Bisque Campbell Kid Doll
Bisque Campbell Kid Doll
Stands up well in a standShoes and Socks are painted on.Maker's Mark BSCO 1980Flaw in Hair is 3cm from point to point.Bloomers are sewn on and do have some stains.
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Here is a cute little collectable doll rescued by Grandma Elsie a few years ago. This is a Grace Drayton created Campbell Soup Kid in bisque marked BSCO 1980. So, this is a reproduction of the original design, but, still over 30 years old.  

She is a 5.5", Strung Bisque Doll. Although her shoes and socks are painted on, her dress and bloomers are swen onto her. Her joints are tight but moveable. Her face is clear and bright with blue eyes, long upper lashes, an up-turned smile and trademark chubby cheeks. Her dress (and bloomers) appear to be original. The back of her head seems to have a knick in it but may be an original flaw during creation. She makes me smile whenever I see her. 

Other than the previously noted notch in the back of her head there appear to be no flaws in her. Her bloomers show some staining. 
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