Isn't she gorgeous? She reminds me of my baby girl, Jen!! I love her huge, fabulous smile, expressive brown eyes with real lashes, and look of success and triumph! Tracy is truly an American beauty. A wonderful NIADA artist doll by Judith Condon, my girl is inscribed "Tracy", D4481(?)', Judith Condon (c), #2. beneath her wig. I've had Tracy forever, and won't cry if no one adopts her! She has lived happily with my antique bebes Bru, antique furniture and feline "kids" for so many years. This fully jointed, resin sculpted doll is amazing, has a human hair wig (set in wonderful black, thick curls), painted features, fixed glass (glass or acrylic?) eyes and a huge, infectious smile. Tracy is a gymnast, wears a purple and fuchsia pink lycra gymnast's outfit, and purple knit leg warmers. She is so '80's and so wonderful (which is why Tracy appeals to me)! Tracy also wears black leather ballerina slippers, with tan leather soles. Her clothes are sewn on, so I have not inspected Tracy's body; although the stringing feels slightly loose. My girl is jointed at the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles. She is a truly a wonderful work of art and love! Tracy has an Olympic gold medalist winner's smile, showing her beautiful white upper and lower teeth, and she also wears a pair of turquoise seed pearl earrings. That is not a crack on her face in the second close-up photo, rather, it is a cat hair. Please, you DON'T have to buy her! Although circumstances dictate I sell part of my collection, I'd rather Tracy remain with my family of dolls. International buyers, please check with me to see if I ship to your country before submitting PO.