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Old Cottage Toys Policeman Doll

Vintage policeman doll by Old Cottage Toys, made in England. He has his original hang tags. His head is made from polyvinyl acetate. These heads are susceptible to heat, so you often find them with their heads collapsed to one side or the other, but this British bobby holds his head high! He has a great character face. His body is cloth, and his uniform is made from felt with metal studs representing buttons, and the insignia on his hat is metal as well. Excellent condition, no damage or odors. A wonderful British character doll!


King Henry VIII Cloth Doll by Liberty of London

Handmade vintage cloth doll by Liberty of London, depicting King Henry VIII. I’m not sure of his age, but mid-20th century. He measures 11 inches tall and has a hand painted, needle sculpted face, mohair hair and beard, and sequined and beaded costume. He has leather hands and ears. His coat, hat and shoes are made of wool felt. His tunic is taffeta, fully lined, with a sewn-in label. I think his stockings are rayon knit. The white parts of his costume have discolored over the years, but overall he is in good condition, with no holes or other damage and no odors. I will include the wire stand that he came with. A wonderfully detailed British royal character!


Two 11 Inch 1950s Hard Plastic Dolls

Two lovely 11″ 1950s hard plastic dolls. Both are unmarked. The bride wears a satin gown with white and gold braid trim and has a net veil. Her sleep eyes work well. Her sister wears a satin and taffeta gown trimmed with metallic silver ribbon, and has a matching ribbon in her hair. Her sleep eyes need help to open or close. They have feet molded and painted to resemble shoes. Both dolls are strung and their clothing is not removable. There is a little wear to their outfits, but overall they are in very good condition with no damage or odors. A sweet pair of ’50s display dolls!


Vintage Clone Ski Outfit for 9" Doll

Vintage 1960s mint on card ski outfit for 9 inch little sister fashion dolls. The shoes look like they would fit Ideal’s Pepper doll, and the outfit is very similar to her big sister Tammy’s Snow Bunny outfit. Includes black knit pants, red flannel jacket, red vinyl skis, yellow poles and black shoes. I think the plastic wrap may not be original. A cute clone outfit!


City Sophisticate Barbie - Mint No Box

City Sophisticate Barbie was an exclusive for Service Merchandise stores. She came to me in a wrecked box, so I ditched it. The liner gives her a lovely backdrop, or you can take her out and set her free. 🙂 She has long blonde hair, gorgeous green eyes and wears a black satin and metallic gold gown. She is in mint condition with no odors. A stunning doll!


8 Vintage Barbie & Friends Dolls

Includes the following:
Special Expressions Barbie – NRFB – This is a Woolworth’s Special edition from 1990. The box is not perfect but she is mint.
Benetton Barbie 1990, redressed in a homemade knit outfit
Dana from The Rockers, 1986 edition, wearing her original top, but I think the pants are not original
Sparkle Eyes Barbie 1992 redressed
Bath Blast Barbie 1992, her hair may have been cut
Unknown Barbie with molded undies, made in Indonesia
Sun Lovin Malibu Ken 1978
Unknown Barbie in black/white outfit, her knees do not bend, made in China


Dulcie Doll Kit by Silver Dollar City

This kit makes Dulcie, a doll with a head and shoes you mold of salt dough, and a wire armature padded with cotton batting. The kit was sold by Silver Dollar City, a Missouri company, in the 1970s. 


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!


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!

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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. 


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