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She's cute Eleanor.
I am trying to identify this cute E. Wilkin/Vogue doll dated 1963. She's about 23 inches tall. I found some from that time period, but none that exactly matched and none with these ringlets. Thanks for any help! PA110013%20%282%29.JPG This is my first time trying to post, so sorry if I've messed this up. I loaded these pictures to my account here as well as trying to include some into this posting. PA110003%20%282%29.JPG
Ellene - I struck out to looking for your doll. Try the website I posted for Sonya - that may tell you more on what you have.
Hi Sonya, I'm not sure where "Doll Doc" is, she is the moderator here, and would probably know what you have there.
In the meanwhile there is a good website you can try to verify which dolls you have. Just a hunch on my part, many of your dolls look to be Madam Alexander. Many of which are very collectible.
Each doll should carry a mark of somekind. Check the back of the heads or necks, The butt and the back of each one, and you should find something. Also, not if the clothing has a tag showing maker.
Here is a good site to start with: http://dollreference.com/
hello evryone, im new here and new with doll collecting. Im posting a picture of a group of porcelain dolls given to me awhile back from a friend. I believe them to be somewhat newer than 'antique' but not really sure. I have a trunk of old porcelain dolls that were my grandmothers ,i am going to pull them out and show them also. btw any info would be greatly appreciated.
Hello All, newbie here
Found a box of old dolls at a garage sale
From left to right
Plastic doll 3.25 inches tall
Two dolls with clothing, open shut eyes, limbs not attached.
Then there is a 2 inch bisque with hands in pockets, made in Japan. ?Looks like a sailor.
A jointed bisque with arms attached with wires.
A Frozen Charlotte without hands ? Germany
Last, a male that appears to have come from a mols. Seems on both sides. Cant't tell what material used to make him.
Can anyone identify and date?
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