Two vintage American Indian dolls in traditional dress that could have been found at a trading post along Route 66 in the 1950s! The smaller doll is 6&1/2 inches tall, and maybe a little older, as she is made from thin, celluloid plastic. Her little dress is vinyl like material. She has a small spot on her forehead, like a feather was once glued there, and her black, yarn hair has a thin spot on the back. Overall, clean and in very good condition. The taller doll is 7&1/4 inches and dressed in a soft, doe skin outfit with hand beading. She is made of hard plastic. There are a couple of spots on the back of her outfit, as you can see in the photos, and her hair needs to be re braided. Otherwise, nice. She was made by Knickerbocker, and originally came with a plastic stand that is not included.
I currently have several vintage dolls in my shop, and am happy to combine shipping. You can see them all by typing "doll", or, "bisque doll" in the California Girls search box at the top of this page.
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