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136 full-color pages.8" (20 cm.) Each has sienna brown hard plastic socket head,sleep eyes,seven piece body with bendable knees,she with long brunette braids,wearing brown suede tunic dress with fringed detail,woven head dress,colorful beads,moccasins,carrying baby in woven back pack; he with short brown hair,headdress,tan suede vest,brown suede pants with woven loin cloth,colorful beads,moccasins,carrying bow. Alexander,models 720 and 721 from the American series,circa 1966.10" (25 cm.) Hard plastic socket head,sleep eyes,blue eye shadow,blonde hair in elaborate coiffure,adult female-shaped body with bendable knees,wearing orange nylon taffeta gown with lace trim,petticoat,panties,stockings,black sling heels,black woven bonnet with tulle trim,black velvet reticule,five-stone "diamond" earrings. Pristine costume of the never played with doll,bright rosy cheeks,perfect coiffure,vibrant fresh costume,original gold wrist tag "Gold Rush" and "Free Surprise" note by Melinda,original box labeled "762 Gold Rush".
Pristine unplayed with condition,fresh bright costumes and accessories,wrist booklets,original labeled boxes with F. Marks: Mme Alexander (doll) Alexander (costume), Pristine condition with beautiful complexion and coiffure,rosy cheeks,superb freshness of costume,original wrist booklet with 1970 date,in box labeled "Renoir 1180" that may be original.
There were several variations featuring a matching dress and coat (a white or beige dress) or a pink or blue two piece suit along with scarf and hair ribbons and boots.
Accessories included a camera, purse, and sunglasses, and a sign, "I am Nancy Drew." Looking for a 1953 or 1954 Madame Alexander "Quiz-Kin" doll, 8" tall in any condition.
The doll I am seeking must have 2 raised buttons on her back to shake doll's head "yes" or "no".
The story of Beatrice Alexander - the woman who would become one of the most successful American business women of her generation - is not unlike that of some of our other national heros in the Arts.Founder and owner of the Alexander Doll Company in New York City for 65 years, she introduced new materials and innovative designs to create lifelike dolls based on famous people and characters in books, films, music, and art.Among her notable creations were the Scarlett O'Hara doll, the Dionne quintuplets dolls, and a 36-doll set of the royal family and their guests at the 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.Alexander,circa 1970.10" (25 cm.) Hard plastic socket head,sleep eyes,blue eye shadow,side painted lashes,brunette hair in elaborate coiffure,adult female-shaped body with bendable legs,wearing purple and white striped body with white collar and purple bow,purple velvet skirt,belt with gold buckle,petticoat,panties,stockings,black sling heels,purple woven bonnet with feather,pearl drop earrings. Excellent unplayed with condition,rosy cheeks,vibrant costume,perfect coiffure,one shoe elastic broken,original wrist booklet,and original box labeled "Gibson Girl 860" with store label.Alexander,1962.10" (25 cm.) Hard plastic socket head,sleep eyes,blue eye shadow,blonde hair in unique coiffure with rose buds above each ear,adult-female shaped body with bendable knees,wearing rosy satin long gown with panniers,pink taffeta and tulle petticoat,pink pantalets,pink sling heels,carrying bouquet of pink flowers. Pristine condition with bright rosy cheeks,perfect coiffure and costume,original wrist booklet,original window box labeled "Jenny Lind".To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.