1967 Mrs. Beasley, an original from the 1960s TV show "Family Affair".
Tiny Chatty Baby was introduced in 1962. The brunette version came out in 1963. This Tiny Chatty Baby is wearing her original tagged clothes that are tagged "Tiny Chatty Baby 1962". Under her aqua dress she is wearing her original pink checked dress with an organdy top layer and pink checked panties which are also tagged. It appears that her shoes are original since they fit and match perfectly but I have not been unable to verify that they are original. This Tiny Chatty Baby's voice box is not working.
This little Mattel doll from 1999 has soft fluffy blonde hair and is wearing a new homemade dress
by Kay that is a reproduction
of a homemade dress that was made for another doll in the 1930s. The little quilt, also made by Kay, is also a reproduction
of one that was homemade in the 1930s.
This 1998 doll came with her own tricycle. She is wearing her original clothes, although possibly incomplete.
This 2000 Cuddly Soft 16 inch Kelly doll by Mattel is wearing original Kelly pajamas. Kelly is Barbie's little sister.
This 2001 Soft Cuddly Kelly doll by Mattel is wearing her original clothes.
This 2001 Soft Cuddly Kelly doll by Mattel is wearing her original overalls but after she lost her blouse Kay made a new one especially for her.
This 2002 soft cuddly Kelly doll by Mattel is wearing her original clothes.
Mattel's 1999 Generation Girl Mari.
Mattel's "What's Her Face". "Empty" blank faces ready to be given unique personalities.
(A) Mattel's 2000 "Dancin Debbie". Two Dancin' Debbies, one in original clothes. Dancin' Debbie came with a controller and with batteries she was designed to "dance and groove".
(B) Mattel's 2000 "Dancin Debbie". A close-up view of Dancin' Debbie.
Nap time for this small Cabbage Patch Kid.
A Cabbage Patch Kid with a plastic rose attached to her forehead (function or purpose of the rose is unknown). She is not dressed in her original clothes although her clothes are authentic and tagged Cabbage Patch Kids' clothes.
Mattel's 1989 Cherry Merry Muffin. A cute little doll with a cupcake on her dress who needs her hair combed. Her muffin hat and apron are missing.
(A) 16 inch Cuddly Soft Kelly, sister of Barbie, mint in her box. Kelly is ready for her bath and bedtime. "Kelly has a soft body that's perfect for bed and bathtime fun!" "Give her a bath in her inflatable tub! Don't forget her fun water toy!" "Once she's dry, dress her in her nightgown and tuck her into bed!"
(B) Mattel's 2001 16" Kelly with all accessories.
An all vinyl and newer version of the Cabbage Patch Kid.
Mattel's Snacktime Cabbage Patch Kid. This hungry little boy "eats" his "food" with enthusiasm when it is pushed into his mouth and it ends up back in his backpack. These dolls were recalled by the manufacturer because of potential safety issues.
Mattel's 1962 Chatty Cathy Baby in her original playsuit.
Mattel's Liz Taylor White Diamonds.
Mattel's 1970 version of a baby beans type doll. This doll was made in Taiwan and is 7 inches tall. Her filling is nutshells. Her bonnet and shoes are sewn onto her head and feet and although the clothes fit well they don't really match her bonnet and shoes. I don't know if the clothes are original. I believe that this little doll with freckles and brwn/black eyes is the "baby" of the "Mama & Baby Beans" series by Mattel. The tag on her body says "A quality Original by Mattel", Mattel, Hawthorne, CA. Markings on her head says 1970 Mattel
Mattel's 1984 Baby Bunting Beans.
(A) Mattel's 2001 "Sweet Treats", Ice Cream Sweeties, a colorful series of dolls that came in "multiple flavors". This one's mint chocolate chip ice cream cone probably came from the Chevron Car's Ice Cream Truck.
(A) Mattel's scented 2001 "Sweet Treats", a colorful series of dolls that came in "multiple flavors" of Peach, Strawberry, Mint Chocolate Chip, and Rainbow Sherbet. "We're all in party outfits, looking like a dream, dressed to match our favorite flavors of ice cream! Dip my ice cream cone in icy water, then put it to my mouth. My face "magically" gets messy! Wipe my mouth with a warm cloth and I'm all clean again!"
Mattel's 1991 sleeping baby doll.
Mattel's Baby Snookums with a pellet filled cloth body. Snookums on the right is wearing original clothes.
Mattel's Fashion Diva Starz with "light-up" lips. When the top of her head is pressed her lips glow bright red and she talks.
A Mattel doll that is marked "1977/1988 Mexico" on the back of her head. She is wearing a pretty litte dress but it is not her original dress.
An 8 inch doll by Mattel that is marked 1992.
Baby Tender Love by Mattel, 12 inches long and marked "1972 Mexico". Baby Tender Love has a vinyl head and body, painted eyes, and rooted short hair. Her body is all one piece without joints at the shoulders or hips.
1987 Disney/Pixar Jessie, from Toy Story, by Mattel. Complete with her red hat she measures 9.5" tall
Disney/Pixar Jessie, from Toy Story, by Mattel is marked 1987 on her back. Jessie is wearing her original overalls with the red patches on the knees and her yellow shirt trimmed in red. She is barefoot and does not know where her shoes are.
This appears to be Mattel's 1988 Lil Miss Makeup. She has a red heart painted on her cheek and green heart earrings painted on her ears. Her hair is streaked with pastel colors. Her original outfit that she is wearing is incomplete.
Made in Mexico for Mattel, this 1988 doll is dressed in her original clothes. The clothes are reversible and versatile when using different snaps and velcro to change the configuration of the dress.
Chubby 16 inch baby doll marked 1991. Her diaper and sweater are not her original clothes.
1992 Mattel doll wearing some of her original clothes. Her name is Sally Secrets. She has a compartment in her back that connects to the pink slot in her stomach for storing a roll of stickers.
1964 Mattel "Baby First Step". With batteries she is suppose to walk. Her dress fits well but is not her original. Her shoes and socks are nonremovable.
1965 Mattel "Baby Secret" is suppose to talk and her mouth is suppose to move when her string is pulled. This 40 year old doll is in relatively good shape for a played with doll of that age. She has a blemish on her face and her hair is not very controllable but she is still a cute girl doll. She is wearing her original non-removable clothes that have her name printed on the collar. She has a one piece molded foam body that has wires inside for flexibility. She has vinyl hands and painted eyes on her vinyl head with a mouth that moves when she talks.
1984 Mattel talking "Drowsy". The Classic Collection.
1995-2000 Mattel Cabbage Patch Kid with all vinyl body and rooted hair. She is not wearing her original clothes.
"Jessie" from Disney's Toy Story. She talks when her stomach is pressed with batteries installed. She is missing her red hat. She has yarn hair and non-removable clothes. She is tagged Mattel, Inc., 1999.
Marked 1976 on her head and body this tiny 4 inch doll by Mattel has a head full of hair pulled back into a ponytail. She is wearing her original cotton dress with an eyelet collar and white cotton leggings both of which are trimmed in tiny pink bows.
By Mattel and marked 1998 on her head and 2000 on her body this little gal is wearing her elbow pads and helmet. Complete with her scooter she "scoots" along pushing off with her foot.
Thumbelina by Mattel dated 1997 on body tag. She is wearing her original clothes, has short dark brown hair with her original headband and dark brown eyes. With batteries she sucks her thumb.
Cabbage Patch Kid manufactured by Mattel copyright O.A.A. 1978, 1983. She is not wearing her original clothes, has one tuff of reddish brown hair, blue eyes and her mouth is slightly open and showing her little white teeth. This doll is marked on the back of its head, "Mattel's First Edition" and signed on its back Xavier Roberts.
Dressed in a mermaid dress this little 2.5 inch doll is very small. She is marked "copyright 1998 Mattel" on the back of her head.
Dressed in her original aqua colored dress Cathy Quick Curl by Mattel has a smiling cute face and long blonde hair. She is marked Mattel 1972 on the back of her head. She is 15 inches tall and is also wearing her original aqua colored shoes.
Dressed in her original clothes this small 8 inch Cabbage Patch Kid by Mattel is dated 1995. Her clothes are tagged "CPK" and are bright pink trimmed with light pink and white "flower pedals" and sheer lime green "wings". This little "flower" is a cute Cabbage Patch Kid who is all plush except for her vinyl head. She has a blue Xavier Roberts signature on her back and a flower tattoo on her right cheek.
A tiny 2.5 inch baby sitting in a babybed and watching her mobile. She is marked 1998 Mattel, Inc. and is dressed in her original clothes. The babybed is also by Mattel and marked 2000.
A very small 3 inch baby sitting in front of a Band-aid size box of Crayola Discovery Limited Edition copyright 2000 Binney and Smith. The baby doll is marked 2003 Mattel, Inc. and is dressed in her original clothes. She is cute with her two little pigtails standing straight up on the top of her head.
A small 4 inch baby sitting in a white plastic highchair marked "1984 Mattel". His black hair is molded onto his head and his face is painted. He is wearing a diaper. He is marked "Mattel, Inc., 1976, Made in Indonesia" on his back and "Mattel, Inc. 1995" on the back of his head.
A 7 inch Christmas Angel Cabbage Patch Kid, copyright Original Appalacian Artworks (OAA) 1995. Dressed in a white and gold outfit that is trimmed with a holly leaf this little angel is dressed for a "Heavenly" Christmas. She has sheer white wings with gold polka-dots, dark brown hair, green eyes and has a holly leaf impression on her right cheek.
Disney's "it's a small world. Friends from around the world!" The Mexico doll by Mattel.
Mattel "Hot Looks" International Teenage Fashion Model, "Stacey" from America. 19 inch poseable fashion dolls marketed by Mattel in 1986 and produced for only a short time. Stacey has a vinyl head with rooted hair and painted features. The body is stockinette with internal wires and the swimsuit is non-removeable. The other dolls in the series were Mimi from France, Elkie from Sweden, Chelsea from London, Zizi from Africa, and this doll, Stacey from America.
Mattel's What's Her Face, Head 2 Toe, "School Hip".
Mattel's Mary Kate made in 2001 to go along with the 2001 Mary Kate and Ashley movie, "Passport to Paris". Mary Kate is wearing her original blue ski pants and multi-colored blouse. She is also wearing her ski boots and is ready to ski on her snow board. She has lost her green helmet.
Mattel's 2001 "Shining Star". She is about 12 inches tall and is wearing non-removable clothes. She came in a baby bunting that was also decorated with a star.
Mattel's blond, blue eyed, 2001 "Shining Star". She is about 12 inches tall and is wearing clothes that are not original. She came in a baby bunting that was also decorated with a star. Her body doubles as pink satin non-removable clothing.
Mattel's black Cabbage Patch Kid Christmas Garden Fairy. Marked 1995 on the back of her head.
1976 Mattel 4 inch girl.
Mattel's Pollypocket and classroom.
Mattel's "My Scene" girls. These three girls are busy city girls.
Mattel's "My Scene" girls. These four girls are all dressed and enjoy having the time to visit with each other.
Mattel's "Wee 3 Friends" girl. This little red-haired girl is part of the Snow-Snow-Snow series. "3 best friends with puppies in tow, sweet, stylish, fun-loving! Let's play in the snow!" She appears to be wearing her original clothes but needs her shoes and coat.
Disney's "Pocahontas" by Mattel, 1976. Pocahontas is 18 inches tall and wearing her original clothes.
"Chuckie" is one of the Rugrats by Mattel. This little 5 inch Chuckie has a backpack and carries a jambox. With batteries he giggles and makes noises. He has bright orange hair and purple glasses, a plush body and a vinyl head. Copyright 2000 by Viacom International.
A soft, plush, washable 12 inch baby doll for baby. All soft except for the vinyl face this little doll is made for cuddling. Tagged Mattel, 1983.
Holiday Kelly, tagged Mattel 2000. She is wearing her original Christmas holiday dress which is red and maroon trimmed in gold and silver. Kelly looks pretty with her hair in curls and wearing her fancy dress. Her dress has the original "Barbie" tag.
Only 2.5 inches tall, this mattel babydoll has yellow molded hair and a painted face. The head is stamped 1985 and the body is stamped 1990. The doll is all vinyl with a one piece body without movable limbs, but the head will twist and turn.
Mattel's Singing Mermaid marked 1988-77. When her stomach is pressed she sings a mermaid song which sounds like she is under water. "Oooh-ooh-e-ooh, Oooooh-ooh-e-oooh". She had a small problem which was corrected by replacing the 9V battery connector.
Mattel's 16 inch Kelly, tagged 2001. She is not wearing her original clothes. The outfit she is wearing was homemade by someone who she didn't know. While on a picnic she lost one of her shoes when she was walking across what she thought was a dry creek bed. But, as it turned out, the creek bed was only dry on the top surface. When she got to the middle of the creek her foot sank into the mud and when she pulled her foot out of the mud her shoe was missing. She was so upset that she forgot to stick her hand down into the muddy hole to retrieve her shoe.
Little girl doll from Mattel. She is only 2.5 inches tall and marked "Made in Hong Kong 1970". It appears as though she is wearing her original dress which is made from fuzzy fabric with one large size snap on the back. She has molded hair which is styled in a ponytail. She has a very unique face with a big smile and her arms and legs are stationary and not jointed at all.
Disney's Poncahontas by Mattel, 1995. Tall and slender, this 16 inch Poncahontas is wearing her original dress. She has long straight black hair and big brown eyes. Most of her body is vinyl but from just above her waist to the top of her legs is cloth and stuffed.
1997 Thumbelina by Mattel. Thumbelina has light blonde hair and is wearing her original non-removable pink outfit. She has pretty light blue eyes and a creamy white skin that goes well with her soft straight blonde hair. She has an ink spot on her right cheek.
Two Mattel "My Scene" girls, copyright 1999.
A 13 inch Cabbage Patch Kid by Mattel, copyright 1995. She is dressed in her red corduroy Christmas dress. She doesn't have much hair, only a little tuff on top tied with a gold colored bow. She has two bottom teeth and this year, for the first time ever, is looking forward to eating ribbon candy.
Mattel's 2000 "Dancin' Debbie". She is wearing her original clothes but is missing her controller. She is playing with her new plush toy but it is not something that came with her when she was new.
A soft-skin baby doll by Mattel stamped 1989 on the back of her head. She has short blond rooted hair and painted eyes and face. Her body is one piece therefore her arms and legs are not jointed. Her sun-suit looks like it could be original but it is unknown whether it is or not. Her name is unknown. She is approximately 15 inches tall and is a drink and wet doll.
Mattel's Rugrats. Here is Angelica and her family complete with a family portrait, Angelica's doll, and her Mom's cell phone. Nickelodeon, Rugrats, and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom. Copyright 1998 Viacom International. Set # 69338 in original box.
Polly Pocket Rick and Polly Pocket Lila by Mattel. Rick is approximately 3.5 to 4.0 inches tall and comes with his puppy dog. Lila, dressed in lime green, is also approximately 3.5 to 4.0 inches tall and comes with her pet cat. Lila dressed in an orange dress comes complete with her handbag and a basket. Manufactured and distributed by Mattel, copyright 2003, under license from Origin Products Ltd. and Bluebird Toys UK.
The Monchhichi (tm) Monkey was copyrighted in 1974 by Sekiguchi Co., Ltd. A few years later, probably starting in the early 1980s, some of the other toy makers, under license of Sekiguchi Co., Ltd., made the Monchhichi (tm) dolls. This little guy was made in Hong Kong by Mattel, Inc. Even though the fur on his head is missing he's cute and looks like a baby monkey. He is approximately 7 inches tall with brown fur and blue eyes and like the original Monchhichi dolls can put his pacifier into his mouth.
"Twink" Rainbow Brite's white Spite. Rainbow Brite's sidekick and best friend, Twink, is approximately 12 inches tall. The body tag states, "copyright 1983 Hallmark Cards, Inc. and Mattel 1983, made in Korea." Twink has a vinyl face, rainbow stripped legs, a fuzzy white body and gold star antennas. The Sprites have their own names and each belonged to a different kid. Rainbow Brite's sprite is called Twink (white), Red Butler's is Romeo (red), Canary Yellow has Spark (yellow), Patty O'Green's is Lucky (green). The blue one is Champ, and there is a horse named Starlite.
Mattel's 1993 Holiday Doll made for McDonald's. A 4.5 inch doll with a vinyl head and a soft body. The fabric on the body is a Christmas print. His cute little painted face has a pink heart on his left cheek and purple and blue eyes.
Mattel 8 inch doll with vinyl head, arms, and legs and soft body. This little black girl has black hair with two stripes of orange. Her face is painted with brown eyes and rosy pink lips. Her orange shoes are not removable and her body is made from a bright orange synthetic fabric. She is wearing an old t-shirt that is probably older than she is. The back of her head is marked 1993 and her body tag is dated 2001.
Copyright Mattel 2004 My Scene "Nolee" with her puppy. She is still attached to the card with all of her accessories but the box is missing.
Copyright Mattel 1991 little chunky girl who is approximately 6 inches tall. She has short blonde which is styled similar to a "Buster Brown" style. She is all vinyl with a painted face. She is wearing a tagged "Barbie" shirt for her dress.
Stacie of the "Rain, Rain, Rain" series by Mattel (c) 2004. Wearing her orange raincoat and hat and her lavender rain boots Stacie is ready for walking in the rain. Stacie has very long dark colored hair and a painted face with brown eyes. She is an all vinyl doll and is approximately 9 inches tall.
Chatty Cathy Reproduction by Mattel (c) 2000-2001. Wearing a vintage dress Chatty Cathy is a talking doll who is approximately 14 inches tall. She says about 7-8 phrases.
"Gia" one of Mattel's "Shorties", copyright 2004. Gia is dressed in her ballet body. Mattel's Shorties are approximately 2 inches tall and have a "Pop Bod", i.e., Shorties bodies are removable and each body is dressed in different clothes. Different dolls came with different playsets appropriate for their wardrobe. Pop on a new body and the Shortie is wearing a new and different outfit. This Gia is wearing a ballet outfit.
Mattel's Dreamland Babies, 1994. "The dream baby you name, personalize and make your very own!" "Take a moment and imagine a wonderful place, in a beautiful world filled with ribbons and lace. Nanny Annie is there with babies and more, she takes care of them all, it's really no chore. The babies are waiting for mommies like you, to cuddle and kiss them and name them too! Select your dream baby, the one you love the best, then give Nanny Annie a call, she'll help with the rest. Just tell her the name of the baby you adore, and she'll send you an outfit, name labels and more! In the Dreamland Nursery there's a baby for you, and a special club for the best mommies too!" This Dreamland Baby is still in her original box, although the box has some wear and tear. She is dressed in all of her original clothes and is complete with her Nanny Annie Baby Book filled with poems, pictures and activities.
10 inch 1991 Mattel baby doll with an all soft body and a vinyl head. She has a painted face with dark blue eyes. She is not wearing her original clothes.
1988 Mattel doll who is approximately 12 inches tall with long blonde hair and a pink heart on her left cheek. She is all vinyl and is wearing overalls that appear to be fairly old. The overalls are not tagged and have small snaps attaching the straps to the front.
2004 Mattel's "Little Mommy" is getting ready for breakfast, today she is having bananas and coddled eggs. Dressed in her plastic bib and terry cloth bathrobe she is cute but is not wearing her original clothes. She is approximately 12 inches tall with glass-type blue eyes, molded hair and molded on pink booties and a pink baby bracelet. She has a soft stuffed body and a viny head, arms and legs.
Mattel's 1972 Dancerina the ballerina. She is not dressed in her original clothes. When the center of her tiara is pressed downward her right foot points forward or rearward. She has a painted face with brown eyes and a smile. She has brunette hair, a vinyl head and arms. She is approximately 18 inches tall and her body and legs/feet are hard plastic.
Mattel's 1961 Charmin' Chatty with her red hair and smurky smile she stands about 25" tall. She is not wearing her original clothes and has lost her records so she isn't talking.
Mattel's 2006 "Design My Style" Carrie Baker (copyright American Greetings) from the Holly Hobbie & friends series. Carrie Baker is approximately 12 inches tall and still pristine in her box and still wearing her hot pink jeans, purple knit shirt and lime-green zip-up sweat shirt. She has curly dark hair and brown eyes. There are three dolls in the Holly Hobbie & Friends world and three pets, Cheddar, Doodles, and Bonnet.
Out for her morning walk this small 4.5" tall girl enjoys watching the birds.
She is Mattel's 1995 plastic doll with vinyl head, rooted hair, and non-removeable red, white, and blue clothes that are molded onto her body.
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