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    Posted 5 years ago

    rackattack
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    I recently came to acquire an old heirloom. It belonged to some ancestors who immigrated to the US during the 19th century, or so I've been told. Does this doll look familiar to anyone? I think it's composition, and it's unmarked. It's rather old if you can't tell from the clothes. It's been stored in a glass vase on a shelf to protect it from extreme weathering.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 4 years ago
      Your doll is made of Hard Plastic . These were inexpensive dolls sold in the dime store . Some came dressed and you could buy one nude called a "Dress Me Doll" The dressed ones were sold by many companies using different names . She is from 1950's . Most were produced by "Plastic Molded Arts Company " a PMA Doll and Also called a Duchess doll.

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