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The early English wax doll, a mere 12”, was garbed in original gown, believed to be made by the hands of Laetitia Clark Powell of London in the late 1700s; other examples of her dolls, also costumed by her, are in the Victoria and Albert Museum. The doll sold for $19,950.

The early English wax doll, a mere 12”, was garbed in original gown, believed to be made by the hands of Laetitia Clark Powell of London in the late 1700s; other examples of her dolls, also costumed by her, are in the Victoria and Albert Museum. The doll sold for $19,950.

The early English wax doll, a mere 12”, was garbed in original gown, believed to be made by the hands of Laetitia Clark Powell of London in the late 1700s; other examples of her dolls, also costumed by her, are in the Victoria and Albert Museum. The doll sold for $19,950.

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