1959 Arrow Plastics Baby doll, 10"
tall, one piece molded rubber body with molded attached and painted panties,
molded painted hair, inset stationary eyes, doll marked: © The Edward Mobley Co. 1959 Mfg. By Arrow Rubber & Plastics Corp.
millions of hard plastic and vinyl dolls from the late 1940s until sometime in
the 1960s, they often used the marking of an arrow within a
Arrow Plastics is mainly known as a doll maker of knock off
dolls that were reasonably priced and of fairly good quality. Other
Arrow Plastic doll marks 42 backward, Arrow Plastic 18.
Vintage Arrow Plastics Industries dolls identified
ca. 1950s Arrow Plastics Baby doll,
16" tall, plastic jointed body with a rubber head, molded hair, sleep eyes, open mouth,
the doll mark is unknown, possibly Arrow Plastic.
Arrow Plastics Lady doll,
25" tall, shown at left, hard plastic jointed body, vinyl head
with rooted saran
hair, blue sleep eyes, twist waist, high heel feet, wore fancy
dress usually of satin fabric, petticoat and a rose flower on
side of skirt, doll marked Arrow Plastic.
Arrow Plastics Lady doll, 31", similar to the one shown at left, wearing
different outfit, doll marked Arrow Plastic.
ca. 1960s Arrow Plastics Fashion doll, various sizes,
high heel feet, sleep eyes, hard plastic with vinyl head and rooted hair, dolls may
be marked 52, 54, 541 VH-2 A or just an A on the lower back or similar.
See the Hard Plastic doll page
for other doll makers who used the single A doll mark.