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Vintage, Celluloid Doll - Cute Little Girl Ready to Travel
This old celluloid doll looks ready to travel but a bit apprehensive with her curious, side glancing eyes and sheepish grin. She’s dressed in a dark pink dress with a pale pink pinafore apron that is tied into a big bow in the back. She has a little purse on her left hand. There is an umbrella tucked under her right arm and her right hand is holding a small suitcase. She’s wearing brown Mary Jane shoes and short molded stocking which match her leg color. Her funny little face is round with a tiny mouth and a little nose. Her eyes are round and looking off to the side. Her hair is pulled back into a bun and she has bows over her ears and a little blue hat on her head. On her back is a logo and; Made in Japan. On the bottom of her foot there is a piece of a label which was probably a pre-war sticker. I believe this is from the 1930’s. This is not a rattle.
She measures about 5 7/8” tall and is in very nice condition with minimal wear and no damage. There are no splits or cracks in the celluloid. Some of the color is faded or slight worn.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
Don't forget to check out the other antique and collectible celluloid items in our shop including wind up toys!
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Debra and Robert Helton
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