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Lots-a-Hair Renee & MIssy Dolls by JPI - 1990s Barbie Clones

These two Barbie clones are Lots-a-Hair Renee and Lots-a-Hair Missy by JPI. There is no date on the box, but they were likely meant to compete with Totally Hair Barbie who came out in 1992. They have wonderful inset “crystal” eyes – I’m assuming these are plastic and not glass – and hair to the floor. Their boxes have some wear and old stickers but the dolls are in mint condition. 

$59

Miss America Doll by Kenner - Tonya African American Doll 1990s

Mint in box Tonya doll, part of the Miss America line of dolls made by Kenner, dated 1991. Tonya is a lovely African American Barbie clone, wearing her evening gown, sash and tiara. She was officially licensed by the Miss America Pageant. The box has some wear but the doll is mint. A wonderful Black fashion doll for your collection!

$39

2 Happy To Be Me Doll Outfits

Two mint in package outfit for the Happy To Be Me doll, dated 1991. HTBM was made by High Self Esteem Toys Inc., as an alternative teen fashion doll with more realistic proportions. They weren’t successful, so didn’t last too long on the market, and are hard to find today. The outfits appear to be well made and are in mint condition, and the packaging is in good shape as well.

$18

Mattel Family Corners Kurt & Nichelle Dolls Mint in Box

Kurt and Nichelle are two of the Family Corners dolls made by Mattel, dated 1994. Nichelle comes with the house and Kurt has the wedding chapel and nursery, plus “a baby for you after saying I Do!” They are all vinyl, Nichelle has rooted hair and Kurt has painted hair. They have their wedding outfits also. They come to you in their original boxes. Kurt’s box is a bit crushed and the plastic is warped. Nichelle’s has some wear. The dolls, clothes and other contents are in mint condition.

$59

American Character Sweet Sue w/ Flexible Foot TLC Doll

This is 14 inch Sweet Sue with Flexible Foot, also known as Subteen Sweet Sue, made by American Character in the late 1950s. A very pretty girl but with one major flaw – she is missing her left foot. Her lips look a bit strange too, they may have been repainted. I’m hoping someone out there has a parts doll who can make her whole, or a doll with a bad haircut but a good body who could do a swap. She needs light cleaning but is otherwise in good condition with no odors.

$15

Children's Nursery Rhyme Dishes by Poole Pottery England

Sweet four-piece set of children’s dishes by Poole Pottery, made in England. There is a plate, bowl, mug and egg cup, all with nursery rhyme designs. The plate measures just over 7 inches in diameter, the egg cup measures about 1 7/8 inches across. I have seen these described as being from the 1960s, but I don’t know for sure. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. A cute set to use or collect!

$25

Ideal Bonnie Braids Walker Doll 1950s

Bonnie Braids was the daughter of comic strip cop Dick Tracy and his bride, Tess Trueheart. Ideal Toy Co. made Bonnie in several different versions in the 1950s. This 13 inch walking version, with vinyl head and hard plastic body, was sold in 1953. She is marked “COPR 1951 // CHICAGO TRIBUNE // IDEAL DOLL” on the back of her head. Her cotton dress with attached panty of the same fabric, is her original one. She is missing her hair ribbons, socks and shoes.

$25

1950s Uneeda Baby Angel Doll

Soft vinyl baby doll in her original angel outfit is 11 inches tall with platinum blonde hair. She is marked UNEEDA on the back of her head. She is jointed at the neck, shoulders and hips and is a drink and wet doll. Her sleep eyes work and she has all her lashes.

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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. 

$25

Barbie's Cat Fluff w/ Accessories (1983)

Barbie’s cat Fluff was made in 1983. She has a flocked surface and is fully jointed, with velcro on her paws. She comes with her collar, cat carrier, scratching post, dish, bed and food. The only thing missing is the foam cushion for the bed, which tends to disintegrate over time, and she might have had a tag on her collar. Fluff is a little grubby, not sure if she can be cleaned, everything else is in very good condition.

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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.

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Dream World Composition Arabian Doll

This composition doll was made by Dream World between the late 1930s and 1950. He is made of composition, jointed at the neck, shoulders and hips. He has some crazing to his face and a crack up the back of his head.

$25

Handmade Cloth Doll Dressed in Colonial Style

Handmade colonial lady cloth doll of unbleached muslin with hand painted facial features and yarn hair. She measures 11.5 inches tall. Her 18th century style dress is cotton with organdy collar and cuffs, and matching hat, and ribbon bows for accent. It is not removable. She wears pantalettes underneath. She is in good condition but the hat, collar and cuffs are yellowed.

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Lace Maker Doll from Belgium

This little gray haired lady doll is a lace maker. I believe she is from Belgium, made in the 1960s. No tag or label. She is made of plastic, with a velvet and lace dress. She sits (about 6 inches tall) on a wooden chair on a wooden base, with her tatting in front of her. A little dust but no damage or odors. A wonderful tribute to the lace makers of the world!

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

Two 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 cotton Party Time dress is in fall colors. It has a white purse with it, not sure if that is original. It is in mint condition. The Rock ‘n Roll outfit features a felt circle skirt and white top. 

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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.

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