|The picture shows a view of all (3) Old Vinyl Toy Dolls With Hair in this lot. All three of these dolls have heads that move and the center one has arms that move. They are not dated but are believed to be from the 1960s. They were probably sold as souvenirs or in a five and dime store. The vinyl material is similar to old wishnik or troll figures.|
The doll on the left is a crying Native American Indian baby. It has painted features, molded tear drops, and a molded leather outfit, a beaded necklace, and a beaded headband on the black hair. The bottom is marked ''Hong Kong''.
The middle doll is a young Hawaiian girl in a grass skirt. She has a ley of yellow flowers on her neck but in the picture it was moved to the back. She has painted features and long black hair. The bottom is marked ''Hong Kong''.
The right doll is a seating baby that looks like she is crying. She is believed to be Japanese. She is wearing a molded and painted yellow dress with a white collar and ribbon. She has painted features and dark brown hair. The bottom is marked ''Japan''. It has another marking that I can not read. She also has a coin slot (as made) on the back of her head to use her as a bank as well.
To judge the sizes the Hawiian girl doll measures 5'' tall. They could use their hair combed, but other than that they appear to be in mint condition as pictured.