Saucy Walker, on right with dark hair, from about 1951-52 and a competitors version of a Saucy Walker. Neither doll is wearing her original clothes. (view 1)
Saucy Walker (view 2) from about 1952, she is not wearing her original clothes.
Saucy Walker (view 3) from about 1952.
Saucy Walker look-alike (view 4) from about 1952, note the heart shaped hole pattern for her speaker.
Thumbelina by Ideal marked 1965 on the back of her head. Her pink checked dress is labeled 1984 CBS Toys.
Betsy Wetsy by Ideal, a rarer or less common Betsy Wetsy with brunette hair.
Ideal's 1989 Betsy Wetsy.
Ideal's 1973 Rub-a-Dub Dolly. The two dolls (on the right) are marked 1973 on their heads and they are both Ideal's Rub-a-Dub Dolly. Neither is wearing her original clothes. Their rosey cheeks and face coloring make them especially pretty. The doll on the left is a French doll by Berchet.
Ideal's Play 'N Jane marked "1971 Ideal Toy Corp. TIC-16P-H-181 Hong Kong". Bright red hair and a happy face make this 17 inch doll look like the 1970s doll that she is. According to Crissy's cousin Keri, Jane lived next door to Velvet and was her friend. Play 'N Jane is wearing her original outfit but is missing her shoes which look similar to Crissy's original shoes. Jane was not part of the grow-hair Chrissy family but was from the same time period.
Play N Jane, 1971. Complete with original clothes and shoes.
Ideal produced "Tammy" in an effort to compete with Mattel's popular Barbie. Ideal thought there would be a market for a "Barbie size" doll that wasn't quite as grown up looking as Barbie. This 1962 Tammy is wearing her "Dream Boat" dress.
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co., marked 1973 CG-19-H-23D on her head and 1974 2M-5854-01 on her body. She is barefoot and looks to be wearing a homemade sundress. When the top of her head is rotated or twisted 180 degrees it changes her hair color from brown to blonde or vice-versa. Tiffany Taylor is 18 inches tall and has very long eyelashes.
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co. (view 1)
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co. (view 2)
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co. (view 3)
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co. (view 4)
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co. (view 5)
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co. (view 1) A custom made dress by Jo Hannah.
Tiffany Taylor by Ideal Doll Co. (view 2) Wearing a custom made dress by Jo Hannah.
Ideal Doll Corp.'s "Whoopsie Whoop" from 1978. Press her tummy and her two little pony tails fly up as she makes a noise. She is wearing her original clothes.
Ideal Doll Corp.'s 1978 Rub-a-Dub Dolly. Bright eyed with soft blonde hair this baby doll is a pretty one.
1989 Rub-a-Dub Dolly by Ideal a Subsidiary of Tyco Toys. Bright eyed with soft blonde hair this baby doll is similar to the older doll by the same name. She is wearing her original clothes which have her name on the front and "Ideal Nursery". She is approximately 16 inches tall and a nice heavy doll. She has short blonde hair. She is suppose to have long eyelashes but although they are missing on this doll she still has a cute face.
Ideal Doll Corp.'s 1989 Baby Bubbles. Baby Bubbles is 18 inches tall and is wearing her original clothes. She has blonde curly hair. She has a soft body and vinyl head, arms, and legs.
Ideal Doll Corp.'s 1989 Baby Bubbles. Baby Bubbles is 18 inches tall with blonde hair and blue eyes. This Baby Bubbles is missing the eyelashes on her left eye and she is not wearing her original clothes. She recently moved to Texas after living in Tucson, Arizona. The soft pink and white flannel gown she is wearing is unmarked but is a nice gown trimmed in white lace and a embroidered pink heart.
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