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Posted 2 years ago

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Good Morning to my Virtuoso of Doll Knowledge.
I have another of my Mother's dolls that I am having trouble with.
She is hard plastic, 10-10 1/2 inches tall and if you twist her head her legs walk. Or maybe you're supposed to walk her legs and her head turns left and right . . . I don't know.
Maybe her arms are supposed to swing too but they're loosely strung. I usually have no fear restringing dolls but this one has moving parts.
Anyhow, she is totally unmarked and has eyelashes and sleep eyes.
Thanks,
Dobie

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    If she is unmarked she is
    A Arranbee (R&B) "Littlest Angel doll " Look a like by Block Co . 1950's
    They are the cutest I have one . They are collectible . Yes she should walk her head turns when you move legs . There is one that has a button like her in her back to make her head turn it is called a "Yes No doll " Does yours have a button in back? Not many did but she is lovely and in excellent condition . Love her
  2. MyMothersDolls MyMothersDolls, 2 years ago
    She does not have a button, but I seem to remember something like that from my childhood.
    As usual, You're the bomb!
    Thanks,
    Dobie
  3. Manikin Manikin, 2 years ago
    Your welcome . I love your Mothers dolls . So glad they were kept so nice for future generations to enjoy :-) Beautiful

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