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    52@48-Dolls From My Past

    I loved dolls. I asked for a doll every Christmas, and usually got one. I remember poring over the Sears and JC Penny catalogues every year with Beeve and my next door neighbor, Tina. I am sure I h...

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    Liddle Kiddles are little, tiny dolls that were sold in the late 1960s. They were manufactured from 1966-1971 by Mattel. The name is a play on words for the term 'little kid'. These dolls were all the rage in the late 60s and many other toy companies made copycats, to try to cash in on the new 'tiny doll phenomenon'.

    liddle kiddle play house -- I can still recall the distinctive smell of the plastic!

    My Liddle Kiddle house when I was 8 years old.

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    Liddle Kiddles. These are the first ones from the early 60s. I was sooooo obsessed with Kiddles. But they were all my sister's and her friends.

    Probably my all-time favorite toy: my Little Kiddles Klubhouse. The one thing I really wish I'd kept.

    I love this cute vintage pick-up sticks packaging.

    We played Little Kiddles every day!-and you could hide them in your desk at school!

    "Little Kiddles" - Does anyone remember these? I had several! They all had this really strong "air freshener" type of perfume on their hair that went with their color and flower type... Like the purple one was "Violet"... I SWEAR I can still smell that "weird" violet perfume when I close my eyes and think of these!

    Locket Kiddle oh how i loved these dolls when i was little! Wish is still had mine.