Here are some more vintage paper dolls to enjoy. I’ve chosen older ones today. These are all originally from the 1940s.
Summer Date Paper Dolls
These were published by Saalfield in 1948. There are two couples. They certainly are a well dressed group and the graphics are very nice too.
Paper Doll Models
Four stylish girls and their outfits published by Saalfield in 1942. They are Pam and Pat, Ann and Sue.
There were numerous paper doll books made featuring the singing movie star Deanna Durbin. This is a different one from the one I showed you recently. Published by Merrill in 1941.
3 Wood Dolls
There seem to be several sets of these. I have seen a similar one marked Tekwood by Whitman 1948. I think this must mean that Tekwood refers to the material the dolls are made from.
Juniors Paper Dolls
This is a set of four girls published by Saalfield in 1945. I do like the forties hairstyles and fashions.
All Size Dolls
This is a massive set of 13 paper dolls by paper doll artist Queen Holden. Published 1945. Here are the dolls and a couple of pages. You can see them all on the Free Paper Dolls website. Does it look to you as if the teenage boy is holding a cigarette?
I hope that you have enjoyed these vintage dolls and outfits. There are still lots more to come including an update of the Magic Mary Jane dolls as Naomi has unearthed some more sets.