57cm Aimerai Doll (via Mint on Card) - “Scraps, the Patchwork Girl (OZ Series)”

Scraps is available as a basic doll or a fullset (includes face-up, glass eyes, wig, outfit, shoes and necklace)

  • Resin Options: normal pink, normal yellow or white
  • Additional Options: face-up and eyes (for basic doll)

On that note, MOC Love-Pony!  

She’s on eBay right now because of my continuing efforts to rid my collection of ponies with fading pink hair.  I mean, I love that hair color, but I just end up fretting about it.

She has a bit of a provenance, which I put in the auction and will C&P here:

Love-Pony is from a line of Dutch G1 ponies released in 1995, which had symbols “borrowed” from other ponies and basic names like “Love-Pony”, “Dolphin-Pony”, “Cat-Pony” and so on.  This particular Love-Pony was the VERY FIRST Dutch pony to enter the online My Little Pony collecting community.   In the late 90s it was hard for American collectors to get international ponies, because there just were not many international pony collectors online. But one day I came across an ad for “mint on card love letter pony”.  No pictures. They were asking $20 for it.  Just $20!  But what if it was a scam?  Well, I took a chance and sent the money.     After a long time—a box in the mail!  I was expecting it to contain MOC Love Letter, the white and pink Romance pony.  Instead I pulled out this pony I had NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE, on a “My Little Pony Tales” card, with “Love-Pony” printed on the card.  Twice.   I went to the PonyPeople mailing list and described her and took scans of her (I didn’t have a digital camera but I did have a scanner) and the MLP community collectively went “HUH WHAT?”.  Some people thought she was a fakie, others didn’t know what to make of her … Eventually someone discovered a brochure showing all the Dutch ponies and the mystery was solved.

Mint on Card - Members of Recast Communities

We are enacting a new policy as of today. We will no longer sell to individuals who we know to have purchased recast dolls, support or inform people of the purchasing of recast dolls, or are a member of a recast community. We realize that this policy will not be popular with some, but we believe that the majority of the people in this hobby will support our decision.

As a U.S.A based BJD dealer we are in a unique position. We have met in person with most of the small companies in China that we do business with. We have met the business owners, the design artists, the sculptors, and the make-up artists. A LOT of time, money, creativity, and love is put into all of the dolls that they create. Whenever we find that one of their beautiful sculpts has been recast it doesn’t just upset us, it makes us sad. All of these small businesses deserve compensation for their hard work.

We at MoC have decided not only as a business, but as a group of individuals, that we can not support recasting in anyway. By selling a legitimate doll to someone who is known to support recasting we could unknowingly be sending that doll off to be recast later, this especially concerns us when we have limited edition dolls in stock that are no longer available from the BJD company itself.

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