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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#? – Sleeveless cotton print dress of narrow yellow stripes scattered with purple blossoms, purple ribbon sash at waist, purple rickrack around neckline, three rows of purple rickrack on skirt, lace trim at neckline and armholes, rhinestones on bodice.
Photos courtesy of eBay seller your-favorite-doll.
#? – Pale yellow nylon dress with square neckline has flocked design of blue and green flowers and blue dots, white lace trim at armholes. This was most likely sold as a boxed outfit because the tag is inside the skirt.
Photo courtesy of eBay seller luving_dolls

#? – White cotton dress with deep pink small floral print has organdy puffed sleeves, deep pink velvet ribbon at waist. Color in #8

#? – V-necked sundress is white with blue polka dots, buttons down front of bodice, red rickrack trim at neckline, armholes and on skirt. Boxed fashion. Color in #7

#? – White sleeveless cotton sateen dress with aqua polka dots, aqua grosgrain ribbon belt, crocheted lace trim at neckline.
Photo courtesy of eBay seller luving_dolls
Vintage Cissy doll by Madame Alexander #? – Sleeveless cotton dress has dropped waist, lace trim at armholes, velvet ribbon bow at neckline. Available as vertical print of blue flowers with green leaves on white background; blue and white stripes, possibly others. The dress pictured far left has also been found without the lace trim at the armholes.
Photo of boxed outfit courtesy of eBay seller your-favorite-doll.>

#? – Deep pink and green daisy print cotton dress has white organdy puffed sleeves. Color in #7

#? – Yellow or pale green sleeveless short gown overlaid with tulle, sprinkled with rhinestones and rosebuds; matching attached tulle stole gathered at bustline; pink roses at shoulder; gold sandals. Color in #7 and #8
Photo courtesy of eBay seller luving_dolls
Vintage Cissy doll by Madame Alexander #? – Nylon tricot long-sleeved sweater with floral trim; felt circle skirt with front pocket, matching trim. Available as a pink sweater with teal skirt or navy sweater with coral skirt.
Vintage Cissy doll by Madame Alexander #? – White nylon tricot long-sleeved sweater with deep pink tiny rosebud trim; Black cotton full skirt with tiny pink and green rosebud print, studded with rhinestones.
#2121 – Blue, pink or lavender satin sheath dress with high collar, flowers at neckline; matching detachable full overskirt; open-crown nylon net hat with three tiered ruffles, trimmed with flowers and satin ribbon; silver & rhinestone bracelet; small silver handbag; silver sandals. Color in #8.
Photo copyright Stephen Lamoretti.

#? – Deep pink polished cotton dress with wide lace collar. Color in #7

#? – Sleeveless dress of red, blue, green and gold print on white background has a dropped waist with red satin ribbon sash at waistline, small red satin ribbon bows at shoulders, v-neck.
Photo courtesy of eBay seller luving_dolls

#? – Red corduroy slacks; white jacket with mandarin collar has embroidered ribbon trim. Pieces sold separately. Color in #7

#? – Red, white and blue horizontally striped jersey top with elbow length sleeves, red satin ribbon bow at neckline; red pleated skirt with gold elastic waistband. Sold separately.
Photo courtesy of eBay seller your-favorite-doll.
#? – Red jacket with 3/4 sleeves and goldtone buttons; white slacks with red trim along side seams; white openweave knit midriff top; white cummerbund type belt. Color in #7
Photo courtesy of eBay seller your-favorite-doll.
#? – White organdy blouse with elbow length sleeves, lace trim at collar and cuffs and vertically down bodice; red slacks with gold elastic waistband.
Photo 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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