The most lifelike, 10-inch-long baby doll ever—a So Truly Real® ﬁrst!
Tiny Miracle Emmy by Master Doll Artist Linda Webb
Only 2 payments of
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This doll is suitable for ages 3 through adult.
An incredible value, just $59.99!
The Ashton-Drake Galleries
9200 North Maryland Ave., Niles, Illinois 60714-1397
Imagine all the delicate realism of a real infant that you can almost cradle in one hand! That’s Tiny Miracle Emmy—the ﬁrst So Truly Real® baby doll ever created in a truly amazing 10-inch size. This unique baby doll is the inspired creation of brilliant doll artist Linda Webb....and so true to life, she really is a “tiny miracle.” Tiny Miracle Emmy has every feature of a So Truly Real® baby doll. From her RealTouch™ vinyl skin (our exclusive formula), to her softly curled, micro-rooted hair, wispy eyelashes, and tiny, hand-painted ﬁngernails and toenails, “Emmy” is so lifelike! Even at her petite size, when you hold her and cuddle her, she feels almost real. “Emmy” arrives in a simple and sweet traveling outﬁt, a white footed sleeper paired with a classic pink baby sweater with ﬂower-shaped buttons. Adorable! A Linda Webb one-of-a-kind doll can sell for thousands of dollars, but Tiny Miracle Emmy is only $59.99*— yes, under $60 for a Linda Webb masterpiece, and an important collector ﬁrst! Your satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed, or you may return your doll within one full year. Make this “tiny miracle” of a baby doll your very own at a miraculous price. To order, send no money now. Just complete and mail the coupon today. ©2007 ADG, 9200 N. Maryland Ave., Niles, IL 60714-1397
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*Plus a total of $7.99 shipping and service charges. Sales tax additional on shipments to Illinois. Please allow 10 to 12 weeks for shipment after initial payment is received. All orders are subject to acceptance. Price is higher in Canada.
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