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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#? – Yellow nylon organdy sleeveless ankle-length dress with overskirt and neckline of matching tulle, cummerbund at waistline trimmed with tiny white flowers and matching flowers at shoulder; yellow taffeta panties; yellow taffeta slip with tulle ruffle at hemline; nylons; gold sandals; gold and pearl necklace; double drop pearl earrings; ring. Matching Cissette outfit. Color in #2 and #7
#? – Striped full skirt; sweater with stand up collar, trim down front and on sleeves. B&W drawing in #4 and #7
#2115 – Emerald green or sapphire blue wool jersey blouse with three quarter sleeves, jeweled pin; gold lace very full street length skirt; belt with large flowers; shoes decorated with jewels and flowers. Color in #7
|#2118 – Pale pink or purple taffeta dress; white taffeta coat with large collar, ribbon tie at neck; white fur hat; cancan petticoat; sandals; rhinestone earrings; solitaire ring.|
#2120 – Sapphire blue cocktail dress of heavy slipper satin with shoulder straps; matching stole with pin; white fluffy hat of flowers and tulle; tiny purse set with pearls; solitaire ring; earrings; strap sandals. Color in #7 and #8. Not to be confused with #2120 from 1957, a completely different outfit.
#2170 – Nylon tulle bridal gown with two underskirts, bodice trimmed with vertical rows of lace, sheer puffy sleeves with lace edging; wide satin belt ties in back with streamers to the floor; floor length veil attached to coronet of flowers; bouquet with long streamers; double pearl necklace; pearl earrings; ring. Color in #2 and #7. Note: this stock number was also used in 1962 for a totally different wedding gown.
Sources for this page include:
- “Madame Alexander Catalog Reprints 1942-1962, Vol. 1″ published by Barbara Jo McKeon
- “Madame Alexander’s Ladies of Fashion” by Marjorie Victoria Sturges Uhl
- “Madame Alexander Collector’s Dolls” by Patricia R. Smith
- “Madame Alexander Collector’s Dolls: Second Series” by Patricia R. Smith
- “American Dolls From the Post-War Era 1945-1965″ by Florence Theriault
- “The Golden Age of American Dolls 1945-1965″ by Cynthia Gaskill
- “Cissy: Identification and Price Guide” by A. Glenn Mandeville & Benita Cohen Schwartz
- “Madame Alexander Dolls 1948-1965″ by Linda Crowsey
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