Diana, Princess of Wales, Paper Doll: The Charity Auction Dresses
Shortly before her untimely death, Princess Diana donated proceeds from the sales of many of her stunning evening dresses to charity. This spectacular paper doll collection features 31 of the silk, velvet, and satin auctioned garments. A treasure for paper doll collectors and fans of the legendary Princess. 1 doll, 31 costumes.

Queen Elizabeth I Paper Doll
A strong-willed monarch who led 16th-century England to a period of great strength and enormous prosperity, Elizabeth I is featured in this meticulously detailed paper doll collection that also depicts two of her admirers — Sir Walter Raleigh and Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex. The Queen’s seven magnificent gowns of silk, satin, and brocade are accented with pleated ruffs, pearls, and polished gemstones.

Henry VIII and His Wives Paper Dolls
A true Renaissance man, Henry VIII was an accomplished musician, author, and poet as well as the founder and supreme head of the Church of England. Although his court was a center of scholarly and artistic innovation, the king is best remembered for his many marriages. This collection features nine dolls — one of each of the six wives, plus three of the king in early, middle, and later years. Their sixteen lavish costumes include royal armor and elegant gowns of brocaded silk, taffeta, and velvet.

Nicholas and Alexandra Paper Dolls
The splendor of the Romanov court comes to life in this masterly paper doll recreation of the doomed Russian royal family. 11 dolls and 20 costumes include the royal couple’s wedding attire and their ermine-trimmed coronation robes, plus court gowns and sportswear for the four Grand Duchesses and the only son and heir, Tzarevitch Alexei.

Ferdinand and Isabella Paper Dolls
The opulence and glory of 15th-century Spain come to life with this collection featuring two of the country’s most powerful rulers. Figures of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella are accompanied by brocaded gowns and robes, ermine- and jewel-trimmed capes, suits of armor, and other regal apparel.

Marie Antoinette Paper Dolls
The ill-fated French Queen became the fashion paragon of the 18th century, thanks to the able assistance of her dressmaker, Rose Bertin. This lavish paper doll collection features 2 figures portraying the Queen and her stylist, accompanied by 15 sumptuous costumes.

Empress Elizabeth of Austria and Emperor Franz Joseph Paper Dolls
He was the handsome heir apparent to one of the oldest thrones in Europe. She was his fifteen-year-old cousin from Bavaria. For both, it was love at first sight! Tom Tierney captures all the drama and spectacle of the reign of Elizabeth and Franz Joseph of Austria in this spectacular paper doll collection. Figures of the Emperor and Empress are accompanied by a wardrobe of dazzling military uniforms, ball gowns, a riding costume, and coronation apparel.

William and Kate Paper Dolls: To Commemorate the Marriage of Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton, 29th April 2011
Royal watchers around the world rejoiced when Britain’s dashing Prince William and his longtime girlfriend, Kate Middleton, announced their engagement. This commemorative edition features paper dolls of the prince and his fiancée, plus a splendid wardrobe of seven costumes each, including William’s RAF uniform and the gorgeous sapphire-blue wrap dress that Kate wore at their press conference.

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