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This is a beautiful doll with her original outfit.
She is marked R & B on the hack of her head. She is 18" tall. Probably from the 1940's or 50's.
Her body is in excellent very clean condition with only a few little scuffs.
She has some glue that has dripped down from her wig on her left side. You can see this in the first photo.
Her upper lip has a small rubbed area.
Her out fit includes the dress, half slip, underpants, long stockings, silver shoe's, ribbon and a piece of fabric that snaps onto the side of her dress. Her cloths look slightly fadded to me and I see one small seam seperation on her dress sleeve.
Her dress has 3 blue stones, 2 in front and one on a sleeve.
I think she might be a Cinderella doll esp. because of her silver slippers.
She might also be Alice in Wonderland.
But I could find no photos online of this dress.
Her blonde hair feels like man made material.
Her hair is in good condition and although someone has pinned it up, it looks like it could be styled by someone who knows what they are doing.
She even has 2 sweet old baretts in her hair.
She has a beautiful face and her sleep blue eyes work well. She has all her lashes and her face paint is bright.
I wish I knew more about who this doll is and when she was made.
Any one with more information, I would be happy to hear from you.
Sold as is, I have tryed to discribe her few flaws.

From a smoke free home,
Thank you for looking, Sue

Arranbee Doll R&B 18 inch hard plastic maybe Cinderella Original outfit shoes stockings Alice in Wonderland


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: hard plastic
  • Only ships within United States.
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