Has anyone seen dolls like this anywhere online before?? If so, do you (or do you know where I can get it) any information about where these dolls may have origionally been made? I doubt they're worth anything. I'd just like to know more about their history.
I also have a set of Japanese style "paper dolls". (not pictured)
They are made with cardboard for the backing. The clothing is real material. And, I kid you not, the hair on the "paper dolls" is real hair. I'd LOOOVE to know the history about those. So! If you know anything about antique asian dolls, I'd love to know you!! =D