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My Mod Doll

Posted by mush (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 8, 11 at 21:38

This was what I called my Mod Doll in the late 60's or early 70's. I recently found her in the basement of my childhood home. I'm wondering if she is part of a series. I'd love to collect more! She is all vinyl including her hat. Her head swivels and her arms move. Her hair is shiny black and rooted. No markings to be found on her.
70's Mod Doll

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RE: My Mod Doll

Yep, she's mod alright. ;) I remember I had a mod Barbie-like doll, mod Barbie clothes, and Lucky Locket Kiddles that I loved, some of them were sort of mod. But I don't ever remember seeing a doll like that, nor any of my friends having one. She's in very good condition, too!

See you can't find a mark, just wondering if you checked under her hair at the base of her head/back of her neck?

RE: My Mod Doll

I've looked her over from head to toe. No visible marks.

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