Fisher Price Honey doll

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2015-06-26 10:57:51

The Fisher Price Honey doll was a children’s doll produced by Fisher Price during the 1970s.

 

Background

Fisher Price introduced a series of six soft body dolls onto the market in 1974. The initial six dolls each had different appearances, with cloth bodies, moulded head and hands and removable outfits. These dolls were called:

  • Mary #200
  • Jenny #201
  • Natalie #202
  • Audrey #203
  • Baby Ann #204
  • Elizabeth #205

In 1975 they added a male doll named Joey (#206), and in 1976 they also added the Honey doll (#208). By 1978 the Honey doll was the only model from the series still in production.

The Fisher Price Honey doll

The Honey doll is a soft-body doll with no removable pieces or clothes, designed for infants. It has a vinyl head and hands, with painted yellow hair and features, and a yellow cloth body with a white collar and repeated pattern.

How much is a Fisher Price Honey doll worth?

It is relatively easy to find examples of Fisher Price Honey dolls for sale on sites such as eBay. The majority of these examples are used, in good condition without their original packaging and sell for less than $25.

However, NIB (New In Box) examples are far rarer, and many specialist vintage doll companies offer these for sale for more than $100

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