Amy is 14 tall, is made from hard plastic. She is a "walker" doll, meaning her head turns back and forth as her legs move. She has strawberry blonde hair, with curls on top of her head accented by a pink bow.She has a lovely face, with pinkish-red lips, light brown eye-shadow, applied upper lashes and painted-on lower lashes and eyebrows. She is marked "ALEX" on the back of her head. She was made between the late 1940s and mid 1950s, and has a "Margaret" face. Pink and white dress with pink ribbon belt. White petticoat with lace trim. White pantaloons with two rows of lace trim. Black mary jane shoes with bows & snaps - fuzzy bottoms. I'm not a Madame Alexander or antique doll expert, but I will try to describe her in detail. If you have any specific questions or need more detailed pictures of anything, please feel free to message me.
Doll Body : Her body is in good to very good condition. Small flaws include: some light grey scratches and a small crack on the back of her left leg, which does not seem to effect movement (see pics). She has some light marks on her face, which may be removable, and well as what appear to be some small imperfections in the hard plastic (see close-up of face). Hairdo looks to be original/untouched, curls are tight, but the wig has pulled away from the side of her face a little, exposing the glue (see picture).
Her head faces a few degrees to the right side when her legs are together, which seems common among the other walker dolls in other listings, but I mention it because I'm not positive it was like that originally. Outfit : Her pink and white dress is in good to very good condition. It is missing the "Amy" tag, and the original black belt has been replaced by a pink ribbon.Elastic on the pantaloons and petticoat is good, but rayon socks are little loose. There is some yellowing to the lace collar and cuffs, as well as to her undergarments. Socks have two small spots on them. From cleaning many antique linens, I believe this yellowing would probably be reduced or eliminated by soaking in Biz or Oxiclean. Comes from a smoke free home. Feel free to message with any questions!
The item "RARE Antique Madame Alexander Little Women AMY 14 walker doll" is in sale since Thursday, August 22, 2019. This item is in the category "Dolls & Bears\Dolls\By Brand, Company, Character\Madame Alexander\Vintage (Pre-1973)\1948-59".The seller is "gardenia-antiques" and is located in Gloucester, MA. This item can be shipped to United States.