Doll & Toy Id

  1. Biggest resource identifying dolls 1600s to 1970s:  http://dollreference.com/

6 Responses to “Doll & Toy Id”

  1. Grover DeHart October 1, 2014 at 12:10 pm #

    My son had a toy we called “loud mouth monkey” in the late 80s early 90s. It was a stuffed monkey and when you squeezed it its mouth opened and made a noise. He loved it and when he was 5 we were hit from behind and our car was destroyed. We figured out later that the monkey was in the car and we never got it back. We still talk about the monkey sometimes and I would like to find one.
    Thanks
    Grover DeHart
    828-242-3318

    • katrina9799 January 7, 2015 at 10:54 pm #

      Hello.
      As with any collectible antique, you will need to scan eBay, and all of the internet to find a seller with Smarty Bear.
      As with any collectible antique, you will need to scan eBay, and all of the internet to find a seller with your stuffed monkey. You should research to find the year and brand.
      The search will be challenging and perhaps fun if you enjoy hunting!

      Good luck with your search!
      Katrina

  2. Laura January 11, 2015 at 2:02 am #

    You had the 3 face doll Little lost baby posted. Did you sell it.

  3. Kerrie May 26, 2015 at 9:27 pm #

    In 1986 my parents gave me a doll for my 6th birthday. She had a soft body and was lightly scented. She came in a pink and blue box. Her eyes don’t open or close and she has no hair (only molded hair in her plastic head). I can’t remember the make of the doll can you help.

    • katrina9799 September 27, 2015 at 8:20 am #

      Hello Kerrie,

      I’d love to help, but without a picture, it would be difficult. I would suggest that you visit eBay and plug in “1986 doll”. You can insert the most popular brands at that time,
      which would have been, Kenner, Fisher-price, Tyco, Amercian greetings. You will just browse through pages and pages of 1986 dolls. There is no easier way.
      Good luck in your search!

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