Miss Bluebonnet by Effanbee. This is a limited edition doll that was made exclusively for Foley's Department Stores.
This dark-eyed 1966 Effanbee doll is wearing her original clothes. She also has an original black raincoat that she wears when it is raining.
This Effanbee clown was designed by Faith Wick in 1979. The hat did not come with the doll. The bow-tie is not the original but similar. The birthday cake is an American Girl accessory.
18 inch Effanbee doll, Miss Chips, wearing her original clothes.
Miss Chips, 1965 doll by Effanbee has a sweet face.
7 inches tall, all vinyl, this 1988 Effanbee doll has rosy cheeks and blue eyes and is wearing an outfit by Zapf Creations.
Pun'kin by Effanbee, 1966. One has dark brown hair and the other a light honey brown hair. They are approximately 10"-11" tall and neither is wearing her original clothes. They are both are wearing fairly new store-bought clothes. Years ago they lived in Harlingen, Texas where their Grandmother sewed clothes for them. But for at least the last 29 years they have both lived with their Aunt Jo. During those almost 30 years they lived in Round Rock, Georgetown and Leander before they recently moved to Austin. These gals love living anywhere in the Lone Star State and happily call each place they have lived "home".
Dressed in a cotton print dress this 14 inch Effanbee toddler is a pretty doll. She is marked #41480, 1988, Effanbee Doll Co., New York, NY. Her body tag says, "hand sewn in China". She has a soft stuffed body and vinyl arms, legs, and head. She has dark rooted hair and brown eyes with a very pretty skin tone. Her dress which is made very well is an apple print, trimmed in white eyelet and dark green gingham checks. She is a very pretty doll.
11 inches tall, all vinyl, this Effanbee doll looks like "Little BoPeep". She is wearing her original pink and white clothes and black shoes. She is stamped 1976 on the back of her neck.
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