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GEORGE WASHINGTON + PITTSBURGH ORIGINAL DOLL

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Composition: material, vinyl

Rating: 9


Comment: Lot of two dolls. The George Washington doll is a cloth doll 21” with blue coat and brass like buttons. Yellow pantsuit under the coat and black hat and black boots. There is a paper label American Pride Collection. Good Condition. The other doll is pretty blonde hair doll with blue dress with lace trim, blue hat and under garments are white with black shoes. She comes in the original box and has a stand. A label attached to her dress is “A playmate today”/A treasure tomorrow”. She was design by Chris Miller and is a Limited Edition 37/2000. Good Condition.
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