These three 6.5 in. boys are friends of Dawn. They are posed with Head To Toe Dawn in the box on the right. Shown L to R are Van, Ron, and Gary.
Here are three 6 in. Dawn Modeling Agency dolls with portfolios of their photo shots. From left to right, Denise, Melanie, and Daphne, 1972 by Topper.
In 1970 Topper Toys introduced 6 in. Dawn, a fashion model with rooted hair, eyelashes, and painted side-glancing eyes. On the left is Dawn’s friend Dale. On the right is the original 1970 Dawn, and in the box is the new Dawn of 2000-2005 by Toy-O-Rama
Darci, a 12 in. Cover Girl model by Kenner, sold successfully for three years, 1978-1980. She came with a portfolio of her photo shots. This was a beautiful sculpted doll with bendable knees and jointed wrists and waist. Her high heeled feet are superior to Barbie’s small ones. However, she could not fit into Barbie’s clothes and was discontinued. The two Darci’s are on either side of auburn haired Erica.
This is 18 in. Candi by Mego, 1978. Unlike her duplicate, Lady Linda, she does not come with a makeup kit or need one. I made her outfit.
Lady Linda 18 in. by Mego, 1978, has a twist waist, tendon jointed arms, and side parted hair. She came with a makeup kit and unpainted face. Her jumpsuit is not tagged.
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal, 1973, is an 18 in. enlargement of 11.5 in. Tuesday Taylor. She also has the rotating scalp feature that changes her hair from blond to brunette. She is wearing her original outfit.
In 1976 an 11.5 in. fashion doll, Tuesday Taylor, was introduced by Ideal. By twisting her scalp the dolls hair could be changed from blond to brunette. Here are two of these dolls dressed in Barbie size outfits.
Horsman made this 12 in. Bye-Lo baby in 1972. It’s a copy of the earlier bisque head doll of the same name. It has a vinyl head and limbs, cloth body, and wears an original sleeper.