This doll is one of the most fascinating of the early portrait doll collection and her story is quite intriguing. It is said that in 1965 Madame Alexander interrupted the production of the highly popular "Jacqueline" doll with this completely reimagined model.
Her name was Coca, a nod to the famous French fashion designer. Both the face and the body were completely made over. Her face, as you can see, is thinner and those almond shaped eyes are just beautiful.
Her body was a new blow-molded plastic body with a "leg forward" stance. While the concept of Coco was good, the production of her caused a number of problems and thus, she was only produced for one year - 1966.This Coco doll is dressed in the Renoir outfit. She is 21 inches tall and is in absolutely wonderful condition. Her colors are bright, her clothing is all original and complete. No odors, rips or tears. Her head is just a bit wobbly but she holds her pose very easily. This is a must-have for any serious collector. Pls feel free to contact me with question or for more pictures. This item is in the category "Dolls & Bears\Dolls, Clothing & Accessories\Dolls & Doll Playsets". The seller is "nancpercen0" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.