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Advertising Dolls 1893-1970s

Advertising dolls; 1893 Aunt Jemima doll, Uncle Mose doll by Arnold Print Works

Advertising dolls were made by a variety of doll makers as an advertising tool for a brand or product.

 

1893-1923 Aunt Jemima (Miss Nancy Green), Uncle Mose, Diana and Wade dolls, advertising dolls for Aunt Jemima pancake, flour and syrup by the Davis Milling Company, also called Aunt Jemima Mills (bought in 1925 by Quaker Oats Company), black cloth rag, oilcloth or composition dolls, some are Mama criers, her slogan was; "I'se in town, honey".  Dolls shown left:  ca. 1900s Aunt Jemima doll, Uncle Mose doll, 14" all cloth dolls by Arnold Print Works

 

Aunt Jemima dolls were also made or sold by; American Specialty Doll Co, American Stuffed Novelty Co,

Butler Brothers, Louis Wolf and The Toy Shop.

 

See below for many more advertising dolls identified.

 

Advertising Dolls For Sale

 

 

1893-1970s Advertising Dolls Identified

Items pictured above are for reference

1910 to present, Campbell Kids doll, created by artist Grace Gebbie  Weiderseim Drayton, whose name never appeared on the drawings for the Campbell Soup Company, came in various sizes, materials and manufactured by various companies over the years.

 

1910+ Horsman made Campbell Kids dolls, composition and cloth.

1928+ American Character, made Campbell Kids dolls, marked A Petite Doll.

1948+ Horsman, again made Campbell Kids dolls, all composition, unmarked.

 Late 1940s Dee & Cee, Canada made Campbell Kids dolls of composition, cloth.

1950s Ideal made Campbell Kids dolls of magic skin latex or vinyl.

1990s Collectible Concepts made Campbell Kids dolls in porcelain.

ca. 1910 Horsman Campbell Kid doll, 10"

ca. 1910 Horsman Campbell Kids doll 10"

1914 Ideal Uneeda Kid doll, 11, 14-15 or 23-24" tall, cloth stuffed body with composition head, molded hair, painted or sleep eyes, closed mouth, both were advertising dolls for National Biscuit Co made by Ideal.  He wears beige rompers under his yellow fisherman coat and hat. 

 

1916-1917 Ideal Zu-Zu Kid doll, 14-15" tall an advertising doll for ginger snaps, she wore a printed yellow clown costume with brown stars and pompoms with a pointed cap.

 

Both dolls are unmarked or marked: Ideal inside a diamond.

Advertising doll; 1914 Ideal Uneeda Kid doll, 14"

1914 Ideal Uneeda Kid doll, 14"

1918 Crackerjack cloth doll, Sailor boy and dog, trademark of Borden Foods, Inc., now Frito Lay, Inc. all cloth body and limbs, mask painted face.  Ideal made a Cracker Jack doll, but we don't know if is the doll shown.

1918 Crackerjack cloth doll

1918 Crackerjack doll

1922-1952  Cream O` Wheat Rastus doll, came in 16" or (1930) 18" tall, black cloth doll, was a premium box top offer that cost .10 cents by the Nabisco Company. The chef image was originally an unknown black male waiter of Chicago, Illinois, US.

1922-1955 Cream of Wheat Rastus doll

1922-1955 Cream O' Wheat

Rastus doll, 16"

1968 Kelloggs Snap & Crackle doll boxes1925-1970s Kellogg's Cereal company in Kalamazoo, Michigan US distributed more than five million dolls of various kinds, here are some of their promotions: 1925 Goldilocks & Three Bears set 12-15" tall, cloth, Corn Flakes & Pep, 1928 Nursery Rhymes: Little Bo Peep, Mary had a Little Lamb, Red Riding Hood, all cloth.  Also, 1962 Linda Lou doll, 1964-1965 Calico Lassie doll, 1968 Snap, Crackle and Pop and 1969 Mary Kate dolls made in plastic. 

1968 Kelloggs Pop doll box

1968 Kelloggs Snap, Crackle and Pop dolls

ca. 1926 Framoz wind up Boy doll, 10" tall, an American made composition character shoulder head with molded hair, painted side glancing eyes, closed mouth, metal body with cloth arms, a key wound walker doll, has large flat rectangular metal pieces for shoes, metal body printed label in green and red reads; Framoz & Co., Sparkling Cherry Cider, SINGAPORE, (made by) LM & S  Doll head is unmarked. 

 

Framoz & Company of Singapore made and sold aerated water from 1905 to around the 1970s.

 

Note: The head mold looks very similar to that of Sayco's Our Gang, 1926 Fatty doll.

ca. 1926 Framoz wind up Boy doll, 10"

ca. 1926 Framoz wind up Boy doll, 10"

1928+ Cameo GE Hotpoint Man doll figure, 15" tall, wood segmented character doll figure, composition head with a jointed wood body, painted facial features, red painted clothing, silver H and red pointed arrow on top of head, slits in hands to hold paper sales cards.  Made by Cameo, Hotpoint Man is unmarked except for a Hotpoint paper label on chest and Cameo sticker on bottom of wood base.  Advertising doll figure for Hotpoint a division of General Electric, GE..

 

Cameo also made the wood segmented advertising Radio Corporation of America, RCA Radiotron doll figure.

1928+ Cameo GE Hotpoint Man doll 15"

1928+ Cameo GE Hotpoint Man doll 15"

1930s Jolly Joan Restaurant waitress doll face1930s Jolly Joan Restaurant Waitress doll, 12-15" tall, all composition head with jointed body at neck, shoulders and hips, molded curly short hair with a blue painted hair bow, painted eyes or sleep eyes, closed mouth.  Wore a blue and white gingham dress with a white ruffled neckline and an apron similar to those worn by the waitress's in the Jolly Joan restaurant in Portland, Oregon, US open from 1933 to the 1960s.  Doll is unmarked.

Jolly Joan doll restaurant ad

1930s Jolly Joan Restaurant

Waitress doll ad

1945 Ideal Miss Curity doll, 18-22" tall, all composition jointed body, wigged, sleep eyes, closed mouth, wears a nurse uniform, doll is unmarked.  Curity is a trademark of the Kendall Company, doll was made by the Ideal Toy Company and Reliable Toy Company of Canada.

 

There is also a 1953 Ideal Miss Curity made of hard plastic, with the Toni body and markings, who is part of the Toni family of dolls.

1945 Ideal Miss Curity doll, 18"

1945 Ideal Miss Curity doll, 18"

1946-1960s Eaton's Beauty Dolls, were featured each year in their Fall and Winter catalog, some dolls were made by Reliable Toys of Canada and some Eaton Beauty dolls were made by:  Kestner, Marseille, Cuno & Otto Dressel, Schoenau & Hoffmeister, Dominion Toy,  S.F.B.J. and Dee & Cee.  The Eaton Beauty Doll brand was only available in Canada.  

 

Photo is of a Reliable Toys of Canada Eaton doll in her original under clothes, socks and shoes and is courtesy of Heather.

1940s Eaton Beauty doll

1940s Eaton Beauty doll

1948 Dan River Buttons Doll ad

1948 Buttons cloth doll by Dan River, maker of bedding and sheets, 17" tall, with button eyes, black yarn hair, and as you can see she came in different dresses, the left ad shows a red and white check dress with buttons on placket and white apron, black shoes and white socks, at right doll has a blue and white stripe dress.

1948 Dan River Buttons Doll, 17"

1948 Dan River Buttons Doll, 17"

1948 Royal Blue Stores, Susie-Q doll, 15" tall, all composition fully jointed doll, black mohair wig with bangs and pigtails with blue and white plaid hair ribbons, single stroke black eyebrows, blue sleep eyes, open smiling mouth with white space indicating teeth, Susie- Q is wearing a solid blue school girl dress with a white collar and blue ric-rak trim, short sleeves with a white cuff, white waist tie and a blue and white plaid attached over skirt, white socks and black oilcloth tie shoes. 

 

If Susie-Q still has her hang tag it says; I'm Susie-Q of ROYAL BLUE 1948, Royal Blue Stores. Hi Gals! Hi Fellas! I'm Susie-Q, I'm scheming big plans for all of you. Keep in touch with me and I'll tell you more. You can always find me at the Royal Blue Store.  Doll and clothing are unmarked, but had a hang tag, it is unknown who made the Susie-Q advertising doll for the Royal Blue Store.

1948 Royal Blue Stores Susie-Q doll 15"

1948 Royal Blue Stores

Susie-Q doll 15"

1949 Eugenia Pam the Perm-O-Wave Doll, 14" tall, hard plastic, human hair wig, with Perm-O-Wave curlers, ". . these curlers can be used over and over again. These same curlers  can give mother and daughter a home permanent", plastic makeup case, and barrette.  This was the earliest of the home permanent dolls.  Made by the Eugenia Doll Company, Inc.

1949 Eugenia Pam the Perm-O-Wave Doll, 14"

  1949 Eugenia Pam the

Perm-O-Wave Doll, 14"

1949-1953 Ideal Toni Doll, 14-23" tall, the Toni doll was introduced in 1949 as an advertising doll for the Gillette Toni Home Permanent, she is made of all hard plastic with a jointed body, the earliest dolls wore a nylon wig in various colors and styles, has sleep eyes usually in blue but other colors too, real upper eyelashes, painted lower lashes, small painted rosebud lips and was loved by many little girls and now big girls, too.  Doll marked; P + a 90-94 number.  Toni was made by Ideal.

1949-1953 Ideal Toni Doll, 14"

1949-1953 Ideal Toni Doll, 14"

1951 Colgate-Palmolive Fab, Princess Doll, 5 1/2" tall, dress me type all hard plastic doll, stationary non jointed legs, sleep eyes, mohair wig.  Advertising doll for Colgate-Palmolive Fab soap detergent.

1951 Colgate-Palmolive Fab Princess doll, 5 1/2"

1951 Colgate-Palmolive Fab,

Princess Doll, 5 1/2"

1952 Colgate-Palmolive Fab, Incline Walking doll, 6" tall, all hard plastic, jointed at the hips, painted molded blonde hair, blue side glancing sleep eyes, closed mouth, dressed in a sleeveless red and white polka dot dress, painted white socks and black shoes.  Doll marked on bottom of her foot PMA.  The Incline walking doll was made by Plastic Molded Arts.  Advertising doll for Colgate-Palmolive Fab soap detergent.

1952 Colgate-Palmolive Fab, Incline Walking doll, 6"

1952 Colgate-Palmolive Fab

Incline Walking doll, 6"

1953 Ideal Miss Curity doll, 14" tall, hard plastic jointed body, sleep eyes, saran wig, white nurse outfit, first aid kit and book, the Miss Curity doll uses the Toni body and markings. Curity is a trademark of the Kendall Company.

1953 Ideal Miss Curity doll 14"

1953 Ideal Miss Curity doll, 14"

1955 Colgate-Palmolive Fab Walking Doll, is a hip pin walker doll, made by Virga Lucy doll, 7 1/2-8" tall, Ginny type doll, Lucy is all hard plastic with a jointed body, glued on golden blonde wig, sleep eyes, closed mouth, dressed in a purple sleeveless bodice with attached large colorful polka dotted skirt, white shoes.  Fab soap box tops mail in premium for the doll.  Advertising doll for Colgate-Palmolive Fab soap detergent.

1955 Colgate-Palmolive Fab, Virga Lucy walker doll, 7 1/2-8"

1955 Colgate-Palmolive Fab

Walking doll, 7 1/2-8"

1955-1958 Sun Rubber Gerber Baby doll, 11-13" and 18" tall, made of all rubber, with molded hair and open mouth, designed by Bernard Lipfert, marked on head: Gerber Baby Gerber Products Co and on back: Mfg. by the Sun Rubber Co. Barberton, O., USA Pat. 2118682 Pat. 2160739.

1955-1958 Sun Rubber Gerber Baby Doll 13"

1950s Sun Rubber Gerber Baby doll, 13" 

1956 Joy Dish Soap doll ad 1956 Joy Dish Soap Doll, 8" tall, head turning walking doll, jointed hard plastic body, wigged, sleep eyes, closed mouth, molded painted white shoes, a Dress Me type doll.  Advertising doll for Proctor & Gamble, P & G Joy dish soap.  Actual doll maker unknown.

1956 Proctor & Gamble Joy dish soap doll, 8"

1956 Proctor & Gamble

Joy Dish Soap doll, 8" 

1956 Horsman Lifesaver Candy Doll, 11" tall, has the Betty one piece vinyl stuffed body jointed only at the neck with the Ruthie or Betty vinyl head mold, rooted hair in the pastel colors of: pink, green, or blue,  sleep eyes, came with a miniature roll of Lifesaver candy attached at the doll's neck.  Doll shown has pink pastel hair and is in her original clothing.  Doll marked on neck Horsman 20 Advertising doll for Lifesaver Candy a subsidiary of Kraft Foods.

Photo courtesy of Purple-peep.

1956 Horsman Lifesaver Candy Doll, 11"

1956 Horsman Lifesaver Candy Doll, 11"

1956 Citro Polly Ponds Beauty Doll, 24" tall, hard plastic walker, sleep eyes, blonde mohair wig, advertising doll for Ponds Cold Cream products, wearing her original striped jumper, made by Citro Manufacturing Company of New York US. Doll is unmarked.

 

There is another 24" tall fashion type doll, with a one piece stuffed vinyl body, that was called Citro Polly Pond's Bride doll sold for $21.95 originally and an 8" tall hard plastic jointed doll named Citro Polly Pond's Bridesmaid doll, each dressed accordingly, came with a beauty kit, and are different dolls altogether.

1956 Citro Polly Ponds Beauty doll, 24"

1956 Citro Polly Ponds Beauty Doll, 24"

1957 Colgate-Palmolive Fab, Picture Doll, a Virga non walker Lucy doll, 7 1/2-8" tall, Ginny type doll, Lucy is all hard plastic with a jointed body, glued on pale blonde wig, sleep eyes, closed mouth, dressed in a pink short sleeve taffeta dress with light blue ric rak trim, straw hat with pink ribbon, pink socks, pink rubber shoes.  Fab soap box tops mail in premium for the doll, plus three other outfits; Wedding Ensemble, Daytime Dress, Sleepy-time Lounge outfit.  Advertising doll for Colgate-Palmolive Fab soap detergent.

1957 Colgate-Palmolive Fab, Picture Doll ad 1957 Colgate-Palmolive Fab, Picture Doll, Virga Lucy 7 1/2-8"

1957 Colgate-Palmolive Fab,

Virga Lucy Picture Doll, 7 1/2-8"

1957 Fortune Toys - Starlet the Luster-Creme Shampoo Doll, 7 1/2" tall, hard plastic jointed body, sleep eyes, mohair wig, came with a wardrobe.  The Fortune Toy company was connected with Beehler Arts, Ontario Plastic, Kimport Dolls and Virga.

 

1957 Inez Holland House also sold Starlet the Luster-Creme Shampoo Doll plus other dolls made by various manufactures.

1957 Fortune Starlet Luster-Creme Shampoo Doll 7 1/2"

1957 Fortune Toys, Starlet

Luster-Creme Shampoo Doll 7 1/2"

1960's Jolly Green Giant cloth doll, 16"

1960s Jolly Green Giant cloth doll 16"

1960s Jolly Green Giant cloth doll, 16" tall and Little Sprout cloth doll who is 10 1/2" tall, both are lithographed cloth rag advertising dolls by the Green Giant Company.

 

Country Girl doll, all vinyl and plastic jointed doll with short curly rooted hair, sleep eyes, closed mouth, dressed in a white with green print dress and bonnet, advertising doll for Green Giant Company.

1960's Green Giant Little Sprout cloth doll, 10 1/2"

1960s Little Sprout cloth doll, 10 1/2"

1960s A & H Telephone Pioneers of America 1893, Belle Doll, 15" tall, a commemorative Belle doll for their 1960s? anniversary, plastic jointed body doll with vinyl head, rooted hair, made by A & H Doll Mfg. Inc.

1960s A & H Telephone Pioneers of America Belle Doll, 15"

1960s A & H Belle Doll, 15"

1961-1964 Chase Eskimo Pie Boy, (the trade name was used since the 1930s), 15" tall cloth doll, manufactured by the Chase Bag Company.

1960s Chase Bag Co Eskimo Pie Boy doll 15"

1960s Chase Eskimo Pie Boy doll, 15"

1962 Kellogg's Cereal company in Kalamazoo, Michigan US, distributed more than 5 million dolls of various kinds, here is one of their promotions:  1962 Linda Lou doll, 8-10" tall hard plastic jointed body, vinyl head with rooted hair, sleep eyes.  This doll was sold by a multitude of different companies as their own brand redressed.  Effanbee as Fluffy and so marked, others without the Effanbee marking: Allied Grand called her Bonnie marked AE, Mary Hoyer named and sold this doll as Margie (no freckles), Mollyes called her Perky and Valentine used her for the 13" tall Perfect Patient doll and possibly others. 

1962 Kelloggs Linda Lou doll 10"

1962 Kelloggs Linda Lou doll, 10"

1963-1964 Knorr Soup dolls (a Danish Company), 7 1/2" tall, set of two dolls (male & female) dressed in various country costumes, made of hard plastic.

1960s Knorr Soup dolls 7 1/2"

1960s Knorr Soup dolls, 7 1/2"

1964-1965 Kelloggs Calico Lassie doll, 12"1964-1965 Kelloggs Calico Lassie doll 12" fashions

1964-1965 Kelloggs Calico Lassie doll, 12" tall, mail in premium thru Kellogg's Cereal Company, also called by collectors; Ellie Mae Clampett, as she looked like the character from The Beverly Hillbillies TV series, also has additional fashions available for purchase separately doll was made by the Elite Creations.  Inc. and is marked: Unique.   Plastic jointed body, vinyl head with rooted hair, painted eyes, closed mouth.                   Photo's courtesy of Chris

1964 Kelloggs Calico Lassie doll ad

1964 Kelloggs Calico Lassie doll ad

1967 Arrow Rubber Gerber Baby doll, 14" tall, all vinyl, sleep eyes with lashes, molded, painted brows and hair, squeaker, open mouth, drink wet doll, same as prior Gerber doll without dimples on cheeks, doll was discontinued after a short time, marked on head: Gerber Baby Gerber Products Co 1966

1967 Arrow Rubber Gerber Baby doll 14"

1967 Arrow Rubber Gerber Baby doll 14"

1970s Texaco Cheerleader, 11 1/2" tall, plastic and vinyl teenage fashion type doll with a jointed body, painted eyes, rooted hair, came with a wardrobe.  It is unknown who actually produced this advertising doll for Texaco.

1970's Texaco Cheerleader doll, 11 1/2"

1970s Texaco Cheerleader doll, 11 1/2"

1972 Horsman Little Debbie doll, 11" tall, vinyl head with rooted hair, painted upper eyelashes, open smiling mouth, jointed plastic body, dressed in a short sleeve blue & white check gingham dress, white apron pinafore with her name of front Little Debbie, matching straw hat with edges bound in gingham, white socks & black shoes. 

 

Made by Horsman for "Little Debbie Snack Cakes" 25th anniversary.  Marked on head: Horsman Dolls Inc. 1972.  This same face mold was also used on other Horsman dolls 1970s-1980s.

1972 Horsman Little Debbie snack cake doll, 11"

1972 Horsman Little Debbie

Snack Cake doll, 11"

1971 Hasbro Bonnie Breck doll, 9" tall, vinyl and plastic jointed body, long rooted hair, high heel feet, wearing long blue prairie style dress.  Doll marked: Made in Hong Kong.  Advertising doll for Breck Shampoo made by Hasbro.

1971 Hasbro Bonnie Breck doll 9"

1971 Hasbro Bonnie Breck doll, 9"

1979-1985 Atlanta Novelty Gerber Baby doll,  17" tall, made of vinyl and cloth, molded hair, sleep eyes.  It is unknown if, how doll is marked.

1980's Atlanta Novelty, Gerber Baby doll, 17"

1980s Atlanta Novelty,

Gerber Baby doll, 17"

Additional Advertising dolls not shown

1895+ Northwestern Consolidated Milling Company,  a Farm Boy doll, 15 1/2" tall, all cloth rag doll of flour sack lithographed fabric, then cutout and sewn, doll is unmarked, fabric has printed on chest of Ceresota Flour, Northwestern's trademark since 1891.  Franklin Mint Collectibles made a porcelain head, hands, feet with a soft body doll, recreation of the Ceresota Flour Boy in 1986.

 

1900 Cooks Flaked Rice Co doll, 25" tall, muslin cloth printed wearing underwear, cut out, stuff and sew dolls, mail in premium doll.

 

1904 Buster Brown Shoes Buster Brown Doll, doll material unknown made by Hamley Brothers of England.  1904-1905 Art Fabric Mills, Knickerbocker Specialty Co, both made Buster Brown rag dolls.   1929 Buster Brown doll, 16" composition and cloth doll, made by Ideal.  Horsman also made a Buster Brown doll.

 

1915 Baker & Bennett Spearmint Kid doll 12 1/2" tall, with a voice box made with permission of the William Wrigley Company.

 

1916 Babbitt At Your Service Cleanser Boy, 15" tall, B. T Babbitt Co of New York city, trademark advertising doll made for them by Modern Toy Co., came with a can of Babbitt's cleanser.  Made by Modern Toy Company.

 

1920-1962 Buddy Lee doll, 12 1/2 - 13" tall, made by the H.D. Lee Company.

 

1927 Baby Ruth doll, 1929 Chicos doll registered trade names for Curtis Candy Co.

 

1930 Quaker Crackels cloth doll, 15" tall, printed cloth doll, to cut out, sew and stuff advertising doll for crackel cereal by Quaker Oats Company.  Quaker also made a Puffy doll.

 

1936+ Gerber Baby doll, from the Gerber Baby Products company located in Fremont, Michigan US, an 8" tall all one piece cloth doll with printed face and holding a can of baby food, unknown maker. Several manufacturers made Gerber dolls over the years;  Sun Rubber, Arrow, Amsco.

 

1951 Horsman Hanes Baby doll, 18, 21, 22" tall, possibly other sizes too, vinyl head with molded hair, vinyl lower arms, closed eyes, yawning mouth, cloth stuffed body and limbs.  Came dressed in a two piece sleeper set in blue, pale green, or pink with a Hanes tag.  Doll is marked Horsman or unmarked.  Advertising doll for Hanes.

 

1956 Miss Revlon doll, hard plastic, made by Ideal.                          1957 Miss Coty Girl doll, hard plastic, made by Arranbee

 

1959 Miss Sunbeam doll, 17" tall, hard plastic jointed body, vinyl head with blonde rooted hair in an up-do, blue sleep eyes, closed smiling mouth, wore a blue 1950s style short sleeve dress with a full skirt, white collar and cuffs, white half apron, socks and shoes.  Marked Eegee on back of neck.  Sunbeam bread advertising doll.  Made by the Eegee doll company.  In 1970 Horsman also made a smaller Miss Sunbeam hard plastic doll.  Checkmate Promotions, Inc. made an all cloth Miss Sunbeam doll, actual date unknown, most likely after 1970s.

 

1960s Arthur Murray Dance School, Let's Twist Dolls (pair girl & boy), 15" tall, soft foam stuffed cloth body with wired aperture so body is bendable, rubber hands and feet/shoes.  Clothing is part of the body, have applied felt facial features, she has yarn hair and has a label that says "Let's Twist" made by the Christy Manufacturing Company of Fayetteville N.C.  Chubby Checker released the song 'The Twist' in 1959 and it debuted on the Dick Clark TV Show on August 1960.

 

1960s Betty Blue Bonnet doll, 11 1/2" tall made by Perfekta.           1960s Sun Maid Raisin doll, 23" tall, made by Uneeda

 

1962 Bonnie the Plaid Lassie Doll, E. F. MacDonald's Plaid Trading Stamps advertising doll, 19" tall, vinyl head with short curly rooted hair, sleep eyes, painted facial features with a closed mouth, hard plastic body jointed at the neck, shoulders and hips, high heel feet, came dressed in her Scottish Highland outfit of a navy blue Bonnie Prince Charlie jacket, plaid tartan shawl, one piece dress with a white bodice a red and navy plaid tartan pleated skirt, navy blue Balmoral bonnet, sporran (purse), red knee-hi socks and black ghillies shoes.  Doll is marked P-9, made by the Skippy Doll Corporation.

 

1962 Swiss Miss doll, 14" tall, hard plastic jointed body, vinyl head with blonde rooted hair in pigtails, blue sleep eyes, closed mouth, wore a blue print short sleeve dress with a black felt bodice and ric rak trim, white collar and sleeves, socks, shoes.  Swiss Miss Hot Chocolate advertising doll.  Doll marked Jolly Toys Inc. 1962.

 

1962 Thirstee Cry Baby doll, 22" tall, advertising doll for Carnation Milk made by Horsman.

 

1965 Chex Cereal doll, 22" tall, Scarecrow doll with a vinyl head, painted features, open smiling mouth, blue hat, cloth stuffed body.  Doll marked R.P. Co.  Advertising doll for Ralston Purina Chex cereal.

 

1969 Allergy Annie doll, 15 1/2" tall,  all cloth advertising doll that came with a coloring book, advertising doll for Honeywell, The Air Cleaner People.  The Allergy Annie cloth doll is unmarked, came with paper mailing label inside the plastic bag.

 

1972 Sippin Sue, Sippin Sam dolls, 6" tall, small vinyl dolls with painted facial features and hair, dressed as a cowgirl and cowboy, each have a hole in the mouth for a straw, came packaged with a cup with hands shaped to hold onto the rim.  General Mills advertising dolls.  Cups are marked GENERAL MILLS 1972 --- KENNER PRODUCTS SIP ALONG.  Unknown how/if dolls are marked.

 

 

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