Playing with Cher dolls. The singer, the actress, the muse. We, Rex Dieter and Mimi Berlin, gathered some fine examples of toys and playsets made in plastic during the heyday of Sonny and Cher in the 1970s. That’s all, Have a nice day! xoxo Mimi Berlin
The Cher makeup center is our favorite Cher-Toy in this list: those bedroom eyes, that scary look on the child’s face tho…… (image via i.collector).Cher’s Dressing Room Playset, with a very ugly doll resembling the singer.(1976) Includes: Black Full Length Leotard, Wardrobe with Hangers, Coffee Table, Couch, Magic Mirror, & 4 Double-Sided Magic Mirror Cards. Features: Make-Up Mirror, Dressing Table, Wardrobe w/Hangers, American Indian Motif Labels, Couch, Magic Mirror, Coffee Table, Rotation Lever, Rotating Pedestal Stand, & comes with an Easy To Carry Detachable Strap Handle (buy via) Sonny and Cher returned to television in 1976 with a new show called The Sonny & Cher Show. Mego Toys created dolls and a doll house to coincide with the show. (image and knowledge via webdebris.com)
Colin Scott taxidermy model of two squirrels playing cards, 30cm
walter potter, squirrel card game
Victorian Taxidermy by J. Lawrence
(images via the-saleroom.com / taxidermy4cash.com)
There are thousends of images like these to be found on the net….remarkable!
Have a nice Day!
Below: Dr Pat Morris talks about the quirky world of Walter Potter’s taxidermy, including insights into his collection, as inspired by his new book with Joanna Ebenstein: Walter Potter’s Curious World of Taxidermy.
Enter Victorian taxidermist Walter Potter’s fantasy world of taxidermy at www.walterpottertaxidermy.com