F – G American Doll Makers and Marks

Below is a list of past American antique to vintage doll and toy makers whose company name begins with F to G dates of operation, identifying doll marks, labels, symbols, letters or initials and trade marks when known. 

A   B-C  D-E   < F-GH   I-JK   L-M  N-O-P   Q-R   S   T   U-Z

Fab-Lu company, see Bild Lilli clone dolls 1950s-1960s
– doll mark Made in British Crown Hong Kong
Fair & Carnival Supply Co. 1914+, 126 Fifth Avenue, NYC
Beach Flirt, Dainty Maid Bewtie, novelty carnival dolls,
– doll mark Patent No. 52195, July 16, 1918
Fairyland Doll Company 1950s+, see Dress me dolls
F.A.M. Doll Co. doll mark Fam Doll Co 1917-1919 Weehawken, NJ
– called The Doll Shop, made Dolly Dainty dolls
Famous Doll & Toy Corporation 1950s NYC
Famous Doll Studio composition dolls 1906-1922 NYC
– Sani doll a composition character shoulder head
Famous Plaything Co. doll mark Plaything 1930s-1980s
– or Plaything Novelty & Toy Company doll mark
Mark Farmer Doll Company 1950s
– reproduction china head dolls
Faultless Rubber Co. rubber dolls 1916-1923
Federal Doll Mfg. Co. doll mark Roze Doll 1917-1926
Fiber Craft Materials Corp. doll mark FCM 1953 +
Fiberoid Doll Products Co. doll mark 1927-1930s
First American Doll Factory, Aetna 1892-1896
Fisher-Price C. 1930-1994 – now part of Mattel
Sheila Flagg Doll Co. flexible dolls 1947-1985
Edith Flack Ackley Doll Company cloth dolls 1930s
Fleischaker & Baum Co., Effanbee, F & B 1910+ NYC
Fleming Doll Co. doll mark Tum Tum 1922-1924
Flexie Toy Company 1922-1923
Flexo Toys Corp. doll mark tag 1940s+
Flora’s Famous Dolls 1915-1928
MCW Foote, Fairyland rag dolls 1903-1909
Fortune Toys hard plastic dolls 1950s
Foulds & Freure celluloid doll mark F & Y Inc. 1911-1930+
Francesse Doll, saucy walker look a like doll 1950s
Franklin Heirloom Mint doll mark FHM 1964+
Madeline Frazier doll mark La Madelon 1940s
Ralph A. Freundlich Doll Company 1929-1945
Frisch Doll Co. doll mark Frisch 1950s – see Mary Hoyer
Fulper Pottery Co. doll mark Fulper USA 1918-1927
Fun World Doll Company 1960s-1980s

Gabriel Industries, CBS Toy Co. 1966-1978 NYC
CV Gambina Doll Company dolls 2000s
Lewis Galoob Toys Baby Face doll mark LGTI 1990-1998
Gardel Industries Mayfair birthstone dolls 1940s+
– NASB Nancy Ann look a like dolls
Theodore H. Gary & Company dolls 1909
– fur covered North Pole expedition dolls
Gem Toy Company composition dolls 1913-1931
General Mills Fun Group Inc. doll mark GMFI 1970s
– see Kenner
Arthur A. Gerling Toy Co. 1912-1930s
German Novelty Co. dolls 1914-1915 NYC
– doll label GN Co, Tipperary Tommy, Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. No. 82999
Ruth Gibbs Doll Company doll mark RG 1946+
Suzanne Gibson Dolls mark SGD 1961-1990
Giebeler Falk metal head doll mark Gi-Fa, G 1918-1921
GI-GO Toys Factory, My Pals Bean Bag Kids dolls 1979+
– 8″ dolls with expressive faces, ie. sticking out tongue, etc.
AC Gilbert Co. Honey West dolls 1966-1967
Gordon F. Gillespie chalkware Vampie doll 1919-1921
– made by The West Craft Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Gizmo Development, Gay Bob doll 1977+
Glad Toy Company plastic dolls 1960s, Brookglad
William Gluckin & Company Inc. 1920s NYC
– cloth doll mark 7001 Patent Pending Wm. Gluckin
Golden Ribbon Playthings dolls 1980s
Philip Goldsmith china doll marks 1870-1894
– doll mark My Dolly, Goldsmith doll mark Pat. Dec. 15, 1885
William Farr Goodwin mechanical dolls 1867-1874
Charles Goodyear rubber dolls 1851+
Goodyear Toy Co. Patsy type dolls 1923-1925
Googly Eye dolls 1911+
Gorham Company 1831-1967 – now Lenox
Gove Mfg. Company doll mark UNEKE 1926-1929
WT Grant, Kresge, Kmart 1926-1975 – see Uneeda
Grant Plastics Dress-Me dolls 1950s
Graphics International cloth dolls 1983+
Jane Gray (Stokes) Co. doll mark Ada May 1915-1927+
The Great American Doll Company GADCO 1988+
– design by Rotraut Schrott Suzi doll reproductions
Ludwig Greiner & Sons papier mache dolls 1840-1890
John B. Gruelle cloth Raggedy Ann & Andy dolls 1915-1938
Gund Mfg. Company dolls 1898-present
Ida Anzolotta Gutsell cloth doll maker 1893-1924

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The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Dolls books, vol. I (1800-1925) in 1968, vol. II (1800-1930) in 1986 by Dorothy S., Elizabeth A. and Evelyn J. Coleman, Antique Trader’s Doll Makers and Marks, a guide to identification book in 1999 by Dawn Herlocher, plus every other doll book we have or can borrow and continued research across the Internet since 1999, which we share with you.