SAMSON OCCOM 11" Resin BJD Native American Indian Doll LIMITED EDITION #18/20

EUR 346,31 Buy It Now or Best Offer 3h 12m, EUR 30,24 Shipping Estimate, Click to see shipping cost, 30-Day Returns, Pay with PayPal and you're fully protected.

Seller: dillydollying (2.725) 100%, Location: Senoia, Georgia, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 192756481764 As seen in the August/September 2017 edition of Dolls magazine, "Samson Occom: The Journey of a Lifetime" Limited Edition 250th Anniversary doll. This is a unique opportunity to own a privately commissioned Native American resin Ball Jointed Doll (BJD) sculpted by the multi award-winning doll artist, Judy Porter. Judy also did the face-up and signed and hand numbered each one. This doll is a limited edition of 20 with the majority of dolls unavailable to the public. He arrives in the wooden old-world map case you see in the pics. Also included is a small, hand-carved wooden box which serves as a writing desk and contains an ink bottle, quill, faux wax, wax seal, miniature letter, Bible and cross. There is a mini wampum belt which says "Eeyawquittoowauconnuck". This is the Indian word for Brotherton and commemorates the founding of the Brothertown Indian Tribe in 1785. The doll is dressed in period-typical minister's clothing: white long-sleeved shirt, black vest, black frock coat, black breeches, socks, shoes with large buckle, and a white minister's collar. Also included in this set is an information sheet on Samson Occom. This doll was commissioned for the 250th anniversary of Occom's mission trip to England. It is meant to raise awareness for him and the Brothertown (also known as Brotherton) Tribe which he helped to found. Samson Occom (1723-1792) was a famous Mohegan, later Brothertown Indian, who, among other things, wrote the first Native American autobiography, was the first Presbyterian to publish a hymnal (1774) in North America, the first Native minister to travel to England, and was very much responsible for the founding of Dartmouth College. Note: This doll measures about 11" from the bottom of his shoes to the top of his hair. Without hair and shoes he would be closer to 10 1/2". International buyers please note that I have no control over customs fees and am not authorized to collect any. All customs and import fees are buyer's sole responsibility.. please check with your local customs office for cost, requirements and payments . Thanks! Condition: New, Brand/Artist: Judy Porter, Hair Color: Black, Doll Gender: Boy Doll, Ethnicity: Native American, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Material: Resin, Bundle Listing: Yes, Eye Color: Brown, Doll Size: 11in., Skin Color: Native American Insights Exclusive
  •  Popularity - 31 views, 1.0 views per day, 30 days on eBay. High amount of views. 0 sold, 1 available.
  •  Price -
  •  Seller - 2.725+ items sold. 0% negative feedback. Great seller with very good positive feedback and over 50 ratings.
Similar Items