This 18 in. soft vinyl infant is marked Eegee 1971 (3318378). It’s a Dalton Softina Drink and Wet Baby with a beautiful realistic face.
During the 1970s, Knickerbocker Toy Co. made many versions of the Holly Hobby doll. Here is yet another 11 in. irresistible example.
Miss Ginny, 15 in. 1974 by Vogue, is a grownup version of the 1950s 8 in. Ginny doll. The little doll was so popular, it continued to be made into the 1970s. There was a 16 in. Miss Ginny in 1962 and later 12 and 15 in. sizes. These three are in their original outfits.
This 1958 14 in. Little Debutante Bride by Eegee was found with clipped hair, a ragged outfit, and a stain on her face. I used acne cream to remove the stain, placing her in sunlight and reapplying cream until the spot disappeared. Before inserting metal earrings into soft vinyl, coat them with nail polish to avoid staining.
Quick Curl Casey, 18 in., 1974 by Mattel, had tiny wire strands rooted in her hair for easy styling. Her original outfit was a gingham maxi-dress but I made the dress she is wearing.
On the right is 15.5 in. Velvet, Crissy’s little cousin, marked 1969 Ideal Toy Corp. She has “growing hair,” unusual violet eyes, and is wearing her original outfit. On the left is Mia, 15.5 in., another member of the Crissy family. She is wearing one of Velvet’s dresses.
Kerry, 18 in., 1970 by Ideal, is Crissy’s Irish friend. She has ‘growing hair,” green eyes, and is wearing an original outfit and shoes.
Aimee, 18 in., 1973 by Hasbro, was described as “the elegant doll with beautiful hair.” She came with extra wiglets plus hair pieces two pair of earrings, and the original outfit that she is wearing.
Packaged in a clear plastic dome is Deluxe Reading’s 6.5 in. Go-Gos. There were eight different characters. This one is a dancer called Swinger. They are made of wired vinyl for posing.
Effanbee often made dolls clothed as majorettes, starting with their composition dolls. This 1961-1981 all vinyl 18 in. majorette has sleep eyes and freckles. She was also sold as Susie Sunshine.