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Author Name    Paper Dolls Book “Duke & Duchess of Windsor Fashion Paper Dolls in Full Color” Tom Tierney

Title   Duke & Duchess of Windsor Fashion Paper Dolls in Full Color Vintage 1988y Tom Tierney Book UNCUT *****FIRST CLASS SHIPPING INCLUDED – DOMESTIC ORDERS ONLY!*****

Binding/Type   Paper

Book Condition   Uncut & Near Mint

Size   9 & 1/4

Publisher, Location, Year Published   New York Dover Publications, Inc. 1988

Seller ID   Paper Dolls Duke Duchess of Windsor

Item:   UNCUT Original 1988 “Duke and Duchess of Windsor Fashion Paper Dolls in Full Color” Tom Tierney Book. Beautiful as well as educational, this delightfully enchanting and informative Book contains an Introduction as well as meticulously researched accurate Biographical Information, and features Captioned Detailed Recreations of Period, Designer Ceremonial Clothing Fashions (Uniforms, Suits, Gowns, Casual Wear Attire, Accessories & more...) spanning the years 1911 thru 1967, authentically rendered by noted Illustrator, Tom Tierney


***”...King Edward VIII and Wallis Warfield Simpson...The jewels and the wardrobe of the Duchess (Dutchess) were the envy of women on both sides of the Atlantic, and the Duke literally set the style in men’s attire in the English-speaking world for a generation...These superbly drawn paper dolls and costumes accurately depict stunning examples of their ceremonial attire over more than five decades, 1911 to 1967...” 


Date of Publication: Vintage - 1988 (1980s) Paper Dolls Book


Author/Designer:  Tom Tierney, Noted Illustrator


Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc. - New York


Total Number of Pages: 32 pages total, 18 of which are printed pages


Total Number of Color Plates Pages (printed on one side of each page only): 16


Total Number of Costumes/Outfits: Thirty-Two (32)

Total Number of Paper Dolls: Four (4) (two of the Duke and two of the Duchess, with the BONUS of their Dogs being depicted as well as part of several of their outfits)


Size: 9 & 1/4"H x 12 & 1/4"W


Format: Paper-bound, Soft Cover


Condition:   Paper Dolls, Outfits - UNCUT & Near Mint; Book Covers - Near Mint; Interior Pages - being noted merely for purposes of accuracy is that the blank margin portion of the upper outer edge of the page upon which Plate 4 is contained has been folded back, however the fold is situated WELL AWAY from the Costume Cutouts themselves



EXCERPTED INFO: “...The Duke and Duchess are each represented by two dolls. The Duke’s 14 costumes include his most impressive uniforms and robes of state, among them those he wore for his investiture as Prince of Wales and as Royal Commander of the Guards. Here, too, are his Royal Navy and Bengal Lancer ceremonial uniforms, his elegant attire for the races, his finely tailored suits and casual wear, and, of course, the omnipresent Windsor knot, which he originated. The 14 costumes for the Duchess include the gown she wore for presentation at Court in 1934; dresses she wore on her honeymoon in Venice and Austria; gowns by Mainbocher, Chanel and Dior; and casual attire. All are fully accessorized, including selections from the Duchess’s celebrated jewels. Her costumes and those of the Duke, are classic examples of French couture and British tailoring in their finest hour.”



*Swimsuit worn in Honolulu during return from Australia

*At his investiture as Prince of Wales, Caernarvon Castle

*Dressed for the Country

*At the races

*Dressed as a Bengal Lancer during his Indian Tour

*On a visit to Japan

*As Royal Commander of the Guards

*In Royal Navy ceremonial uniform



*Bathing costume worn on a trip to Biarritz with Edward

*Court presentation gown

*In the garden of the Chateau de Cande, awaiting the arrival of Edward

*In the gown copied by Madame Tussaud’s waxworks to dress their effigy of the Duchess

*Silver lame gown by Mainbocher; sapphire and diamond jewelry

*Chanel gown worn during last days in Paris before the German occupation

*Ball gown

*Masked ball costume



*Clothes worn on the island of Rab during a Dalmatian coast cruise aboard the yacht Nahlin

*Bathing costumes worn during the cruise aboard the Nahlin

*Wedding costumes, June 3, 1937: Duchess - Crepe satin gown of specially dyed “Wallis” blue, by Mainbocher; hat, of straw, feathers and rulle, by Reboux; sapphire and diamond bracelet by Van Cleef. Duke - Formal day wear of cutaway coat, double-breasted vest and striped trousers

*Costumes worn in Venice during the honeymoon

*Costumes worn at Schloss Wasserleonburg, Austria, during the honeymoon

*French Red Cross uniform at the beginning of World War II

*As major general with the British military mission in France

*Dior New Look gown with silver brocade; at a New York party

*Costumes worn at the unveiling of a plaque dedicated to Queen Mary, at Marlborough House, London


Price = 42.99 USD

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