Southern Belle Doll by Horsman
No history of vintage dolls could be written without Horsman. A native of New York City, E. I. Horsman began retailing toys and novelties imported from Germany in the mid-1800s. As the new century dawned, his company began producing its own cloth and composition dolls. The dolls we have are real treasures. ON SALE NOW! 1979 plastic Horsman doll; white girl; rooted auburn hair; hazel sleepy eyes; ivory complexion; long black eye lashes; pink lips and cheeks; small, partially separated fingers; jointed limbs. Wearing, pink and lace southern belle dress; two ivory shoes; wide lace hat; white underpants and a flower choker. She stands approximately 13 inches and has a stand. Her face has delicate features and she is very pretty. Her dress is a little dirty from sitting on the shelf all these years. Price includes shipping.