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    Erm...just an observation, and I might be wrong, but I don't think that dolly is a toy. Had as close a look at the photo as much as poss. and it looks like a poppet, which was/is used for sympathetic magic in northern europe...a bit like a voodoo doll but can be used for good as well as harm. I've seen kits for making these things and the shape & material is the same, which made me wonder.
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    Nah its just a soft toy, note the label on its leg - its mass produced tat.

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    Sorry about that...my mistake. :o Didn't realise the tag was attached. Ooops! :D
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