The Regal Doll Manufacturing Company of Trenton, NJ
and New York City,
USA, was previously know as the German American Doll Company,
then changed their name again in 1937 to the Regal Doll Corp.
In October 1933 they acquired the
Horsman Doll Company and continued to produce dolls under each
trade name of Regal and Horsman. Regal made all composition dolls
and composition and cloth Mama and Baby dolls using the trade name of
"Kiddie Pal Dolly", in the 1930s they added
Patsy type dolls.
The Horsman line of dolls were the superior brand,
thus by late 1937 the Regal name disappeared and by 1940,
only the Horsman dolls and company name remained. The Regal Toy
Company of Toronto, Canada 1959-1979 is a different, unconnected company.
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Antique to Vintage Regal Dolls Identified
Items shown below are for reference
ca. 1928 Regal Kiddie Pal Dolly, 16-27" tall, composition
shoulder head, partial composition arms and legs, cloth
stuffed body with stitched hips so she could stand or sit, painted or sleep eyes, molded hair,
some with bow loops or wigged, open smiling
mouth or closed mouth, some dolls are marked: Kiddie Pal Dolly,
REGAL DOLL MFG. Co INC. or
unmarked. 1930 Billy the boyfriend, Dorothy Jane,
Sonny Boy dolls, all part of the Kiddie Pal line (and probably others).
The Kiddie Pal Dolly
shown has molded blond painted hair, blue tin sleep eyes and a
closed slightly smiling painted mouth, she's 19" tall.
ca. 1928 Kiddie Pal Dolly, 19"
ca. 1930s Regal, The Judy
Girl doll, 19" tall, Patsy type, composition shoulder head composition arms,
partial composition legs, cloth stuffed body with stitched hips,
molded painted hair, blue tin eyes, closed painted mouth - Patsy
type competitor. Doll is unmarked, hang tag states
she's a Kiddie Pal Dolly.
ca. 1930s The Judy Girl doll, 19"
Regal Maizie doll, 16" tall,
Patsy type, (shown on left) all composition, jointed at shoulder
and hips, molded painted hair, gray tin sleep eyes with real
upper lashes, painted wispy lower lashes, closed painted mouth, came
dressed in a short sleeved sun dress, bonnet, socks and oilcloth
tie shoes. Doll is unmarked.
The Maizie doll head mold was
also used by
Toy Products Manufacturing Company of NY, USA with painted eyes
(and is the doll shown at right).
Doll shown has a one
piece body with a stationary non-turning neck, with the Maizie head
mold, she is 13" tall, she is the version made by and marked Toy
Products Mfg. Co., so at least you can see the molded hair also used
on the Maizie doll. We have also seen her
referred to as Lil Sis.
1931 Maizie doll head mold, 13",
by Toy Products Mfg. Co.,
and is marked as such.
ca. 1935 Regal Bobby Anne doll,
12" tall, all composition joined body with painted molded
hair, painted blue eyes and closed painted mouth. The
Bobby Anne doll came in a cardboard carrying case with a wardrobe and
oilcloth roller skates.
Doll is unmarked, hang tag states she's a Kiddie Pal Dolly.Patsy or Patsyette type competitor.
This doll also came with
a mohair wig over her molded hair with sleep eyes and
was 13" tall, without the carrying case or wardrobe.
ca. 1928 Regal Kiddie Pal Baby
doll, 18" tall,
composition shoulder plate, composition arms and bent baby legs,
cloth stuffed body, jointed, molded painted hair, tin sleep eyes,
feathered eyebrows, painted upper eyelashes, open smiling painted
mouth with two upper teeth and dimples, doll marked: KIDDIE
PALE BABY REGAL DOLL MFG. CO. Note:
Misspelling in marking ofthe word Pal.
Regal Hug Me
Dolly, various sizes, composition flange head with molded painted
hair, blue tin sleep eyes, open or closed painted mouth, composition
arms and partial composition bent baby legs, cloth stuffed jointed
body, doll marked Hug Me Kiddie Pal Dolly.