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Hard Plastic Dolls82 of 1271963 GOLDBERGER AMERICA'S DOLLMAKER HEARTS & FLOWERS MUSICAL DOLL FACTORY SEAL MINT50's Hard platic dolls found in an old closed toy shop!
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Posted 5 years ago


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This is a lovely looking doll made in England
I know nothing about it. But she looks like she's from the 70's but not sure. She has such a cute face. She's got a Speaker looking thing on her back Ive not try to work it so I hope she still works. Someone will love her one day :)

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    1950's flirty eye hard plastic doll .She is a take off of the USA Ideal doll Saucy Walker ,she is missing her 2 teeth that can be replaced . The box would be a crier ,if it work it would make a sound when she was tipped back and forth . Flirty eye dolls are collectible . Their eyes follow you . There were a few makers of these in England . Pedigree
  2. Phatbuddha Phatbuddha, 5 years ago
    I cant thank you Enough manikin,you have been so helpful :)
  3. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
    Your welcome Phat ! You sure find lots of treasures wow
  4. Phatbuddha Phatbuddha, 5 years ago
    Yeah this dump is like the golden goose To me :)
  5. Ozzy_Girl Ozzy_Girl, 4 years ago
    I too have this type of doll, "Made in England" written on the base of her head as well as body at the back. The crier used to say "Mum - ma" when you flipped her. She is a metal pinned walker also with her teeth pushed up. I have had her since late 1950's and have lived in Australia all my life...

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