Up for auction:


One (1) 13 inch Vintage UNMARKED Beautiful Ballerina Doll. She looks like her face is similar to some older Madame Alexander dolls, but she is not marked.

She has beautiful green sleep eyes that are clear and match her green and rhinestone studded tutu. The tutu netting has pretty silver flecks in the material and she is wearing leggings. I do not see any clothing labels and the one piece underdress onesie looks either hand sewn or it has been repaired by hand; the back of the onesie needs a snap to finish.

Her face is absolutely beautiful and remarkably for her age, has no marks or paint wear. Her blonde updo is in great shape and so are the little flower hair adornment which go well with her outfit.

She poses well but when moved her head is a bit loose, not terribly bad, but I noticed it so I do want to mention it.

Everything is indicated on my observation and belief as I am not a collector, but I am feverishly attempting to identify dolls in a vintage 50's collection that I inherited. T are no splits, cracks or permanent marks on her other than what I have indicated but please review the photos and ask questions before bidding in the event that I missed something.


T are none.

PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS. I will answer what I can, but I am not a collector so I am learning as I go along about all of these dolls. I have described them to the best of my knowledge and belief but they are vintage and being sold in as is used condition.

I will be putting dolls from an inherited doll collection on auctions over the next couple of months, please check my other auctions.

Payment must be made through Paypal within 5 days of end of auction, items will ship within 5 days of receipt of cleared payment. Insurance is required on some items and optional on many items, however, Seller is not responsible for loss or damage due to uninsured items once they are shipped. Thank you for your interest and happy bidding!

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