I – J – K American Doll Makers and Marks

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

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Ideal Novelty & Toy Company doll mark 1906-1982
Illco Toy Company 1920’s-1992+ NYC acquired by Tyco
– division of B. Illfelder & Co. NYC
– Illco Randy Rider battery operated doll 1976+
Imperial Crown Toy Corp doll mark IMPCO 1950s+
Imperial Toy Corporation 1980s Los Angeles, China, HK
Indestucto Specialties Co. doll mark ISCO 1915-1916
India Rubber Comb rubber doll mark IR Comb Co 1851-1863+
Native American Indian dolls 1850+
– Cherokee, Cree, Hopi Kachina doll, Iroquois, Otoe, Lakota, Sioux,
– Navajo, Seminole, Shoshone, plus other tribes
International Doll Co, doll mark Mollye’s 1929-1970
International, Inc. Co. dolls & toys 1983-1996 Brooklyn, NY
International Walking Doll mark Babs on shield 1917-1921
Irwin & Company rubber dolls 1926-1930 + NYC
Ives, Blakeslee & Co mechanical dolls 1868-1932
JPI – Jakks Pacific Industries dolls 1960s
Jack Built Toys Mfg. Co. 1958+ Burbank, CA
Sybil Jason celebrity actress dolls 1935-1940s
Jeanette Doll Co. doll mark Jedco 1923-1929
– see Ralph A. Freundlich
Jilmar Company dolls 1960s-1980s Brooklyn, NY
– Polly a Barbie clone doll, some had grow hair
Jointed Doll Company 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 dolls 1920-1939 +
Edward Judge & Early papier mache dolls 1867-1878
– doll mark Judge & Early, N. 2 Pat’d July 27, 1875
Junel Novelty Company dolls 1930s-1940s
Juro Novelty Company dolls & dummies 1953+

K and K Toy Co doll mark K & K, K. KX 1915-1930s
KB Doll Corp, K-B Toys or Kay-bee Toys Co. 1922-2008
– founded Harry & Joseph Kaufman Brothers, Pittsfield, MA
Pascal & Astrid Kamar Originals dolls mark PK 1958+
Kamkins Studio art doll mark Kamkins 1919-1930s
Katagini Brothers celluloid doll mark CK 1930+
Levenson Kaufman & Company 1930+
– originally Paramount Doll Co. 1926-1930
Kaysam Jolly Toys 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 doll 1970-1980s
Kerr & Hinz Tile Company dolls 1943-1956 Santa Clara, CA
– doll mark K & H USA, see Nancy Ann dolls
David Kirschner Productions, Inc. doll mark DKP 1983+
Kimport Dolls, see Beehler dolls 1920s-1950s
– a division Kimcraft historical dolls 1940s-1970s
Kindel & Graham doll mark Daisy 1917-1929 San Francisco
Knickerbocker Doll & Toy Company dolls 1925-1983 NYC
Knickerbocker Plastics Company doll mark S & E 1950s + CA
Konroe Merchants doll mark XP 1921-1924
Konstructo Mary F. Woods doll mark © MF 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
Kris Kringle Kid doll mark 1924-1925 Jersey City, NJ
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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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.