Here we have an 18 in. Uneeda Dollykin, 1956-1967, rigid vinyl body doll. She is wearing a dress with panniers, which was fashionable in the 17th and 18th centuries.
This unmarked 17 in. vinyl doll with swiveled waist and jointed ankles may have been originally clothed as a ballerina. I made her outfit.
This vinyl doll is marked Horsman 82. She is a Cindy with jointed elbows and bendable legs. I made her tutu.
This attractive 18 in. vinyl doll, wearing a ring on her finger, is marked Ideal VT–18. She is a Miss Revlon doll. I made the 1950’s style dress.
Cindy, 18 in., 1950’s, by Horsman, has a stuffed vinyl body. Some consider it a poor man’s Mme. Alexander Cissy. I made the entire outfit, including the purse
The 20 in. 1962 Candy by Deluxe Reading has a face that is similar to Mme. Alexander’s Cissy. Do you agree?
A vintage 1950’s bridal gown suits this 20 in. soft vinyl doll marked “AE” on the head. I made the cap and veil and added a pearl necklace. There were two of these bridal gowns found in a doll trunk.
A stuffed vinyl body was used on this 1950’s 19 in. Horsman 82 glamour doll. She has jointed elbows and a typically beautiful Horsman face. Her taffeta shirtwaist dress and plastic rain cape are vintage. The poodle was adopted.
One of my favorite flea market dolls is this 17.5 in. hard vinyl from the late 1950’s. Unmarked, she was wearing a one-piece sun suit with matching skirt. Notice the elbow joints that allow her to twist her arm around so one can see her engagement ring. With this particular face, I would guess it’s a Horsman doll.
This 18 in. vinyl glamour doll, 1957-1959, is marked VT 18, which stands for the Ideal Toy Co. She is wearing a flower-trimmed gown, nylons, and wrist corsage. She was given to me with a trunk of clothes. I added the wig and earrings.