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Lincoln Mold Company - Exclusive Distributor of the Betty Bailey Originals Molds
  Lord Christopher Wren, Fashion Plate Collection   Monroe Dunn, Front Porch Collection   Pi Biedy   June Bug, Front Porch Collection   Lady Kathryn, Fashion Plate Collection
  Now available the New 11 inch June Bug, Pi Biedy & BJ Kendreck!  

Lady Marion as seen on the cover of Doll Crafter & Costuming Magazine.

ELCOME TO LINCOLN MOLD COMPANY!  WE OFFER A wonderful collection of porcelain doll molds and doll clothing patterns created by the artist Betty Bailey. Our Fashion Plate Collection includes molds for victorian era dolls, and we offer many carefully researched authentic Victorian doll clothing patterns designed specially for these highly collectible dolls.

   The Front Porch Collection captures the essence of childhood with it's expressive faces. All dolls made from molds in this collection are made with the same body. Children's clothing patterns are also available.

   You will find patterns to fit American Girl Dolls, as well as carefully researched authentic civil war uniforms, and civil war era dresses and wedding gowns.


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French Fashion Body for 11 1/2 inch Dolls

Designed by Betty Bailey, for reproduction antique heads. Made of composition. Has beautiful porcelain hands. Also has a porcelain shoulder plate in Bell's "French Glow" The shoulder plate can be removed to use your choice of shoulderplate. (Head not included)

The inspiration for this doll body is an unnamed antique French body that was used by Bru, Huret and Jumeau. The doll itself was around 15 inches. The original antique body was made of wood and was fully jointed.

The body is easy to pose and has life-like movements with her ball joints. The height of the body from feet to top of shoulder plate is 9 inches. The finished doll is 11 1/2 inches. She is perfect for reproduction antique heads. Her feet were designed to wear those beautiful little shoes with a bit of a heel. The shoes that I used in designing the feet can be purchased from Land of Oz Dolls. The shoes with the heels actually completes her balance.

Land of Oz Dolls also have beautiful heads that fit, eyes, wigs and other supplies for these "Elegant Ladies".

Our body is made of an air drying composition that is light weight and very strong when dry. As strong as fired ceramic but doesn't brake as easily. The body is finished with a smooth enamel that is very durable. The soft body color matches Bell's "French Glow" porcelain or Seeley's "French Bisque". The body is well designed and balanced.

This body is now offered for:
$ 149.00 US

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LINCOLN MOLD COMPANY will be in the sales room of: This years IDMA convention coming up.

So don't miss the International Doll Makers Association 2009 IDMA Convention

July 8 to11, 2009
We will be in the sales room July 10 and 11

Hope to see you there!



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Click to enlarge image 1910 Girl's Dress with Apron - Pattern 100
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1910 Girl's Dress with Apron
Pattern 100

Click to enlarge image 1904 Bathing Suit that fits American Girls Dolls - Pattern 45
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1904 Bathing Suit that fits American Girls Dolls
Pattern 45

Click to enlarge image B. J. Kendrick Head Mold - Mold: BJ
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B. J. Kendrick Head Mold
Mold: BJ

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