Vogue 1950s Reproduction Ginny and Ginger

Name: Vogue 1950s Reproductions My Kinder Crowd Ginny, Ginger, and Party Fashion Ginny

Made by and When: Vogue Doll Company, 2006

Material: Hard plastic


Height: 7-1/2 inches

Hair, Eyes, Mouth: Dark brown wigs with bangs and flipped ends, dark brown sleep eyes with painted-on eyelashes, closed mouths, rosy cheeks

Clothes: My Kinder Crowd Ginny – Light blue taffeta dress with gold net skirt overlay, pink net puffed sleeves trimmed in gold, pink straw hat with pink floral accent, light blue socks, pink lamé front-snap shoes; Ginger – Off-white dress with multicolored polka dots on skirt and holly leaf embellishment, red ribbon at waist; red straw hat with holly leaf embellishment, off-white panties, off-white vintage-style socks, red front-snap shoes; Party Fashion Ginny wears a cream dress with peach flower accents on sides, peach hat embellished with peach flowers, peach half-slip, panties, socks, shoes, personalized handbag. All dolls have a gold Vogue Doll hangtag.

Other: The dolls are reproductions of vintage 1950s dolls by Vogue using the same head sculpts and bodies as the 1950s dolls. Each doll is a certified authentic and limited edition of 100 pieces. My Kinder Crowd Ginny is from the Vintage Classics Revisited Collection. Ginger, a Bearzabout Bears store exclusive, was inspired by 1952’s Debutante Series #64 from the Vintage Ginny Collection and is also part of the Vintage Classic Revisited Collection. Party Fashion Ginny, also made exclusively for Bearzabout Bears, was inspired by 1953’s Talon Zipper Series #74 from the vintage Ginny collection.  The Caucasian version of this doll was sold at 2006 International Doll Expo.



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