Vintage Miss Sunbeam Paper Doll Set 1950's (repro)
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Vintage Miss Sunbeam Paper Doll Set 1950's (repro):
Miss Sunbeam Paper Doll Set - 1950's Reproduction
Offered for purchase is a reproduction of Miss Sunbeam's paper doll set from 1950.
Miss Sunbeam's paper doll set was given as a free gift from Sunbeam bread bakers. Mother's could also duplicate Miss Sunbeam's wardrobe for her little girls by using the Simplicity patterns as noted by each outfit.
The paper doll sheet has been remastered to remove all major flaws so it looks crisp and new.What a oldie to share with your grand-children, or use for scrap booking, making collages & using for other graphic art projects as well!
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Returns are accepted within 7 days and refund will be given as cash back.
The cost of return shipping is the responsibility of the buyer.
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Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges.These charges are the buyer's responsibility.
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**Please Note**These was first created/released to the public in 1950 WITHOUT COPYRIGHT NOTICE and became part of the public domain 12/31/1979.
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