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Those who love babies, children, pretty ladies, animals or fantasy figures will find their favorite subject in paper doll form.

And what woman (or man) over thirty does not remember paper dolls as the cheapest, yet most fascinating toy of childhood?

In France in the mid-1700s, "pantins" were all the rage in high society and royal courts.

This jointed jumping-jack figure, a cross between puppet and paper doll, was made to satirize nobility.

(Pantin is the French word for a Dancing-Jack Puppet.) Other cultures have had special forms of paper art, including China (Hua Yang), Japan (Kirigami), Poland (Wycinanki), and Germany and Switzerland (Scherenschnitte).

For historians, paper dolls and their costumes provide a broad look at cultures around the world.

In 1840, a boxed set was done of another ballerina, Fanny Elssler, as well as of Queen Victoria.

These early paper dolls are rare and priced accordingly.

These are hand-painted figures and costumes created for the entertainment of wealthy adults.

They may have been done by a dressmaker to show current fashions or done as satirical, sociopolitical illustrations of popular figures of the day.