|1960s 14R Miss Revlon-Type Fashion Doll|
After sharing a link to my blog post "2018 Dolls Given and Received," which includes information about an 18-inch circa 1960s high-heel fashion doll, the President of Motor City Doll Club informed me about a similar doll she wanted to sell.
We worked out the transaction and the doll arrived shortly thereafter.
|Dressed as a bride, the doll arrived in better-than-expected condition.|
If memory serves me correctly, the previous owner indicated the doll's fashion was originally worn by another doll. The dress and cloche-type hat, which might have formerly been the top of a bridal veil, fit her perfectly.
Her white vinyl high-heel shoes fit perfectly, too.
I ironed the ribbons on her bouquet to refreshen. Otherwise, she is perfect.
|Her black rooted hair is shown from the back in this photo.|
This circa 1960s 14R doll has black rooted hair which is still silky and maintains the original curl.
She has brown sleep eyes with all eyelashes intact, and a one-piece stuffed vinyl body. She is actually a twin to the doll shown here that now lives with my friend Debra R. This doll wears her original drop pearl earrings.
|The white satin dress has a netting overlay that does not extend to the back. The dress buttons in the back as illustrated in this full-view photo.|
She is a welcome addition to my collection, which currently includes three other Miss Revlon-type dolls that can be seen at the end of this post.
See my Pinterest board of other 14R and other '50s to '60s Black high-heel fashion dolls here.
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