Continue Reading Many Madame Alexander dolls have the Madame Alexander signature sewed into the hairline, nape of the neck or clothing label. Alexander" or "Alexander." More modern dolls only have the name "Alex." These markings are not on every Madame Alexander doll, so ones without it are not automatically eliminated.Madame Alexander's most famous collections feature pop culture figures.I have seen a black-and-white copy of the original dolls from the catalog and it appears that Marme is wearing a dark dress with a print top and a placket edged in lace.Like the others in the 1957 collection, she has jointed elbows and knees and is wearing black sandals over her socks instead of side-snap shoes.Therefore, collectors differentiate antique and vintage dolls by these details.The Madame Alexander dolls made before the 1930s used felt and other fabrics.Alexander body to restore a doll that is very special to me.
The information is not provided to these organizations for marketing purposes.The depiction of a famous character or person usually alerts collectors of a Madame Alexander doll.These dolls often include the name of the figure sewed next to the Alexander signature.This baby doll had molded hair, open/closing eyes, came with extra outfit(s).Was a beloved toy passed on to my kids to play with and finally ended up who knows where - probably Goodwill. I am currently in need of a 14inch, hard plastic,vintage 1940s-50's, Mme.Identify Madame Alexander dolls by Alexander signatures, construction materials and designs.