Books about Sasha Dolls

Updated: January 26, 2015

New Books:
A set of three hard-cover books about Sasha dolls, both studio and serie, has been written collaboratively by Ann Chandler, Susanna Lewis, and Anne Votaw: Sasha Dolls: The History; Sasha Dolls: Clothing and Patterns; Sasha Dolls: Serie Identification. Detailed information and purchase instructions are on this website, here.

Sasha Puppen / Sasha Dolls, Sasha Morgenthaler edited by Stefan Biffiger
1999, Benteli Verlag, Bern. ISBN 3-7165-1073-4
Sasha Puppen The book is about Sasha Morgenthaler and the dolls she created and kept for her own personal collection. Many have been exhibited at the Bärengasse Museum in Zurich. The book is hard-cover, 11 x 11½ inches, 120 pages, with text in German and English together. It has 100 color and 30 b/w photos, and includes essays about Sasha and her work. Price: $45.00
The book is out of print and promises of a reprint have not yet materialized. You will need to look for it on secondary sources.

Sasha Dolls by Michael O'Brien
(Serie Dolls 1964/65 - 1970)
© 1998, privately published in an edition of 1000 copies

book's cover

sample photo

The book's cover.

One of the 32 photographs within.

The book is soft-cover, 6 x 8 inches, 40 pages, with text in German and English. It is a photographic gallery of Sasha serie dolls from the English and early Götz productions, from the beginning of each of these two productions, to the year 1970. Price postpaid: $20.00 USA, £10.00 Europe and U.K. You can order the book directly from Michael by contacting him at mich.obrien@btinternet.com.

Sasha Dolls Through The Years by Dorisanne Osborn
1999, Gold Horse Publishing.
Sasha Dolls / Years The book is available in hard cover (ISBN 0-912823-86-0 for $35.00) and soft cover (ISBN 0-912823-85-2 for $29.00). It is 8½ x 11 inches, 64 pages, with text in English. It has 200 color photos, and includes general information on the identification of types of Sasha dolls and clothing from the three productions as well as the studio originals.
The book is currently available from the author at crosnest@rochester.rr.com.

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