Product: Princess Victoria and Dolls

Princess Victoria and Dolls
by Doris Rockwell Gotilly
Downloadable e-Paper Doll

Help Princess Victoria of England play with her dolls at age 16!

In 1835, Princess Victoria of England was 16 years old and two years away from becoming Queen of England upon her father’s death. Queen Victoria reigned for 63 years and 7 months, the longest of any English monarch. When she was sweet sixteen, Britain was in the Regency style and ladies wore dresses with raised waistlines. Victoria’s dolls also have raised waists on their little dresses. Princess Victoria is a line drawing allowing her to be colored to personal preference with crayons or colored pencils. This doll appeared in the May 1983 issue of Doll Reader Magazine.

Included in this 3 page PDF of a black and white illustration paper doll are:

  • A doll in corset cover and half slip
  • Off shoulder Regency style evening gown
  • Fur trimmed evening cape
  • Fur trimmed hood matching evening cape
  • Dressing gown
  • Four of Victoria’s dolls without garments or accessories

This paper doll and her accessories are a PDF that will be downloaded to your computer and printed off by your computer’s printer. Please help keep Sunbonnet Smart on-line by not sharing paper dolls. Be fair! Don’t share!

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