Wee Patsy

About the brand: 

Patsy's littlest sister made her debut in 1935 under the name "Fairy Princess" (though her mold markings were and remain "Wee Patsy™"). She was marketed as the Colleen Moore Doll House Doll (a celebrated doll house of the period). The dolls were made of composition and had molded hair. They were only sold where Colleen Moore's Doll house was displayed to raise money for charity.  The original dolls were only made during 1935.

In 1995 Wee Patsy was reissued in vinyl painted to look like the old composition ones.

In 2002, the Robert Tonner Doll Company aquired the Effanbee company and continued the vinyl dolls.  In 2005, they issued a rooted-saran Wee Patsy with a new face mold.


5.75 in
6.00 in
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Play dolls
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Child dolls
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