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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 109. Chapters: Fashion dolls, Fictional dolls and dummies, Barbie, Mdvanii, Tin Woodman, Buzz Lightyear, Monster High, Bratz, Crash test dummy, Jem, Chi, Ventriloquist, Sheriff Woody, Sindy, Chucky, Sex doll, Jessie, Scarecrow, My Scene, Jack Attack, Raggedy Ann, Fulla, Pullip, Sally, Tiffany, Mannequin, Crissy, Brother Power the Geek, Auton, Flavas, Moxie Girlz, Bild Lilli doll, Torchy the Battery Boy, Glen Tilly, What's Her Face, Pinocchio, Slappy the Dummy, Tammy, Jack Pumpkinhead, Groovy Girls, Blythe, Gene Marshall, Feathertop, Daisy, Patchwork Girl, Mannequin Two: On the Move, The Scarecrow, Licca-chan, Momoko Doll, Worzel Gummidge, Clea Bella, Leggy, Sybarite, Tressy, Jenny, Diva Starz, Ivan Ivanovich, Jamila, Asian fashion doll, Baby Oopsy Daisy, Cynthia, Tyler Wentworth, Dawn doll, Teen Trends, Sea Wees Dolls, Saghira, Resusci Anne, Dollfie, Bleuette, Razanne, Manikin, Pippa, Hot Looks, Kitty Collier. Excerpt: Mdvanii was originally conceived as a conceptual art and fashion doll for adults (and particularly art, fashion and doll collectors) by artist BillyBoy*. Since 1990 it has known to have been a collaboration with his life partner, artist Jean Pierre Lestrade (a.k.a Lala). The doll was originally made in a matte Caron make-up toned hard resin and 25 centimeters tall. Mdvanii debuted on February 14, 1989 in London, England. Mdvanii was conceived by the artist, collector, social figure, and designer BillyBoy* whose involvement with nostalgic and antique dolls started at a young age. He was a collector of antique French fashion dolls and Kamkins cloth dolls but also Barbie dolls and other vintage post-war fashion dolls since the early 1970s. He started to re-design dolls for his own amusement, re-painting and re-dressing Barbies but also other commercial dolls from the 1960s and 1970s as a teenager. He received press as...