Nov 262013

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Note: the number at the end of the description refers to the source where a photo of the outfit may be found. See legend at bottom of page.
For sleepwear, outerwear, underwear and accessory paks, please see the listing by style and color.

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Cissy doll by Madame Alexander #? – Pink dotted swiss dress with full skirt, puffed sleeves of tulle, square neckline with white lace trim and black velvet ribbon insert, matching black velvet accent ribbons on skirt.

#? – Pale pink satin short gown with inverted pleats at waistline forming flared skirt; white faux fur stole with pink flowers; slip; rhinestone bracelet; gold elastic-strap sandals. Color in #6

#? – White cotton dress with dark pink floral print, organdy puff sleeves, rhinestones on bodice, burgundy velvet bow at waistline; can-can petticoat; white lace lingerie; red heels; burgundy velvet collarless long-sleeved coat. Color in #6

#2083 – Red polished cotton jumper; red & white striped short-sleeved shirt; white taffeta cancan petticoat with nylon net ruffles, red trim; natural straw hat with red ribbon; high heels with flowers and jewels.
Photo courtesy of Withington Auction, Inc.
#2084 – Navy taffeta dress with dropped waist, very full skirt, tiny sleeves and low neckline; matching short jacket; blue straw hat with cornflower blue trim, field flowers and veil; open toe shoes; stockings.
Photos courtesy of eBay seller your-favorite-doll.
Cissy #2091 by Madame Alexander #2091 – Black taffeta dress with lace trim gathered at shoulders forming tiny sleeves; narrow black lace stole; frilly cancan petticoat of pink taffeta & nylon net; black strap sandals; pink net hat with flowers; rhinestone bracelet; fitted plastic purse.

#2094 – Pale yellow gown of heavy slipper satin with gathers at shoulders; muff of matching nylon tulle covered with red roses; necklace and earrings of rhinestones and topaz; solitaire ring. Color in #8

#2095 – White organdy gown trimmed with rows of shirred val lace and red rosebuds, short puffed sleeves; red satin sash; white straw braid picture hat trimmed with red ribbon and small red velvet flowers; red satin handbag; ruby ring. Color in #2 and #7
Photo courtesy of Withington Auction, Inc.
#2097 – Blue satin gown with three sapphire colored rhinestones at neckline & at each corner of cap sleeves, smaller blue stones and silver & white braid trim decorate front of dress; rhinestone bracelet and three stone ring; ostrich feather fan; coronet of flowers and jewels.
Photos courtesy of eBay seller your-favorite-doll.

#2098 – Gold taffeta gown with full, flaring skirt; matching short evening cape trimmed with gold braid; gold hoop earrings; emerald ring; white lace hankie. Color in #7

_2099 (3K) _2099a (3K) #2099 – White brocade gown with blue garter sash and star; taffeta hoop petticoat; silver tiara, earrings and bracelets of rhinestones & rubies; long white fingerless gloves. Color in #2 and #7.

#2100 – Mauve taffeta torso-fitting gown with flared decolletage, wide pink braid around neckline, full flounce at knees decorated with wide ribbon gathered into a bow, caught on both sides with a gold circle centered with five pearls; double drop pearl earrings; pearl necklace; wide rhinestone and gold bracelet; long white fingerless gloves; gold heels. Variations in the taffeta ribbon exist. Color in #2, #6, #7 and #8

#2101 – White brocade princess-cut bridal gown decorated with rhinestones and pearls, with cap sleeves; white nylon tulle veil with coronet decorated with flowers, pearls and rhinestones; bridal muff of tulle with flowers; pearl necklace.
Photos courtesy of eBay seller your-favorite-doll.

Sources for this page include:

  1. “Madame Alexander Catalog Reprints 1942-1962, Vol. 1” published by Barbara Jo McKeon
  2. “Madame Alexander’s Ladies of Fashion” by Marjorie Victoria Sturges Uhl
  3. “Madame Alexander Collector’s Dolls” by Patricia R. Smith
  4. “Madame Alexander Collector’s Dolls: Second Series” by Patricia R. Smith
  5. “American Dolls From the Post-War Era 1945-1965” by Florence Theriault
  6. “The Golden Age of American Dolls 1945-1965” by Cynthia Gaskill

  7. “Cissy: Identification and Price Guide” by A. Glenn Mandeville & Benita Cohen Schwartz
  8. “Madame Alexander Dolls 1948-1965” by Linda Crowsey

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