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Les Vampires

This is a very rare bat boudoir doll. It is tagged "Doumka" and was made in France. I find this doll very fascinating because there is a French-made film, made in 1919, titled "Les Vampires." It stars Musidora who plays a leader of an Apache crime gang called Les Vampires. Her code name is Irma Vep (vampire).


  1. It certainly makes an interesting display. Unfortunately, I can't keep it on the chair arm because of the cat. But, if I could, that is where it would be.

  2. That's a fabulous chair Frau Wulf.

  3. Thanks, Teresa! I will have to post a photo of the whole chair. It's one of my favorite pieces.


  4. Teresa,

    Here is a link to a photo of the lion head chair.



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