In the mid-1950's the Ginny Dolls were given molded lashes like this Ginny to improve the durability of their features. This 8" doll is known as a straight leg walker as the bent knee had not yet been introduced. This Ginny's walking mechanism still works well and her head turns side to side as her legs are moved. When posed she can stand alone. Ginny's name, Vogue Dolls Inc., her Pat. Number, and Made in the USA are on her back.
Ginny's pretty blue eyes need to be nudged open. Her cheeks have a light blush and her hair is a mussed 1950's flip style. Her hair style needs help with the loss of some of the curl as well as the typical stray hairs. Ginny's arms would best be re-strung though both of her arms remain intact. She has wear noted at both arm "sockets" though more at the left arm connection. She has a slight color difference across her upper chest.
Ginny's Gym Kid outfit is a pretty pink knit with the personalized shirt. Her pretty pink skirt has shorts connected underneath. Her skirt has the Medford Mass. Vogue tag while her Ginny Shirt carries the Vogue tag in blue script. She comes with coordinating black shoes that are in Excellent Conditon and cream white socks. Ginny comes with a knitted hat, scarf, and purse that make her little outfit uniquely complete!
She is living in a non-smoking home. You may also wish to see her other sisters including Ginnette and Jill also listed in this shop.
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