Recognizing Early Royal Doulton Ladies Figurines HN1-100 1913-1938

 Recognizing Early Royal Doulton Ladies Figurines HN1-100 1913-1938

Imperial Doulton Pretty Ladies HN1-100

This was Royal Doulton’s first line of puppets and was now and again likewise alluded to as the ‘Reasonable Ladies’. Where conceivable, I have recorded the name of the doll, the model number, the planners name and the creation year. Kindly uncovered as a main priority that these beautiful women are the absolute most uncommon, elusive royalgreen regal doulton women you will at any point run over and in case you are adequately fortunate to really discover one of these models in a sale or tangle deal some place, then, at that point, by gosh you should offer/purchase/wrangle take the necessary steps to get hold of this is on the grounds that these amazingly uncommon collectable imperial doulton dolls don’t come up frequently!

The other choice for tracking down these uncommon artistic dolls is obviously, sales management firm yet large numbers of these elusive, illustrious doulton puppets won’t be accessible at barters since they are without a doubt so uncommon. Try not to be deterred from attempting however, and in the event that you really get to know these and the later releases, sell off houses for the most part uncover important elective models as well. You can discover online regal doulton barters at any semblance of eBay where sell off postings are refreshed hourly so they could change whenever which implies in the event that you don’t see a fortune straight away, attempt again later. Be that as it may, it’s in every case best (and less expensive) to attempt to discover them ‘disconnected’ in vehicle boot deals or mix deals or even chairty shops.

If it’s not too much trouble, find underneath the rundown of eary 1913-1938 Royal Doulton ‘Beautiful Ladies’ alongside their related subtleties. Any of these would bring a figure with a large number at closeout so keep your eyes open!

HN1 Darling Charles Vyse 1913

HN2 Elizabeth Fry Charles Vyse 1913

HN3 Milking Time Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN4 Picardy Peasant (Female, White Hat, Blue Skirt) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN5 Picardy Peasant (Female, Dove Gray Costume) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN6 Dunce Charles J Noke 1913

HN7 Pedlar Wolf Charles J Noke 1913

HN8 The Crinoline George Lambert 1913

HN9 The Crinoline (Pale Green Skirt with Flower Sprays) George Lambert 1913

HN10 Madonna of the Square (Lilac Costume) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN11 Madonna of the Square (Gray Costume) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN12 Baby HN13 Picardy Peasant (Male) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN14 Madonna of the Square Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN15 Sleepy Scholar

HN16 Sleepy Scholar

HN17 Picardy Peasant (Male, Green Hat, Green Trousers) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN18 Pussy F C Stone 1913

HN19 Picardy Peasant (Male, Green Costume) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN20 The Coquette William White 1913

HN21 The Crinoline (Yellow Skirt with Rosebuds) George Lambert 1913

HN22 The Lavender Woman Phoebe Stabler

HN23 Lavender Woman

HN24 Sleep

HN25 Sleep

HN26 The Diligent Scholar William White

HN27 Madonna of the Square (Mottled Green and Blue Costume) Phoebe Stabler 1913

HN28 Motherhood (Style One) Phoebe Stabler

HN29 The Sleepy Scholar

HN30 The Motherhood (Style One)

HN31 The Return of Persephone Charles Vyse

HN32 Child on Crab Charles J Noke

HN33 An Arab (Green Costume, Blue Cloak) Charles J Noke 1913

HN34 Moorish Minstrel 1913 1938

HN35 Charley’s Aunt (Style One, Model 161) Albert Toft 1914

HN36 The Sentimental Pierrot Charles J Noke 1914

HN37 The Coquette (Green Costume with Flower Sprays) William White 1914

HN38 The Carpet Vendor (Style One, Model 163A) Charles J Noke 1914

HN39 The Welsh Girl, Myfanwy Jones Ernest W Light 1914

HN40 A Lady of the Elizabethian Period (Style One, Model 165) Ernest W Light 1914

HN41 A Lady of the Georgian Period Ernest W Light

HN42 Robert Burns (Style One) Ernest W Light

HN43 A Woman of the Time of Henry VI Ernest W Light

HN44 A Lilac Shawl Charles J Noke 1915

HN45 A Jester (Style One, Model 170) Charles J Noke 1915

HN46 The Gainsborough Hat H Tittensor

HN47 Gainsborough Hat

HN48 Lady of the Fan

HN49 Under the Gooseberry Bush Charles J Noke

HN50 A Spook (Style One) H Tittensor


HN80 Fisherwoman 1917 1938

HN81 The Shepherd Charles J Noke 1918

HN82 The Afternoon Call Ernest W Light 1918

HN83 Lady Anne 1918 1938

HN84 Mandarin 1918 1938

HN85 Jack Point 1918 1938

HN86 Out for a Walk 1918 1938

HN87 Lady Anne 1918 1938

HN88 Spooks 1918 1938

HN89 Spooks 1918 1938

HN90 Doris Keene as Cavallini Charles J Noke 1918

HN91 Jack Point 1918 1938

HN92 The Welsh Girl, Myfanwy Jones (Blue-Gray Costume) Ernest W Light 1918

HN93 Lady Anne 1918 1938

HN94 Young Knight 1918 1938

HN95 Europa and the Bull 1918 1938

HN96 Doris Keene as Cavallini Charles J Noke 1918

HN97 Mermaid 1918 1938

HN98 Guy Fawkes 1918 1938

HN99 Jack Point 1918 1938

A considerable lot of these puppets have since been changed in later releases so when you are out chasing after your dolls, ensure you generally check the HN number and see which ‘version’ of a specific model you have. You can see which HN model numbers allude to which years (and this generally relates straightforwardly to esteem) at the site recorded at the lower part of this free aide

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