This is 14" Baby Sister #3555 a new in box, never removed and stored when purchased adorable, baby girl doll from Madame Alexander. She has brunette rooted hair beautiful brown sleep eyes with real eyelashes with a cloth body and high quality vinyl head, arms and legs. She is marked neck the year of production 1977 Alexander, and she also keeps her original factory hand tag and the original on her wrist. She has a non working crier.
This precious doll was stored when purchase and has never been displayed has not been played and is in Mint condition! The box has shelf wear but is stands strong and keeps the coll nicely stored. Baby Sister is wearing pretty pink and white dress and white hat. She has pick and white bloomers and white shoes that tie and is barefooted. Sweet Baby, for the serious Doll collector!
The History of Madame Alexander Dolls
In 1923, Madame Beatrice Alexander Behrman founded the Alexander Doll Company and began to fulfill her dream of creating beautifully handcrafted play dolls for children. Madame's vision was founded on her unwavering belief that dolls should engage the imagination and contribute to a child's happiness and understanding of the world. Over the decades, great works of literature, the arts, and the different cultures of the world became the inspiration for many of her creations. More than 85 years later, the company she founded upholds this dream by creating award-winning dolls that continue to delight generations of children and collectors all over the world.
Madame Alexander: Her Life and Company
The daughter of Russian immigrants, Beatrice Alexander was born in Brooklyn, New York on March 9, 1895. She was raised over her father's doll hospital - the first in America - and often played with the dolls waiting to be mended. Her belief in the American dream, combined with her love of dolls and their costumes, led her to start her own doll company when she was 28 years old. Within a few years she had moved her business from the kitchen table to a downtown New York City studio, later relocating to its present day headquarters in the Manhattanville section of Harlem.
Madame Alexander always infused a sense of excitement, wonderment and quality into her handcrafted dolls, while never allowing her creations to emerge looking anything less than impeccable. Over the years, she initiated a series of "firsts" in the toy industry:
In addition, Madame was the recipient of numerous awards for her work over the years, including the prestigious Fashion Academy Gold Medal Award for four consecutive years (1951-1954) and Doll Reader magazine's first Lifetime Achievement Award (1986).
Following her 90th birthday in 1985, Madame began to take on an advisory role in the company, officially retiring in 1988. On October 3, 1990, Madame Beatrice Alexander Berhman passed away at the age of 95.
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