lots of fashions that were labeled with a paper tag until 1984, then they went to a fabric tag. The earlier tags being paper were easily destroyed. She has a
boyfriend Paul introduced in 1965, a sister Patch in 1966 and of course no fashion girl is complete without houses, cars and more to accessorize her lifestyle.
In 1968 Sindy got an updated look with real eyelashes, a twist n' turn waist, side parted
hair style in several different hair colors. In 1969 a new see through acetate box was introduced.
From 1978 to1979
Louis Marx manufactured Sindy for the American market,
the rights to manufacture Sindy were sold to Hasbro when Pedigree went bankrupt. In the 1990's Mattel brought a lawsuit against Hasbro as they had redesigned
Sindy's face which Mattel felt it
was too similar to their Barbie doll, as such, she was no longer sold in the USA. Vivid Imaginations is still selling Sindy products in Britain today.
There is a Sindy doll book by Colette Mansell - The History
of Sindy, Britain's Top Teenage Doll 1963-1994