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Here is the 1958, Madame Alexander, 16" Edith the Lonely Doll. This doll has the Kelly face (vinyl head with rooted hair) with hair pulled back into a ponytail. Edith the Lonely Doll is from the books by Dare Wright. The dress (looks to have been washed and ironed at some time), half slip (elastic a little stretched at waist) and panties (elastic stretched at waist and legs) appear to be original Madame Alexander. The slip is replaced (I made it so KNOW it is a replacement but was made as close to the original as possible). The socks, although vintage rayon, again were replaced. The shoes, if not original, are vintage (nice thick soles and heels). One hoop earring was replaced (her right) and is not "aged" as the one that was on her when purchased. Edith could probably use a thorough cleaning of her vinyl. There is also a small, light spot on her inside left knee. This may be able to be cleaned off but will need scrubbing/work. A nice doll for display.

Madame Alexander 1958 Edith the Lonely Doll 16" - displays beautifully


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: vinyl, cotton gingham, suedette
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 109 reviews
  • Favorited by: 4 people