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11" vinyl plastic "baggie" Francie doll, so called because of the clear plastic cellophane bag she was packaged in with cardboard header, usually found with non-twisting waist and with solid straight legs (although Twist N' Turn waist dolls show up with straight legs as well), United States, 1975, by Mattel. The baggie series of dolls was an inexpensive way for Mattel to kill off old stock Barbie doll parts at low costs to discount distributors. The blonde variation of this doll is called…

11" vinyl plastic "baggie" Francie doll, so called because of the clear plastic cellophane bag she was packaged in with cardboard header, usually found with non-twisting waist and with solid straight legs (although Twist N' Turn waist dolls show up with straight legs as well), United States, 1975, by Mattel. The baggie series of dolls was an inexpensive way for Mattel to kill off old stock Barbie doll parts at low costs to discount distributors. The blonde variation of this doll is called…

The beautiful Dramatic New Living Barbie Doll from 1970.  She was fully poseable.

Dramatic New Living Barbie - 1970 Dramatic New Living Barbie had bendable knees, ankles and elbows. She swivels at the waist, legs, neck, arms and hands.

Solid 70's barbie doll

Solid 70's barbie doll

Adele Makeda | Repainted by Jon Copeland | cutieerica | Flickr

Adele Makeda | Repainted by Jon Copeland | cutieerica | Flickr

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