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  • Maori Young Wahine Souvenir Doll
    A small young girl wahine souvenir doll. She stands just 6 1/4" tall....has 'sleep eyes'.....small loss of some cloak feathers at back.
    NZ$ 25.00
  • Fijian Policeman Doll
    We have two of these for in excellent condition, the other a bit more faded on the clothing. They stand 6 inches tall...very cute..probably 25-30 years old.Price is per 1 doll.
    NZ$ 36.00
  • Vintage Souvenir Maori Girl Doll
    This is a small plastic doll of 6 1/4" in good condition....very cute.
    NZ$ 38.00
  • 14339
    A nice vintage Maori Wahine Doll standing 20cm tall. She has a pair of large Poi tied to waist plus has 'sleep eyes' . Nice details including good feather cloak.
    NZ$ 48.00
  • Maori Wahine Vintage Doll- New Zealand
    This very cute Wahine Doll is similar to those currently available in Souvenir Gift shops in New Zealand but it is a vintage one that has nice feather adornment on the cloak . The body is rigid plastic and the face soft rubber and she measures 22 cm in height.
    NZ$ 48.00
  • Vintage Maori Wahine Large Baby Doll
    This is quite a large plastic Maori Girl Doll measuring 13 1/2" in height.....I would say probably 25-30 years old.
    NZ$ 67.00
  • Vintage 1960's ELSIE DENNEY Boxed Hawaiian Doll
    A real old cutie still in original presentation box. Made By Elsie Dennie, Honolulu, Hawaii....late 1950's to early 1960's I think
    NZ$ 78.00
  • A Kohler German Made Porcelain Doll head & Shoulders
    A porcelain doll head & shoulders made by the German firm of KOHLER. In good condition the piece is 5 inches in height....age uncertain.
    NZ$ 90.00
  • A Pickaninny Topsy Doll - by Reliable Dolls Canada Circa 1940
    A circa 1940 10 inch Reliable Topsy doll, all composition, dark brown, jointed hips and shoulders, black painted side-glancing eyes, black hair with three inset wool braids. Stringing a bit loose in nice overall condition.The Reliable Toy Company Limited of Toronto, Canada was founded in 1920 by Solomon Frank Samuels, later joined by his brothers Alex Samuels and Ben Samuels, had a long history of making quality doll products. In the beginning Reliable imported bisque doll heads from Germany, put it on a body made from a USA company and assembled these into their own dolls. From 1922 until 1955 they began producing their own dolls, first made of composition, later of hard plastic and vinyl. Reliable is best known for their Canadian style Indians and Mounties dolls, they also bought doll molds from other well known American doll manufacturer's, like the Ideal Toy Company Shirley Temple doll and produced their own version doll, that was not licensed for export to the USA. In 1959, Mr. S. F. Samuels founded the Regal Toy Company of Toronto who made plastic and vinyl dolls. By 1985 Allied (Plastic Products) Group acquired Reliable Toys and in 1995 Reliable ceased doll production.
    NZ$ 90.00
  • Norah Wellings 1930's Pacific Hula Girl Doll
    A FAB 1930's soft plush velvet HULA GIRL 7" Tall in very good condition. Norah Welling was born in 1893 in Shropshire. Her father Thomas was a master plasterer, her mother was named Sarah, and Norah had a brother called Leonard. Norah had a good education and excelled in botany and art. Norah Wellings started working at Chad Valley Co Ltd in 1919. In 1926, she established Victoria Toy Works in Wellington, Shropshire, England. The factory had six employees, including some family members. As well as her own brand dolls, Wellings continued to make Chad Valley dolls in similar style. Wellings' dolls are often made of cloth (felt, velvet and velveteen), and represent children and adults, as well as storybook characters.The manufacturing process involved moulding buckram over a layer of plastic wood, overlaid with steamed felt. The faces were then hand-painted on, with a waterproof coating to make them washable. Wellings exhibited at the British Industries Fairs in 1927 and 1929. She was listed as a 'Manufacturer of Soft Fabric Toys of Distinction' and the range included dolls, plush novelties, and mascots. During World War Two, Wellings made dolls representing characters from the Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force, including Harry the Hawk, which was sold to raise money for the Royal Air Force Comforts Fund. She also made a number of 'Jolly Boy' felt sailor figures, which were sold as souvenirs aboard cruise liners. In 1959, some months after the death of her brother, Leonard, she closed the business, destroyed her designs, tools and unfinished dolls, and retired. She died in February 1975 at the age of 82.
    NZ$ 90.00
  • Porcelain Half Doll Pin Cushion Circa 1920's
    A Half Doll Pin cushion ....height is 6 inches to top of the ladies head and diameter of the pin cushion is 4 inches.. We think the doll is of German make from around 1920's. EX Estate piece.
    NZ$ 125.00
  • Large PEDIGREE Black Baby Doll - Made in New Zealand Circa 1950
    A large 21 1/2" tall Black Baby Doll made in New Zealand By PEDIGREE Circa 1950's. Described usually as a Walking Doll it is made in hard plastic and is fully jointed as per pictures ......and has lovely 'Sleep Eyes' as well. The doll has a voice box on back but this no longer makes any sounds. In very good condition overall these PEDIGREE BLACK BABY DOLLS are now very collectible. Near Identical to the English-made Pedigree Dixie and Mandy Lou, the Made in NZ dolls are hard plastic, head-turning walkers, made between the 1940s and 1950s. With a manual walking motion of their legs, their heads turn from side to side and they have flirty/follow-me eyes, astrakhan wigs, and closed mouths with slightly exaggerated, red-painted lips.
    NZ$ 275.00

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