Campbell Soup Kids Bicentennial Couple 1976
The Campbell Kids were first used as part of an advertisement for the Campbell Soup Company in 1906. The kids were created by Grace Drayton, a popular illustrator of the day. The kids were used in magazine and newspaper ads until about 1951. They were presented again in 1966. In 1976 a much more grownup pair of Campbell Kids Dolls was presented in colonial costume to celebrate Americas Bicentennial.
Campell Soup Kids Bicentennial Couple
Introduced For 1976 Americas Bicentennial
Missing Cardboard Plain Box
These dolls have been stored in plastic bags, however there is no box. These dolls are in absolute mint condition. Their is nothing missing, they are not dirty, there is nothing wrong with clothes or hats. I have searched the internet just trying to find these cuties. I could find one, but not the couple, I found the girl with the hat messed up. I could find the boy missing his hat. Then I found the set in a box but the outfits had been damaged - Now that set was 125.00. This set is missing a brown cardboard box and is 95.00. I'll take missing the box anyday over something on the clothes that you have no idea what it is. This cute couple is looking for a home.