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Duchess Dolls RANDI
Photo: Ebay listing Woolworth's Little Miss Marie
Photo: Ebay listing NORMA ORIGINALS, INC. produced a beautiful doll that holds a special place with collectors. She is virtually the same as Virga's Lucy, with middle finger fused, and molded-on T-strap shoes. The shoes are painted white, however, like the PMA dolls. Her face is richer in color, and her clothing exceptionally well-made.
Photo: Carol Stover KIM
KIM was a small company connected with Beehler Arts
Mollye was the name of the line of doll fashions made by Molly Goldberg.
In the 1950's Mollye produced doll clothing only - very fine doll clothing.
This vinyl doll is marked "Mollye" and is from a later period - 1960's or beyond.
A painted lash Ginger-type doll
Photo: My collection
Here is a strung doll with moveable legs that is otherwise identical to the costume dolls produced by Duchess and others.
Photo: mine Early PMA-type strung fashion doll
Photo: Ebay listing Sears Doll of Nations series was from the 1980's, not the 1950's. The dolls are all vinyl, and abot 9 inches tall.
Photo: Ebay listing 8-inch doll made in Germany during the 1950's
Photo: Ebay listing
Here's an outfit for 8-inch dolls by Motion Toys, for "Madamoiselle Sande"
MBC made jointed composition fashion dolls during the 1940's.