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Sunday, July 17, 2011
I was barely through the door when I spotted this Madame Alexanderkins dressed as Scarlett O'Hara at the barbecue. It is not very old - her dress closes with velcro - but I love these little dolls, so I grabbed her.
They seemed to be all from the same place, but the age, quality and variety of the items ranged far and wide.
The green highchair and orange cradle are from the Mattel Sunshine family circa 1973. The plaid covered lounge chair is soft plastic and looks 1960-ish. The small furniture at the front right of the is the type that goes with metal dollhouses from the 60s to the 80s.
The Renwal-type baby in front with the red diaper is a Made in Hong Kong knock off.
There is a ceramic bale of hay, a Mattel Littles doll from the early 80s, and several books and magazines that were sold by Shackman in the late 70s and early 80s.
The little christmas packages are actually earrings. They weren't in with the dollhouse items, but I thought they were a great find too.
Posted by Shale at Sunday, July 17, 2011