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18" Riding Savannah - Our Generation Doll by Battat

This is Riding Savannah from the Our Generation line made by Battat. She is an 18 inch play doll with vinyl head, arms and legs and a cloth body. She can wear American Girl clothes. She’s dated 1998. She’s quite a heavy doll. Her outfit is very cool, denim jacket and jeans with gold lame trim, accented with black flocked polka dots. A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll! She has a matching head band. Check out her awesome red cowgirl boots. A red turtleneck, white underpants and white socks complete her outfit. She has her original wrist tag too. She is in excellent condition, clean, no damage or odors. A great play doll!

$25

Vintage Vanna White Fashion Dolls

Here are two vintage vinyl Vanna White fashion dolls. Vanna in the gold top and black pants was a limited edition from HSC in 1990. These were offered in a variety of outfits with an extra workout outfit, and two pairs of shoes. She came to me in her original box which was badly damaged, so I removed the outer box but left her in the tray. Her white lacy leotard is a little yellowed, otherwise she is in excellent condition. Vanna and Her New Baby Boy was sold in 1994. The box has the name of the manufacturer, Totsy. She wears a nightgown and robe and carries her little vinyl baby. They have never been removed from the box, which has some creases and wear. A great pair of vintage 90s celebrity dolls!

$28 – Free shipping in US

Sun Dreamer Boy Doll by Creata - 80s Ken Clone

Sun Dreamer doll by Creata, dated 1987. He has molded blonde hair with a platinum streak, and wonderful blonde eyebrows. I have seen him referred to as Craig, but there is no name on the box. The box has some wear and tear but he is in mint condition. A great vintage Ken clone to accompany all your fashionable ladies to the beach!

$15

Rose Pattern Child's China Made in Germany

Here are three antique or vintage child size serving pieces to collect or display with your favorite antique dolls. The covered dish, platter, and gravy boat with attached underplate have gold trim and a rose pattern. They are marked Germany 92 on the bottoms. 

$25

German Rupfen Puppen Dolls

These vintage dolls from Germany are called rupfen puppen. They are about 9 inches tall. They were made to represent various Tyrolean regions in the Alps of Germany, Italy and Austria. They are made from burlap, with flax hair. Their clothing is cotton and felt. Excellent condition, they stand well on their own.

$25 – Free Shipping in US

2 Dolly's Teen-Age Fashions for 10.5" Dolls

Two mint outfits made to fit 10 1/2 inch dolls like Little Miss Revlon, Jill and Miss Ginger. These Dolly’s Teen-Age Fashions were made by Totsy in the late 1950s. The pajamas come with a mirror which is glued to the backing card. The satin bridal gown has a bouquet stapled to the front. The two outfits are in mint condition, but the boxes are rough.

$39 – Free Shipping in US

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