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Sasha Dolls3 of 4My collection of Trendon and Götz era Sasha and Gregor dollsSASHA BABY BOY DOLL
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Posted 4 years ago


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These 2 dolls were purchased in the late 1970's in Australia.
Mum thinks they are Scandanavian. She has loved these dolls so much and wants to know their origin/brand. Look at the quality of the hair follicles.
Also the dress making is of fine quality and detail.
There is no mark visible on either doll to track their origin.
The arms and legs have multi directional movement.
The larger doll is 15-5inches
The baby doll is 11-5inches

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  1. Manikin Manikin, 4 years ago
    Your doll is a Sasha Doll very collectible and sought after doll ,she is in first post in black dress with white on it
    Check out this website
  2. Manikin Manikin, 4 years ago
    Baby Sasha doll is also very collectible the 2nd doll
    Sasha dolls were created by a Swiss artist called Sasha Morgenthaler. Born in 1893, she led the most extraordinary life. Within her lifetime she was an artist, toy-maker, wife and mother: and also trained to be a midwife. She first began making dolls in her forties. Her first dolls were called studio dolls, and were produced from 1942-1975. These dolls were handmade and expensive to buy. Sasha's hopes for all children to be able to have access to her dolls resulted in them being produced in series. On the 11th May 1964 Puppenfabrik Hans Gotz were granted a licence to produce Sasha dolls in series. The first Sasha dolls went on sale in all Migros stores (Switzerland) on 8th October 1965. The English Stockport Sasha was initially made by Frido Limited in 1965 and from January 1970 by Trendon Limited and from September 1984 Sasha Dolls Limited became the selling company until 1986 when the factory closed.

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