This Flagg & Co., doll represents Burma. She is in good condition and still in original box with inserts. Standing 8 inches, she even comes with her original stand. There is a card in the box showing some examples of dolls in Flagg's Nationality Doll collection as well. This Burma doll is made of all flexible wired vinyl with a hand painted face, and fingernails. She is quite posable. She is dressed in a colorful native costume trimmed in golden braid. She also wears a fancy head-dress on her pretty long black hair that is pulled to the back under her kerchef. She has little hand painted green slippers on her feet. The box is in good condition also. These dolls all came from the same collector and were stored in their boxes for many years. There might be slight age to the fabrics and boxes on some of them. The fabric on this one is lovely. Click on the pictures to super-size them and let me know if I can answer any questions. The box has a printed address of 91 Boylston St. Jamaica Plain 30, Mass. These dolls were made in the U.S.A. It's very hard to find these dolls still in their boxes and in such nice condition. I can ship several together in one box to save you alot on shipping.
The Flagg and Company Doll Company was originally located in Brookline, Mass. and produced a line of dolls made of flexible vinyl resin. These dollhouse sized dolls were designed by Sheila Flagg and were sold from 1947 to the mid 1980′s. The dolls faces were hand painted and they were dressed in real cloth clothing. They had a wire inside that made them poseable. The original dolls (2″-4″) consisted of family members (father, mother, brother, sister and baby) so were very suited for dollhouse play. Later the company added different lines of character dolls that were a larger size (8″). The dolls could be in pairs or dressed in clothing from different countries. The last address for the company was Jamaica Plain, Mass. Today, MIB dolls have become very collectible. The very rare black dolls command higher prices. ** This entry was posted in Dolls from the 1960's. and taken from the internet for reference only.**
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