American Doll Makers and Marks – I-J-K

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

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I
Ideal Novelty & Toy Company doll mark 1906-1982
Illco Toy Company 1920’s -1992+ NYC acquired by Tyco
– division of B. Illfelder & Co. NYC
– 1976+ Illco Randy Rider battery operated doll
Imperial Crown Toy Corp doll mark IMPCO 1950s+
Imperial Toy Corporation 1980s Los Angeles, China, HK
Import Sales Company rubber doll mark Diamond 1914 NYC
Indestucto Specialties Company 1915-1916
– -doll mark ISCO Sunshine Kids
India Rubber Comb rubber dolls 1851-1863+
– doll mark IR Comb Co.
Native American Indian dolls 1850+
– Cherokee, Cree, Hopi Kachina doll, Iroquois, Otoe, Lakota, Sioux,
– Navajo, Seminole, Shoshone, plus other tribes
International Doll Co, Mollye’s doll mark 1929-1970
International, Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11232 doll & toy co. 1983-1996
International Walking Doll mark Babs on shield 1917-1921
Irwin & Company rubber dolls 1926-1930 + NYC
Ives, Blakeslee & Co mechanical dolls 1868-1932
J
JPI – Jakks Pacific Industries dolls 1960s
Jack Built Toys Mfg. Co. 1958+ Burbank, CA
Josephine Janes Doll Company 1919-1920
Sybil Jason celebrity actress dolls 1935-1940s
Jeanette Doll Co. doll mark Jedco 1923-1929
– see Ralph A. Freundlich
Jilmar Co. 1960s-1980s Brooklyn, NY
– Polly a Barbie clone doll, some had grow hair
Jointed Doll Co. George Sanders 1874-1885
– doll mark Improved Jointed Doll pat.
April 29, ’79, Dec. 7, ’80 & Nov. 7, ’82
Jolly Toys doll mark Jolly Toys 1950-1960s
Jouet, Inc. Company dolls & toys 1953-1966 Brooklyn, NY
– associated with K-B Toys or Kay-Bee Toys Company
Joy Doll Products Corp. composition 1920-1939 +
Edward Judge & Early papier mache doll 1867-1878
– doll mark Judge & Early, N. 2 Pat’d July 27, 1875
Junel Novelty Incorp. dolls 1930s-1940s
Juro Novelty Co. Dolls & Dummies 1953+

K
K and K Toy Co doll mark K & K, K. KX 1915-1930s
K.B. Doll Corp., K-B Toys or Kay-bee Toys Co. 1922-2008
– founded Harry & Joseph Kaufman Brothers, Pittsfield, MA
Kamar, Inc. 1958-2006 Torrance, CA
Pascal & Astrid Kamar made dolls & stuffed toys
Kamkins, Louise R. Kampes Studio art doll mark 1919-1930s
Katagini Brothers celluloid doll mark C.K. 1930+
Levenson Kaufman & Company 1930+
– originally Paramount Doll Co. 1926-1930
Kaysam Dolls 1959-1960s
Kaystan Pageant Doll Company 1968+
Keisha Doll Company black dolls 1981-1989
Kellow & Brown doll mark KB 1918+
Victor Keney boudoir mark Keeneye W-K-S INC 1930s
Kenner Parker Company 1970-1980s
Kerr & Hinz Tile Company dolls 1943-1956 Santa Clara, CA
– doll mark K & H USA, see Dollcraft Company
David Kirschner Productions, Inc. doll mark D.K.P. 1983+
Kimport Dolls, see Beehler 1920s-1950s
– a division Kimcraft historical dolls 1940s-1970s
Kindel & Graham doll mark Daisy 1917-1929 San Francisco
Knickerbocker Doll & Toy Company 1925-1983 NYC
Knickerbocker Plastics Company doll mark S & E 1950s + CA
Konroe Merchants doll mark XP 1921-1924
– My Honey doll, The Parisienne flapper doll
Konstructo Mary F. Woods doll mark © M.F. Woods 1904+
– made native American Indian dolls; Chief Joseph, Chief Wolf Robe,
– Cigarette Friend, Old Angeline, Princess Angeline, Sacajewa
Korn Crisp Co. doll mark Miss Korn-Crisp 1900s
Alexander Kravits NYC inventor Papa Mama doll voice boxes
duel voice box patented on 09 Sep 1937
Kreuger doll mark GERMANY K 1920s NYC / Germany
Kris Kringle Kid Co. 1924-1925
Richard G. Krueger cloth dolls 1917-1964+
Elsie Clark Krug International Doll House 1937+ Baltimore
– painted bisque shoulder head doll mark Krug Baltimore

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