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    MATTEL: 1972 “Hi Dottie” Talking Doll

    Tippee-Toes Doll. Loved her.

    REMCO: 1976 Baby This 'N That Doll #Vintage #Toys

    1968 Mattel's Dancerina Ballerina Dancing Doll. This is my most beloved childhood doll of all!

    Always Selling Quality Vintage Barbie!

    MATTEL: 1982 Baby Skates Doll #Vintage #Toys

    Mattel Lola Lucky Locket Kiddle Doll 1967 HTF by adolladaystl, $22.00

    Mattel 1979 Kissing Barbie Doll with Original Outfit and Accessories.

    Vintage Cinnamon Doll Ideal Hairdoodler 70s with Original Box and Instructions Collectable #doll #vintage #toy

    Mattel 'Barbie® Fashionistas®' Dolls (Set of 4) available at #Nordstrom

    OMG! I had one of these exactly like this for my birthdAY. Oh, maybe mine was pink. Anyway, I loved it. If this isn't the cutest vintage birthday doll cake ever, I don't know what is! :) #cute #cake #birthday #food #baking #decorated #kids #1950s #vintage #retro #fifties #doll

    MATTEL: 1972 Tender Love Baby Brother Doll #Vintage #Toys

    I totally remember this

    1970's Barbie's Country Camper

    lucky lockets ! Little dolls that came in necklaces, ring, tiny pop bottles, 60's-70's. I loved these and they smelt nice too. I still have some of the dolls minus the locket.

    Butterfly Yo Yo was a craze when I was in about 7th grade, c. 1970. 1960s Duncan Yo-Yo #Vintage #Toys

    Mr. Mouth was a classic children's game from the 1970's. Are you in the market to buy one, but not sure where to get it? FyndIt connects people with Finders who can locate hard-to-find vintage toys and games online and in stores. Post a photo, short description, name your price and we will help you FyndIt! #Vintage #1970s #Toys

    Vintage Toys 1970S | This vintage Barbie Beauty Center is such a fun toy for a little (or ...

    MATTEL Baby Beans Doll DOLLS Tagged Original Doll Clothing c.1970! I had two of these! I loved them so much!!!

    Baby Chrissy doll. The thing I loved most about this doll was that she was sized to wear real baby clothes. Her hair could "grow" by pulling it out of a hole in her head, and then get shorter by pulling the ring on her back. I wasn't much into baby dolls, but I liked this one a lot.