The Maine-ly Dolls Club was founded in 1985 as a social and educational group to share, promote, and provide doll-related activities and opportunities for our members, other doll lovers and doll collectors in the area.

 If you have an interest in dolls of any type we invite you to join us, contact mainelyd@mainelydollsclub.org  

Please do not ask us to set a value/appraise your doll(s). There are many excellent doll price guides and internet searches available to help you research the dolls in your collection or ones you are trying to sell.

If you contact us about dolls you have for sale please include the following:

Your contact information, name, town, phone # and e-mail address. Type of doll (bisque, porcelain, compostion, vinyl, etc.)  Who/What company made the doll. Name of doll.  Age of doll. Size of doll. Include information on markings, tags, original clothes, box, etc.  Approximate value of doll and what you are asking for the doll.   Clear photos of your doll will also be helpful.

Ginny is our club doll.  
Ginny an 8″ doll, created in 1948 by Vogue Doll Company Founder Jennie Graves and named for her daughter Virginia “Ginny” Graves, is a popular doll among collectors.   To learn more about Ginny’s History click here http://www.voguedolls.com/html/history.html
Ginny photos from the collections of Joyce & Sue
Pre Ginny, Toddles composition doll,
1945-1949 wearing an all original outfit.
Painted eyes, hard plastic 1948-1950
Strung Sleep Eyes Caracul Wig 1951
wearing an incomplete Famous Fabels outfit.
Strung, painted lash, sleep eye
1950-53 wearing the ABC block
print from the Merry Moppets
series 1956.
Painted Lash, Straight Leg
Walker, 1954
1953 Talon Zipper Outfit
on a 1957-62 Bent Knee Walker
Molded Lash, Bent Knee Walker
1970′s Ginnys in hand made dresses
1984 Soft Vinyl in Original Dress
1987 UFDC Miss Unity Ginny
2007 Hard Plastic Vintage Replica
Wearing hand made clothes

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