Triki Miki

Name: Triki Miki

Made by and When: Uneeda, 1971

Material: Vinyl

Marks: UNEEDA (on the head); LITTLE MISS / DOLLIKIN / U.S. PAT. / No. 3,010,253 / OTHER U.S. & / FOR. PAT. PEND. / Made in Hong Kong (on the body)

Height: 6-1/2 inches

Hair, Eyes, Mouth: Straight black waist-length hair, brown painted eyes, closed mouth

Clothes: Orange, pink, white, and lime green two-piece pants suit; lime green shoes

Other: This poseable doll has 10 moveable joints, poses like the human body (as indicated on the box) and as advertised on TV during the 1970s. Triki Miki was a Woolworth exclusive as indicated on the box. Black versions are rare, especially when found mint in box.

Gallery (Images courtesy of and Matthew Bullock Auctioneers.)


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Doll collector, historian, co-founder of the first e-zine devoted to collecting black dolls; author of black-doll reference books, doll blogs, and doll magazine articles.

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