There was trouble on the dispatch. But the big issue was that the Description did not make clear that this dummy could not be adjusted. The old principle of 'caveat emptor' applies. One of the drawbacks of buying unseen. I don't think the organisation is still trading as there was no redress when contacted This is a non-adjusting display dummy and could not be used as a dressmaking dummy. A disappointed child when this gift was received.
This is where the Internet does it's job over the 2nd handbook shop. I have looked for a replacement for the Swahil/ English since in a fit of generosity I gave my OUP version away about 40 years ago. It is a different version but essentially the same.