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Effanbee Half Pint Doll

Half Pint by Effanbee is one of the cutest dolls ever made. She was produced from the 1960s into the 1980s. She is all vinyl, jointed, with side-glancing sleep eyes. This version of Half Pint has short blonde hair and wears her original romper and straw hat.

$39 plus shipping

Ronnaug Petterssen Boy & Girl Dolls from Norway

A lovely pair of later dolls by Norwegian doll maker Ronnaug Petterssen, made in the 1960s. The boy and girl measure about 8 inches tall including their hats. They have lovely embroidered costumes with lots of detail. They each have a foil paper tag. 

$55 – Free Shipping in US

Composition Doll by Averill Mfg. / Madame Hendren

This 11-inch doll was made in the late 1910s or early 1920s by Averill Manufacturing, and sold under their “Madame Hendren” trademark. He has a composition head and arms, and an excelsior-stuffed cloth torso and legs. He has a mohair wig glued directly to his head, and painted brown eyes. 

$28 – Free Shipping in US

Madame Alexander Fairy Godmother Doll

10″ Madame Alexander Fairy Godmother doll was made in 1993 only. She is hard plastic and jointed at the hips and shoulders. She has the Cissette face, with red hair and gray eyes. She wears a sparkly blue and green gown with gold ribbon roses and gold high heel shoes, and carries her gold plastic wand. 

$24 – Free Shipping in US

7 Peter Pan Character Dolls by Madame Alexander

This lot of seven character dolls from Peter Pan was made by Madame Alexander in the 1990s. Except for Mrs. Darling and Nana, they are each 8 inches tall with the Wendy face. Except for Peter Pan, they all have stained clothing or are missing something like shoes. No odors. Tinkerbell’s wings and John’s sword are damaged.

$29 plus shipping

Striped Fur Coat Outfit for Miss Teenager USA - Vintage Barbie Clone

This striped faux fur coat, hat and muff is a complete outfit, originally made for Miss Teenager USA, a vintage Barbie clone doll from the 1960s, made by Evergreen. The outfits were made by Princess Grace/Mego. It is in very good condition with no odors and no issues. The hat is a bit too small for her head, she has a lot of hair, so it just perches on top. The coat will fit Barbie and other similar size dolls as well.

$20 – Free shipping in US

Renwal Jolly Twins Nursery Set in Original Box

Jolly Twins Nursery Set by Renwal includes a room full of hard plastic miniature furniture plus a cardboard room in which to set it all up. The handle of the carriage is broken off, otherwise all the furniture pieces are in good condition.

$45 – Free shipping in US

Ideal ZuZu Kid Composition Doll

This hard to find antique doll is the ZuZu Kid, made by Ideal in 1916-17 to advertise ZuZu Ginger Snaps, made by National Biscuit Co. (later called Nabisco). She has a composition head, hands and boots, on a cloth body.

$79 plus shipping

Uneeda Sweetums Composition Baby Doll

This adorable composition baby is Sweetums, made by Uneeda in the 1930s. She was made to be a drink-and-wet doll, with an oilcloth torso. She has tin sleep eyes and a wide open mouth.

$39 – Free shipping in US

Lovely Polish Mask Face Doll

This is the nicest Polish mask face doll I have ever come across. She is 16 inches tall with a plastic mask face. The rest of her is cloth. She is jointed at the shoulders and hips, and has fluffy blonde hair in braids. She wears a black and white rayon dress with white sleeves, white petticoat and panties. Her hat matches the dress.

$25 plus shipping

La Petite Patineuse Ice Skater Dolls by Suzanne Gibson

La Petite Patineuse (The Little Skater) pair of 9 inch vinyl dolls by Suzanne Gibson are in their original box dated 1987. They have blonde hair, sleep eyes and Victorian costumes which are removable. Excellent condition, no smoke smell or other odors. A sweet set of brother and sister dolls, ready for your winter display!

$25 plus shipping

A February Fairy Girl - Nancy Ann Storybook Doll

A February Fairy Girl for Ice and Snow is from the Dolls of the Month series by Nancy Ann Storybook Dolls. She is 5.5″ tall and all bisque with frozen legs. She is a lovely brunette and wears a gown of white taffeta and pale blue net. She comes in her original box, missing the lid, and has her original booklet as well.

$25 – Free shipping in US

Horsman Heavenly Baby - 1970 Zodiac Doll

This is Horsman’s Heavenly Baby doll, also known as the Zodiac doll. She is marked HORSMAN DOLL INC. 19©68 on the back of her head. She was actually sold in 1970, and came with a child-size charm bracelet (missing) that had a charm for each sign of the Zodiac. She is 6″ long, and has long rooted platinum blonde hair and stationary eyes, and wears her original flocked romper.

$23 – Free Shipping in US

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