These dolls were purchased in 1971 in Canada (town or province unknown). They are 8" high, molded plastic, with dark skin and open and shut brown eyes. The arms are moveable, but the legs are not. All are in excellent condition.
The first doll wears a red leather parka with fur trim and matching boots. Tag is still attached.
The second doll wears a fur trimmed ivory leather parka and fringed boots with bead trim. The original tag is still attached and guarantees that the doll has been made by a Canadian Eskimo. (I presume this means the clothing.)
The third doll wears a tan leather parka with fur trim. She has black leather gloves and fringed pants (or boots) with a beaded trim.
These dolls are part of a large collection of dolls from around the world. The former owner collected dolls over the course of many decades, from her travels or the travels of friends and family. They date from the 1930's to about 1979. She kept a record of the year and place of acquisition, so we are able to identify most of these dolls. We would like to find new homes for all these dolls, and are happy to combine shipping and to consider offers for multiple purchases.