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1976 Mego Wonder Woman Doll of Lynda Carter

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Mego Wonder Woman Doll from 1976 in the image of Lynda Carter

She is a beauty and in excellent condition. Her arms and legs move well. She has her original headband, rope, and boots. She is missing her original bracelets. I made her new bracelets from gold foil with little red stars attached. They look more like Lynda Carter's bracelets than the original grey ones!

Her arms and legs move well as you can see from the action pose I put her in. The doll has been played with and has some wear but still in very good shape. Her hair is a little frayed. She comes as pictured. She does not come with the Diana Prince costume.


5 out of 5 stars


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1976 Mego Wonder Woman Doll of Lynda Carter

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