This 8" Ginnette doll was made by the Vogue Doll Company in the late 1950's. She was marketed as the baby sister of their Ginny doll. The doll has movable arms, legs, and head. She has open and shut sleepy eyes that work. Her eye lashes are present and appear to be in good condition. She has the squeaker in place though it makes no noise. She has the ability to drink and wet and is from the late 1950's.
Her hair is in exceptional condition without wear. (These dolls are most often found with their hair having worn off at least in spots.) All 10 fingers and all 10 toes are present. She has a sweet face without wear to her cute features.
A pretty and sweet baby doll, Ginette is in exceptionally nice condition.
Marked; "Vogue Dolls" on her lower back by the squeaker.
Ginnette comes dressed in an adorable pink and gray ski or snow suit. Her pink snow cap has a little ball on the top and ties under her chin. Her pink parka has a gray and white trim that pulls the colors of her outfit together. Under the jacket is a one piece snow suit that has an original Vogue tag. She is wearing matching pink tie on booties or shoes.
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