Madame Alexander Puddin Doll
About the dolls
The Puddin range of dolls was available in a number of different sizes, ranging from 14” up to 21”. It was first released in 1965, and continued to be produced in to the mid 1990s. They featured lifelike features, with faces, arms and legs made from vinyl and stuffed-cloth bodies. Some featured a crying mechanism which activated when the doll was turned over.
Collecting Madame Alexander Puddin Dolls
Because the company used a limited number of face moulds for their dolls, collectors look for dolls wearing their original clothes as without them there is little difference between each design other than the size and the hair.
Early models from the 1960s are the most sought after, and can sell for over %50 in good condition. Models from the 1970s and later can sell for around $20, but some rarer examples can fetch far more.
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