- Ken doll, # 1, dark brown hair which I have re-flocked. Came with "Ken" doll case and clothes.
- Barbie, 1967 Twist n Turn "trade-in" doll, perfect shape, MAJOR score for only $2!
- Brooke Shields, NRFB but not quite mint, as there is a little sun-fading on her hand.
- Glamour Misty, a member of the Tammy family, in her original swimsuit.
- Pepper, #1, Tammy's little sister.
- Pepper, #3 or 5, will have to look up which.
- Madame Alexander 18" compo young lady doll, whom I have restrung and named Myrtille.
- Barbie, repro of vintage pony-tail, blonde (NRFB, in pink satin gown).
- Barbie, repro of vintage pony-tail, titian haired (in original wedding gown).
- Kelly, of the Chrissy family, mint and fully clothed in original outfit
- Furga doll, 21", blonde ringlets still beautifully clothed in original dress, petticoat, pantaloons, and shoes, though there was very likely a hat or bonnet which is now missing.
- Shirley Temple, vinyl, late 50s, 15".
- Maxie doll, Hasbro, 12", probably going to try re-painting her face.
- and my new favorite... Barbie, 1967 Twist n Turn "trade in" doll, perfect shape, with "Summer Sand" (ash blonde) hair! What a beautiful companion she is for my brunette doll!
Here are the two Pepper dolls. I was surprised how much the body was altered for the second version! My theory is that they made Pepper a little slimmer so that she could wear Skipper clothes. With her legs jointed vertically rather than diagonally, she can now sit in a more lady-like way.
These side-glancing eyes make me think of all the millions of celebrity shots where the glamorous woman has that side-glancing grin, as if sharing a private joke with someone just outside the frame. I always wonder if they're just pretending to see a friend so that the camera can catch them smiling nicely without actually smiling into it.