Before the auction ended, I Googled, "Miner Fashion Doll Case," or something to that effect, and found the white version of this case. I attempted to locate that image to link to this blog, but failed. By memory, the girl on the "Googled" case wore pink and another contrasting color, possibly yellow. Like mine, the exterior of the other one was also white vinyl. I do not remember the girl's hair color, possibly yellow, too.
Miner was obviously quite progressive in their thinking as illustrated by another doll trunk they manufactured, circa 1970s, shown here. (Scroll down to view the image and read the seller's description.)
There are still so few doll trunks or other doll-related items that feature Black dolls or graphics of dark-skinned people, that when I do find them, I am immediately interested... enthused. Below are pictures of other accessories with melanin-rich graphics.
Tonner Doll Fashion Trunk is covered in fabric with silhouetted dark-skinned fashion models.
1999 Barbie Trunk has head shot of Asha (friend of) Barbie. Is this Mattel's first dark-skin doll-featured trunk?
Stila makeup paint can features #1 Black Barbie in celebration of the doll's 30th Anniversary.
Originally sold as a set of three, these vinyl clutches have a head shot of #1 Black Barbie.
Barbie tote bag: Using an ultra fine-tipped brown Sharpie marker, I colorized Barbie.
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