On offer is a 1964 Palitoy Tressy doll. This is a first version, as she has the American Character stamp on the back of her head. Only the first version dolls had this mark. Tressy wears, a beautiful vintage ballgown, of royal blue, silver and black with a tulle overlay. She has a metal choker, around her neck. She has side glancing eyes and rooted blonde hair without bangs. She is missing the grow hair portion at the top. Tressy has hard vinyl arms and straight legs...
I don't know where to begin! Here is a gorgeous portrait doll of the famous Ballet Dancer - Anna Pavlova made by Dakin in 1986.
She is close to 17" tall, however, with her
outstretched arm, she is close to 20"!
She is gorgeous - great sculpture, great
painting of features, rooted hair, comes in her ballet outfit and I might add, she is in perfect stance that would make Abby Lee Miller proud - no sickled feet! Her arms move, legs move, but that stance is perfect! She has her hang tag,
On offer is a darling, 1960's, Dee Cee, Canadian Chatty Cathy doll. This 20" doll, is a redhead piggy, or pigtail doll with perimeter only rooting. Her hair appears to be slightly trimmed, at the ends and has been retied. This lovely dolly wears a Chatty Cathy flocked red and white party dress and white bloomers. The waist elastic is stretched out and the dress snaps are vintage replacements. Chatty Cathy has the random pattern freckles...
On offer is a less common, 1960's Canadian Tammy Doll, made by the, Reliable Co. This 12" tall, doll has the hard to find dark auburn hair colour, in the bubble cut style. Her hair is in the original set. Tammy also has raised nipples, which is less common. This girl has lovely high colour, which complements her hair beautifully. She wears a 1960's home made dress, that is original to her. Tammy has a slight dent on one foot, as pictured...
Here is a gorgeous 21" portrait of Madame
Alexander herself. This is truly a gorgeous example of not only the quality, but the exquisite attention to detail! The gown is superb, her jewels, etc. All vinyl, rooted blonde hair, brown sleep eyes. This is the blue gown version.
Box has some wear, it has been stored away and never displayed. Only removed from box for these pictures.
This is a very hard to find Madame Alexander 8" Bent-knee Non- Walker Wendy-Kin, circa 1966, that comes in fantastic presentation straw basket with pre cut outfits and sewing kit to be sewn by a child.
Mint in original mint presentation straw basket with wrist tag!
Extremely hard to find!
This offering, is for a Kenner "BIONIC WOMAN" Jamie Sommers Doll from 1976. Bionic woman has her original purple suit. She is approximately 12 1/2" tall, with posable body and twist and turn waist. Both of the bionic components on her upper, outer thighs have the covers. The upper right arm, has the larger component as well as the lower right forearm. Bionic Woman is missing, the rubbery skin, she probably lost it at the gym or had to give it to the Six Million Dollar Man...
This is a Marie Osmand doll. The doll has a ribbon banner marked Keepsake Christmas 2008. She is still in her original box and I only opened it up to take her out for this picture. I have 2 of them and will sell them separately or as a pair. Price of 8.95 is for each doll and I will sell 15.00 if you take both of them.
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1975 Mego, Planet of The Apes Ursus Figure, from the second issue. This Ursus is in nice, condition, with outfit and shoulder strap. He is missing his, knife and machine gun. Ursus is a really great figure. Ursus has a molded on helmet. Ursus wears his boots, a purple and mustard coloured tunic and cuffs. There is a small dark spot, on the front of his top. He is a great mid 1970's, Planet of the Apes figure. Thank you for having a look at Doll-lighted to Meet You!
Here is a Mego, Dr. Zaius, 8" figure, from The Planet of the Apes. This series 1 figure is from 1973-74. Dr. Zaius, wears his original outfit, including his hieroglyphic, or hiero bots. His outfit is a little dusty. He doesn't appear to have been handled very much, or undressed. He is in good, vintage condition. Dr. Zaius, one smart primate! No monkeying around...I am Doll-lighted to Meet You!
Dr. Zaius did not have variants other than in the boots he was sold with...
Wonderful scarce vintage Madame Alexander Wendy-Kins dressed in Guardian Angel costume with white feathered wings and halo on her head, she is holding gold harp. Made in 1954-1955 she is a straight-leg walker. She comes in her mint original labeled box and still retains a mint wrist tag...
Super coloring on this vintage early 1950's Madame Alexander "Amy" doll from Little Women. She is approx. 13 1/2" tall. Hard plastic without any odors. Original tagged dress is in good condition without any rips. A few slight dark areas on the fabric, I did not try to wash at all. It could use a pressing. Original sewn in slip. She is lacking her underpants and shoes/socks. Great hairstyle in original set. Full eyelashes on her blue sleep eyes. High color on this girl! She does have a...
This 16 inch tall Terri Lee doll, circa the 1950s to early 1960s, is hard plastic and jointed at the neck, shoulders, and hips with painted facial features. She has her original wig in the original set with some play wear. The dress may be an original Terri Lee outfit but does not have a tag. The doll is in good condition. I am not an expert on these later dolls. The back of the doll is marked in raised lettering, “Terri Lee.”
For your consideration is a 1958 Ideal Shirley Temple doll, with brown flirty eyes. Shirley is 17" tall. Her back is marked: Ideal Doll ST-17. Shirley has been redressed in a custom outfit made by doll clother, Betty Gonzales and is tagged as such. This doll was displayed, in a now defunct doll museum. Shirley has been in storage, her eyes are slightly cloudy, the right eye is sticking, the left eye still flirts. She has some play wear and has some marks on her lower left leg, please see my ...
12" Madame Alexander Hard Plastic and Cloth "Little Genius", circa late 1940's.
Hard plastic head with lovely color, lower arms and legs, cloth body, perfect blonde mohair wig, lashed blue sleeping eyes, original tagged clothing: organdy dress, slip, undies, shoes, socks, pink satin coat and matching hat, muff, and Alexander comb and curler box. Alexander box labeled "1235C" and on top of it also has a paper label from FAO Schwarz Toy Store in New York.
Her head is incised: ALEXANDER
Here is the Official Brownie Scout Doll from the 1950s. The Terri Lee Corp. used the Cosmopolitan Ginger mold to make this doll. She is unmarked, but has the correct arm connectors of the Gingers. This is a walker body so I tried to show some pics of her with her head turned different ways. She is wearing her original, pristine outfit and the wig has its original set. She so clean, I'm sure someone had her stored away for all of these years.
The box is very clean, without tears or repairs. T...
Here is a gorgeous Madame Alexander
Made exclusively for FAO Schwarz in 1993
She is hard plastic, rooted strawberry
wig, green sleep eyes, all original
outfit, wrist tag, tagged clothes
Comes with "piano" keys (like in the movie
"Big"). Purse and FAO shopping bag.
Box has condition issues
Comes with Lilac Fairie Ballerina Card
- first in series of their card collection
This represents a 21" portrait doll.
Here is a great unplayed with, in the box
Laurie Anders from Ken Murray's Glamour
Cowboy TV Show 1950's.
She is hard plastic, all original cowgirl
outfit, with her holster and guns.
Wrist tag, in box, Band around waist
says - I like the wide open spaces
Sleep eyes stick a bit, blonde hair
7". Box has wear