Stolle

Year of introduction: 
2004
About the brand: 

The Stolle dolls were created for the Costco discount stores by Götz. The dolls were only available for the 2004 holiday season and retailed for $19.99. There were two dolls, a brunette and a blonde (not named), and they were both packaged with a second outfit in the box.

The Stolle dolls are the same body type as American Girl (Götz made the original American Girl dolls for Pleasant Company in the early days). These dolls are also very similar to the Little Sisters and Precious Day dolls, also made by Götz, though they have a different face mold identified by the numbers 120/16 on the back of the neck. The Stolle dolls were made in China and and have tagged bodies that have "Götz Dolls HK" and a Hong Kong address. Though they are not quite as good quality as Götz' other lines, they are remarkably nice for the price, very comparable to the Precious Day dolls.

Starting in 2013, the Precious Day brand will be using the same face mold as these Stolle dolls.

Details
Height: 
18.00 in
Doll types: 
Play dolls
18 inch vinyl play dolls
AG clothing compatible
Primary material: 
Vinyl
Hair type: 
Rooted
Eye type: 
Sleep eyes
Doll ages: 
Child dolls
Target age (of owner): 
3
to: 
103
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