In the years 1960-1980, the Vogue Doll Company produced a doll named "Ginny Baby".
I especially like the Vogue Ginny Baby Doll. I have several of them in my collection, Vogue (pictures can be found on the site). Two of my collection was built in 1965 and are called Vogue Ginny Baby Doll. Everyone has his original clothes that are different. Both are wearing hats. You're not the drink / wet or dry / nurserVersions.
The Vogue Doll Company has also produced the Baby Doll Ginny all these years were the prices of drinks / wet dolls, and some were dry / nurser (produced in 1962 and 1963). I showed an example on the site of a drink / baby wet Ginny in her original red and dressed.
The Vogue Ginny Baby Doll came in many different formats. The size that I have great examples all three are 13 inches.
A doll named Angel Baby Vogue produces onlyin the years 1964-1968 had a face slightly different, I can, and 14 inches.
The smallest of these dolls was 8 inches, and an example is the sister Ginny, Ginnetti in this format. Other sizes are 13 ", 14", 16 "and 25" versions. Not all of these formats are available each year.
All my Vogue Ginny Baby Dolls have rooted hair, but some of these dolls with painted hair was held.
Most of them are usuallymarked on the back of the neck "Ginny Baby" or "Vogue".
You can find the information that, in my opinion, the Vogue Ginny Dolls Vogue in Encyclopedia of iZen / Stover. In this book, means that the company does not publish data for the years some of these dolls were produced. This, as it is difficult to perfection with these dolls feature.
Most of the garments produced by Vogue Doll is on a seam inside it.Identification of authentic Vogue dress is a pretty easy task, since this seems to be very consistent over the years, the Vogue doll clothing is made.
Vogue Ginny dolls were popular in 1960, but Mattel Barbie began to dominate the market for the doll and soon became a more popular line of dolls. Walking, speaking, creep, singing, dancing, skating dolls also began large children popularity for victoryBoomer generation. As a child I had a Barbie, but none of Vogue Ginny Baby Doll. The discovery of Vogue Ginny Baby doll has a small pleasure for me. Of course, as my Chatty Cathy, Barbie dolls have lost my childhood on the move somewhere. It 'so fun, even if they remember.
Vogue Littlest Angel dolls dressed in Vogue in 1960 has produced a variety of equipment. Each is about 15 inches tall and havemoving limbs and eyes to sleep. Many of them have long braided blonde hair. Vogue bought the rights to this doll from Arranbee Doll Company in late 1950 and then they put in their catalogs early 1960. Some earlier versions are marked with the R & B characters, and some are 11 "instead of 15" that I have in my collection. There was also a black version of the Littlest Angel Doll. Many of them have been sold with a metal doll trunk. Abeautiful, original kit for your Littlest Angel Doll was a red velvet pantsuit.
Source: Encyclopedia of Vogue iZen / Stover
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