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Cabbage Patch Dolls - History of the Hit from The 80s

Cabbage Patch Dolls - History of the Hit from The 80s

Cabbage Patch Kids are a popular North American brand that has been around since 1978. The company was created by Xavier Roberts who wanted to give to the world incredible soft sculpted toy dolls.

Baby Alive: Dolls That Can Eat, Drink and Wet Themselves

Baby Alive: Dolls That Can Eat, Drink and Wet Themselves

Baby Alive dolls are a popular brand by Hasbro. The thing that differentiates these dolls from others is the fact they can eat, drink, and wet themselves. Dolls have a movable mouth and digestive tract that allows them to perform all these actions.

Bratz Dolls - A Controversial Type of Collectible Dolls

Bratz Dolls - A Controversial Type of Collectible Dolls

When it comes to popular modern dolls, it doesn’t get much better than Bratz. This American brand has quickly become a global phenomenon due to its uniqueness and today, collectors keep them in a high regard.

China Doll - History, Characteristics and Issues

China Doll - History, Characteristics and Issues

China dolls are among the most popular collectible dolls in the world. These items are made out of glazed porcelain making them some of the most delicate types of dolls on the market. While some laymen think that china doll refers to dolls made in China, it is actually used as a term to describe porcelain.

Cricket Dolls - A Famous Collectible Doll from The 90s

Cricket Dolls - A Famous Collectible Doll from The 90s

Cricket dolls are talking dolls that were first unveiled in 1986 at the Toy Fair held in New York. Cricket is the first of its kind talking doll created by Playmates toys. While there were other talking toys prior to that time, they were mostly in form of teddy bears or other animals.

Crissy Doll - History of the Collectible Doll Hit from the 70s

Crissy Doll - History of the Collectible Doll Hit from the 70s

Crissy doll is an American Fashion doll that was created by the Ideal Toy Corporation in 1968 and released to the public for sale after the New York Toy fair in 1969. One notable feature about the doll was the fact that her hair could grow. The doll was 18” tall and was the only doll in that size category that had the unique features she had at the time.

Madame Alexander - Top Quality Collectible Dolls

Madame Alexander - Top Quality Collectible Dolls

Madame Alexander dolls are made by the Madame Alexander doll company, an American doll maker of collectible and play dolls. Founded in 1923, the New York-based doll maker was founded by Beatrice Alexander. The company creates replica dolls that resemble famous personalities as well as characters from books, movies, and music.

Sindy Doll - History of Barbie's Main Rival

Sindy Doll - History of Barbie's Main Rival

A creation of the popular British doll maker, Pedigree Dolls and Toys, Cindy is a fashion doll that made her debut in the year 1963 and was the bestselling toy in the United Kingdom until around 1970. For a while, Sindy was a major rival to Mattel’s ace fashion doll Barbie and was even more successful than Barbie at some point.

Antique Dolls - History And Popular Types

Antique Dolls - History And Popular Types

When talking about collectible dolls, we usually refer to them in three eras, there are the antique dolls and we have the modern dolls. In between these two broad categories is are the vintage dolls.

Vintage Dolls - History & Ways to Identify Them

Vintage Dolls - History & Ways to Identify Them

Vintage and antique are two words that mean almost the same thing in regular English but mean completely different things when we are talking doll collections. Generally, the term vintage dolls refer to those dolls that were made between 1925 and 1979. 

Barbie Dolls - History, Controversy and Success

Barbie Dolls - History, Controversy and Success

Barbie is Mattel, Inc. doll princess and one of the oldest doll franchises that have remained quite relevant even in the modern day of dolls. You can consider Barbie the most successful doll of her day as well. She is the brand figure of a family of dolls and accessory items from Mattel that has since expanded to accommodate other dolls as well.

Bisque Dolls - Origin, Materials and Appearance

Bisque Dolls - Origin, Materials and Appearance
It is not uncommon to find people incorrectly refer to Bisque dolls as porcelain dolls. While both dolls are similar in some respect they are not quite the same for some clear-cut reason.