Vintage 1965 LITTLE MISS NO NAME Doll by Hasbro
- Condition Good Vintage Condition with some loss and costume modification ~ see description.
- Size Approx. 15" height
- Location Avon Lake
- Lot # 010
- System ID # 17512830
- End Date
- Start Date
A great find for Vintage Toy Collectors!
Designed by Deet D’Andrade and Manufactured by Hasbro in 1965, Little Miss No-Name is said to have drawn inspiration from the paintings of American artist Margaret Keane.
Incised hallmark at Nape of Neck : HASBRO 1965
Doll stands approx. 15" in height
She does not have the original burlap dress (replaced with a homemade rosebud print dress with intentional? light staining). Original underwear.
She is also missing the plastic tear drop that would normally be inserted in the hole under her left eye.
Someone has cleverly added a silver-tone metal ID necklace with.... NO NAME.
This doll was never issued with shoes.
She has large sad brown eyes, a drooping mouth, and mop of unkempt blond hair (possibly given a choppy trim along the way)
The doll's hand is designed so that when her arm is extended, she appears to be begging.
Overall Condition: Good. No significant surface wear to body. Clean with some trace grime found at hands & feet and slightly to face.
Doll can stand on its own and joints move easily for sitting and arm placement. Some tiny printing on right forearm.
*any white circles seen on eyes is from photographic lighting.
From a smoke-free home (no funky smell)