The 8" Ginnette doll was made by the Vogue Doll Company in the late 1950's and was marketed as a baby sister to their popular Ginny doll.
Her baby body is made of soft vinyl with movable arms, legs and head, sleep eyes and drink and wet feature. The working squeaker dates her from 1957 to the early 1960's.
This is an especially pretty example with bright face coloring and clear blue eyes with no cloudiness and no color loss on the black hard plastic lashes. No rubs to the sprayed-on light brown hair. The body is evenly pink with no yellowing or fading of the limbs. There is a tiny mark beside one eye (left in picture) and a small, light cheek rub. Please ask for more photos.
Marked; "Vogue Dolls" on lower back.
Ginnette comes dressed in an adorable little sun dress made of white cotton with blue rick rack trim, a pink felt anchor and matching white cotton bloomers. Marked with "Vogue Dolls, Inc" tag. This is Vogue's number 2415 from 1959. It is in excellent condition with no holes or stains and lots of body left in the fabric. The elastics are stretched on the undies, both around the waist and on the leg holes. White vinyl "Ginnette" marked shoes.