Who had Troll Dolls

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    Feb 02, 2016 6:42 PM GMT
    Hello Guys

    The Troll Dolls, are a dolls created in 1959 by Thomas Dam, a Danish woodcutter who worked making wooden figures too, and created it like a hobby and considered "Good Lucky Trolls", and after, he founded the company "Dan Things From Denmark", creating and distributing many editions about troll.

    After, the dolls made famous and it began to be copied and his material changed to plastic more economic, and in USA, China and Russia, many companies made his editions.

    The troll doll was for much time a great sensation not only as a toy, as a collection piece too.

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    Though it not of my generation, I like much the troll dolls, because its weird aspect and its colored manes are very special and would want collect (at home have two).

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    Troll doll are so cute and versatile and it have many presentations, sizes, colors and styles, that's what I more like.

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    Even animated series and movies have been troll doll honor, like The Nanny and Toy Story and its own series many time ago.

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    But it have too its dark side well some people have fear and superstition or it would seem tenebrous, inclusive some religions say that troll doll are diabolical and subliminal, but I think that are only ideas.

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    Muchachos! What do you think about these dolls?

    Do you have or do you had some troll dolls?

    Do you like or collect it?

    I wait your opinions and participations.

    I Love Troll Dolls.

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    Feb 02, 2016 9:32 PM GMT
    My friend's Grandma always kept one on her dashboard, because she drove a Saab. (Made by Trolls in Trollhättan).
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    Feb 02, 2016 11:15 PM GMT
    Familiar with them but can't say that I owned one or collected any; although, they always seemed to be in the house. My sister and younger brothers may have had some. I was of the generation that boys didn't play with dolls. Even GI Joe "action figures" weren't allowed. I remember I had a battery operated GI Joe Space Walker but no GI Joe to put in it. Lol

    I remember my godfather once gave me the coolest remote control tank for Christmas; however, there were no "action figures" to go with it.

    No "action figures" and I still turned out gay. Go figure.
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    Feb 03, 2016 7:59 AM GMT
    Yes I had one back in the early 60's. They were very popular. The real deal Troll dolls had an imprint of double horseshoes on the bottom of one foot. Another popular brand was called Wishniks or Wish Niks . There were also miniature ones about 1" tall and they sold kits like Troll Villages etc.
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    Feb 03, 2016 2:43 PM GMT
    I wanted a cabbage patch doll when i was 11icon_neutral.gif
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    Feb 03, 2016 3:20 PM GMT
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  • leanandclean

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    Feb 05, 2016 10:34 PM GMT
    I had many stuffed animals as a child but I think I was too old for these whenever they became popular in the U.S.
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    Feb 13, 2016 5:56 PM GMT
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