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"Nell" From Rockwell's "County Agent"
Nell was created by Artist Mary Moline from Norman Rockwell's "The County Agent". This porcelin doll is a reproduction of the girl holding the calf that the county agent is observing in Rockwell's famous painting. Mary Moline is a 4-H Alumni and she named the doll after her younger sister, also a 4-H member. These dolls are numbered, and were sold out in 1979, the year they were released. These are extremely hard to come by, and are cherished by those 4-H collectors who were lucky enough to find one.
Mary Moline's "Nell" Doll
Each Doll is Numbered
Released in 1979 - Sold Out Same Year
Currently 3 Available