reproduction by Mattel: and other marks, identifying year made: American Girl, late 1966 silver brunette, photo Australian Olympics 1976Babies & toddlers, face & body molds: Bride 1976, photo Beauty Center (grow hair) 1971: Barbie dolls, about: Fashion Designer & Fashion Fun Kit, 1966Color ’n Curl, 1966 JC Penney’s catalog Dream Kitchen by Deluxe Reading: dkindex Dressed box dolls: molds, vintage to modern close-ups: booklets:1965–73: (music)Fashion Queen 1963–64Fashion Queen wearing "Barbie in Japan," photo Foreign licensed models: (see links above under Identifying vintage):“No Bangs” Francie 1971, photo Free-Moving Barbie 1975–76, photo Furniture, Modern by Mattel, 1958 (often mistaken as Barbie)Furniture & playsets, inflatible: By Zee / Zylmex, 1979Gift sets, vintage department store exclusives: Vintage variations: coat, Sears Exclusive 1964–65, photo Miss America, Kellogg’s mail-away offer 1972–73Miss Barbie 1964Mod era 1967–72, photos: Ward 1972 reissue NRFB examples Olympic Ski Village 1976Paper dolls of Barbie and friends: Factory braid & updo/bun Purses, vintage red velvet Quick Curl dolls: for library/quick_Reproductions of vintage dolls by Mattel Restoration tips; see also Cleaning & care: Photos Suzy Goose furniture, in 1964 Sears catalog Todd, 1966 & 1992–94: Scrumptious 1969Tutti, Chris & Todd: 1967–68United Friend Ship Vintage dolls & fashions, details about: accessories, vintage: Ponytail vinyl: gift sets, vintage to modern White Ginger 1961 bubblecut, example Young Sweethearts, Michael & Melinda, 1976Barbie clones, vintage (competitors, copycats, or look-alikes).
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?
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id=11&flash=true popular dolls: / history: Bisque, china & parian Articulate / phonograph (talking)Autoperipatetikos (walking)Black dolls: type, ball-jointed & straight wrist Buying: 10 things you should inspect when buying an antique bisque doll Character dolls Clothing & accessories: Research, patterns, and sewing Collecting basics Conservation, see Care & cleaning Examples, various photos French & German dolls (music)French dolls; see also individual makers: List of makers, 1840s–1930s Frozen Charlotte and Charlie German dolls Half dolls or pincushion dolls Identification marks: example Mignonette “pocket” dolls 1875–1925Misrepresented antique dolls: Antique Doll Dealers Association (NADDA): bisque dolls for shipping Photographs; antique photographs and images with dolls: Applause / Wallace Berrie / Dakin, 1966–1980s–2000s dolls Little Orphan Annie Raggedy Ann & Andy 1983–2005Archies, The; by various makers, 1969–
archieindex Comics, about: 2001: 1975: Wards catalog 1975Mattel Barbie 2005: Playing Mantis & Effanbee 2001Whitman paper dolls 1969: Marseille bisque dolls, see Marseille Arnold, Max Oscar, 1878–1930 / Arnoldia, talking; see also Mechanical dolls: And Arnold Print Works, 1892–1920The Yellow Kid 1899Brownies by Palmer Cox Arranbee (R & B) Doll Co., 1922–1961 1938–1940s, photo Coty Girl / Miss Coty, “Circle P” mark Debu’teen (Debuteen): Skier: Angel Mary Lee: composition: Lee, composition, 1938–46: Nanette 1954: Henie composition doll 1938–46Sweet Pea: 1957 Bloomingdale’s catalog (PDF file, p. (ANCO), 1920–1950s dolls Arrow Rubber & Plastics Industries / Edward Mobley, 1940–1960s baby dolls Rubber squeak dolls: Craft Toy Products / Playthings, 1918–1921 Fabric Mills, preprinted cloth, 1900–1910 Flaked Rice: & drawing Raving Beauty:
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See also Palitoy; Pedigree. tribes / Native Australian; see also Ethnic dolls: Black baby 1984Gregson Austerity doll 1942: Laurie Cohen 1930s–40s: Skating Crissy 11½" 1978 (Australian)Little Tuppence & Posing Penny by Lincoln Industries, New Zealand Mattel Barbie doll: Australian Olympics 1976Metti / Netta Co. cat ID=18Gerber by Arrow and Sun Rubber Kämmer & Reinhardt Pussycat 1960s– by Madame Alexander Rubber dolls: type, early vinyl Baby Face by Mel Birnkrant & Galoob, 1990–1991Baby First Step by Mattel, 1965–1967 ad: