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1917 Quaddy Playthings Peter Rabbit doll face

 

1917 Quaddy Playthings Peter Rabbit doll face

Quaddy Playthings Manufacturing Company was begun in New York city in 1916.  Not long after they purchased a doll factory in Kansas City, Missouri and moved all their equipment and skilled employees, as well.

 

Quaddy made composition dolls and figures based on author and comic strip writer Thornton W. Burgess animal characters most notably Peter Rabbit, designed and illustrated by Harrison Cady of Brooklyn, New York.

 

Quaddy Playthings Manufacturing Company doll mark Peter Rabbit Quaddy - Pat. Jan. 30, 1917

Red sash is the only marking

Peter Rabbit Quaddy - Pat. Jan. 30, 1917

 

1917 Quaddy Playthings Peter Rabbit doll, 17" tall

1917 Quaddy Playthings Peter Rabbit doll, 17" tall

1917 Quaddy Playthings Peter Rabbit doll ad

1917 Quaddy Playthings Peter Rabbit doll ad

 

Quaddy Playthings Peter Rabbit is 17" tall, composition flange head, cloth body and limbs with outside disk joints at the shoulders and hips, ears and back of head molded and painted to resemble fur, painted black large side glancing eyes, long fringe of painted upper lashes, open closed red mouth, painted whiskers. 

 

Our Peter wears a green jacket with black lapels, green bowtie, cream or white shirt with attached stitched cummerbund, red and white striped pants, socks and shoes.  The Peter Rabbit doll is unmarked, has a red ribbon sash with his name on it.  He probably also came dressed in other clothing colors.

 

 

1917 Quaddy Playthings Leaping Rabbit doll scooter pull toy

1917 Quaddy Playthings Leaping Rabbit doll scooter pull toy with a red jacket

 

1917 Quaddy Playthings Leaping Rabbit doll scooter pull toy ad

1917 Quaddy Playthings No. 700 Leaping Rabbit doll scooter pull toy ad

 

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