Baby Castaway
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Mickey

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2000+ year old Roman Rag Doll

2000+ year old Roman Rag Doll
British Museum, Child's Tomb

Ancient Egypt Paddle Doll

Ancient Egypt Paddle Doll
Among first "Toys?"

ushabti

ushabti
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Legacy Doll Museum, Billings

See, below; here are some links and information from the museum in Billings:

www.legacydollmuseum.com. There are great photos, and upcoming events, as well as newsletter information.



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March 2011 Antique Doll Collector Magazine Features Legacy Doll Museum!
On Dale's birthday, Feb 25, we got the March 2011 issue of Antique Doll Collector with a 7 pages full color article featuring The Legacy Doll Museum. We have copies for sale for $5.95 here at the museum. Please come and share in our excitement!2011 Roaring 1920s High Tea Event April 16! Buy your tickets now as they are selling fast. We expect to be sold out soon.
We are currently selling tickets to the April 16 2011 High Tea. Tickets are $15.00. The event is from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. We open at noon so feel free to come early to see the museum or get in a bit of shopping before the big even. We will likely be sold out in March so please send payment as soon as possible. The ticket includes the tea and snacks, 1920s presentation and admission to the museum on the day of the tea. It is a lot of fun. The Antique Doll Collector magazine is doing a featured article in March so there will be a lot of advertising for the tea and tickets will sell fast. We will be welcoming a Flapper doll into the museums perminent collection.

Mattel Liddle Kiddles first appeared in 1966 so Legacy Doll Museum is celebrating their 45th anniversary with a temporary display. These dolls never fail to inspire a smile.

Check out our December 2010 newsletter that outlines all the recent and future happenings at the museum.


The Legacy Doll Museum, located on 3206 6th Avenue North in Billings Montana 59101, is the brain child of an avid Billings doll collector. The museum houses an extensive collection of antique, collectible, and modern dolls. Vignettes such as Wash on Monday, Iron on Tuesday etc. as well as displays of 1800's doll accessories and toys will delight you. Toys and bears are displayed in scenes related to childhood. You will also see French Fashion dolls with their original trousseaus, German Character dolls, and Modern Hard Plastic dolls with complete wardrobes. Terri Lee, vintage Ginny, Shirley Temple, Gene, Cissy, Barbie, American Girl and many more. Over 500 dolls and 4,000 toys, accessories and playthings will delight your senses.

We have a huge gift and antique shop that we are adding to every week. The gift shop is the first room you enter from the street and there is no admission to shop. We are affiliated with the Billings Doll Hospital so please contact us about the repairs you need.

We look forward to helping scouts get their doll collecting, hobby and history patches. We are wheelchair accessible. Please give us a call if you need to make an appointment for another time, we are glad to meet you if you give us a week's notice.
HOURS & ADMISSION
We are open Thursday - Saturday Noon - 5pm. (If regular hours will not work for you call 406-252-0041 at least 5 days in advance and we can make an appointment for another day or time). Summer hours begin on June 15 2011.

Admission: Adult $5, Senior (60 & Over) $4, Children (3 thur 12) $3 There is no admission charge for shopping in the gift shop/antique store so please stop by often. We do not accept credit or debit cards. We do accept cash and checks for admission and purchases in the gift shop. We are wheelchair accessible.

Parking: The door to the museum is on the corner of Division Street and 6th Avenue North. Park on either side of Division & Alderson (free parking) or 32nd Street North (parking meters during the week before 5pm, you do not need to pay the meters on Saturday). We are located on the opposite end of the WMCA block.
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