This Meg doll was purchased for my sister in the 1960s. She decorated her bed and was never played with. She wears a full-skirted dress of white and purple stripes with a white white apron is trimmed in lace as is her petticoat. At her neck is a gold toned broach with a center stone of red. She is also wearing pantaloons and black Maryjane shoes with white stockings. Her clothes do have some foxing due to age. The legs are jointed and are posable. Her arms move at the shoulders. Her dark blonde hair is beautifully coiffed. She has blue sleep eyes with stiff eyelashes. Her light brown eye brows are painted on as is her pink blush to match the pouty pink lips of the closed mouth. Attached to her wrist is an advertisement for "Friends from Foreign Lands and Friends from Storyland." I believe this paper is the source of the foxing. The original box is in good shape with the exception of one corner which is torn. The box has darkened over the 50 years. The rubber band holding her head in place has become brittle and has broken causing her head to become separate from her body. The original metal hook for this rubber band survives and is included. Sold "as is."
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