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See Barbie by Mattel. Fashion Dolls/38043121 IDs: Seattle World’s Fair, “Miss Space Needle”American Character Tressy, Cricket, & Mary Make-up Black clone or look-alike dolls Candy (has dimples & eyelashes), unknown maker: Liza: Fashion Dolls/38378216Davtex: Drake, unknown maker Debbie the Elegant Doll, powder/talc bottle doll Edico, Mini-Mod, Missy-Mod, and Modern Miss: Modern Miss 11½" Twist & Turn 1969–70, photo Ee Gee, Andy, Annette & Babette: Babs & Bill, booklets Fashions: 1970 JC Penney’s catalog Fashions, tagged Hong Kong, British Crown Colony: Kong: Misty / Miss Clairol Ideal Mitzi Ideal Tuesday Taylor Joja France, Sylvie Ken doll look-alikes/clones: Sears catalog 1964, Tommy L.
Davis Textiles, Rusty Lili Ledy Mexico, Talking Barbie clone Maddie Mod by Princess Grace (PGD)/Mego, 1967–73Mariclare, sold in JC Penney’s catalog 1970s Marx, Bonnie: Marlene & vanity set 1964: Miss Kitty by Cragstan: Debby: Fashion Dolls/41356947Regal, Penny Roberta Doll Co.: Toby, 1962 Billy & Ruth catalog (PDF file)Sharing / Enn-ness, Miss Mod 14" 1960s: Fashion Dolls/38853271Texaco Cheerleader: Twistee 1970s: Dollikin 11½"Uneeda Miss Suzette & Bob 11½" 1962Uneeda Wendy Ward 11½" 1964 (Y-body)U mark: Uneeda; Unique Doll Co./Elite Creations; & others: World of Love 1971–77Barrois, Eugene (EB), 1844–1875. id=388 / history, brief China doll, attributed to Barrois Example, 13" French fashion Example, 17" unmarked French fashion Example, 36" French fashion Example, French fashion ca.
Identifying vintage Barbie (1959–1970s): Shoes & accessories#1 Barbie wearing “Barbie-Q,” photo#1 Barbie wearing modern dress, photo#1 Barbie vs.
doll=1141Artist dolls, modern Artmark, cloth pose dolls, 1960s–1970s v=ep Xhz Q85a1k&eurl=Baby All Gone by Kenner, 1991–1992Baby Barry Toy Co.
doll=1117Krissy Belle (Christmas outfit): various Ashton-Drake dolls Asian dolls Action figures, modern: Doll Co., 2000–Asian & Asian-Pacific, modern: Karito Kids by Kids Give, 2007 (Chinese)Chinese dolls, vintage Composition, 1930s: by country; see also Ethnic dolls: (music)Examples, photos: Japanese dolls Marseille, Armand doll: Rice Paddy Babies by Mieler Dolls 1985Thai dolls Wooden: Doll & Toys Co.,1917–1930 dolls. / Ruby Wharrie 1939–1940s Automata (plural) or automaton (singular), see Mechanical antique dolls Averill Manufacturing Co., see Georgene / Universal Doll Corp., 1950s Baby Barry 1950s: Kelly: Abner dolls Baby Beans by Mattel, 1973–1975 Baby Dear & Baby Dear One by Eloise Wilkin for Vogue Dolls, 1961– JC Penney’s catalog1975: Eloise Wilkin Baby Dear One: Big 1968 (features Madame Alexander doll) & other Little Golden Books: Character; Madame Alexander; Uneeda dolls: Baby by Grace Storey Putnam Examples; see also other individual makers: List.asp?
Babysitter’s Club by Remco/Kenner/Determined Products/Scholastic, 1990s Baby Tender Love by Mattel, 1960s–1980s and Talking versions 1971Newborn 19731988 version Bahr & Proschild (Bähr & Pröschild), 1871–1919.
See Bruno Schmidt. example: baby: Son Snowbabies dolls: Toddler boy: L.
View User Page&userid=flozdolz1940s to 1980s doll & toy catalogs Wishbook & other catalog photos on Flickr “grocery store” or “supermarket” dolls. v=m8g QKZmt Af MTV ad, about: Man by Palitoy, 1966– . article=830&id=661 Toyfair display: Doll Corp., 1950s. Mindy, cowgirl outfit, 1956–57 (PDF file)Ada Lum dolls, Chinese, ca. Article ID=352 cloth: Ginny-type: dolls; & Quaker Oats: Aunt Jemima, Diana caricatures Blue Bonnet Sue, cloth, 1986 by Dakin. Cameo (Joseph Kallus): Kids Charmin, Miss Charmin: Detergent doll: Valerie, Raisin Bran 1963: Candy Co., Little Miss Loft MD Tissue, Maisy & Daisy cloth, 1970s; see also Wizard of Oz Oxol cloth 1931: Cold Cream 1950s: Bride by Citro: Crackels, cloth 1930s Tropic-ana (Tropicana) 1977: Boy, National Biscuit 1915Wendy’s 2002: see Allied Aetna Doll Co., 1901–1925. See Jules Steiner. in Wonderland dolls by various makers china head style: Character “Sweet Alice,” Sweet Sue 1950s: Nanette, ca. doll=1038Gund doll: Vinylite 1951Hoyer doll: Alice Blue Pinafore 1952Madame Alexander dolls: Treffeisen doll: doll: Rubber Tonner dolls: for Effanbee; and 2002 Collectibles 19"Whitman paper dolls, Starlets: All-bisque, small dolls. About collecting About, guide About small all-bisque dolls, brief France, mignonette “pocket” dolls 1875–1925Germany example, photo Happifat: Japan all-bisque baby Snowbabies See also Bathing beauties; Frozen Charlotte; Googly-eyed; Half dolls; Kewpie. Smith, 1914–1922 Character / American Doll & Toy, 1919–1968 (music) Sue 21", 1963: Mc Call 1958–63Bottletot and Marveltot 1926–Butterball 1961: by Kay Thompson & Hilary Knight 1950s–“I Love Lucy,” Ricky Jr.