The Alexander Doll Company was founded by Beatrice Alexander Behrman, in 1923, when she was just 23-years-old. Her earliest dolls were made of cloth and then porcelain, and the company was the first to begin using hard plastic when technology was available. High-quality, realistic-looking dolls were very popular, during the 20's and 30's. Children were encouraged to be careful with their delicate dolls.
Offered is this early 1950's Poor Cinderella doll. She comes with the original box, sales tags, and product tag from the company. Even the original tissue is in the box. She is model 1440 and is 14 inches tall. She is in spectacular condition.
1950's Madame Alexander Poor Cinderella 14 Inch Doll