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1943+ Eugenia Teen Girl doll, 18"

1943+ Eugenia Teen Girl doll, 18"

Photo courtesy of Andrea, Andy. 

Not much is known of the Eugenia Doll Company, they operated in New York City, the early Eugenia dolls appear to be made from Arranbee's composition Debu'teen dolls that they dressed as Brides or in elaborate gowns with Eugenia tags.  Eugenia made hard plastic dolls into the early 1950's.

 

 The few Eugenia dolls that come to the secondary market today, are often dressed as brides so that may have been their specialty, most Eugenia dolls are unmarked, original clothing will have an Eugenia tag. 

 

A young Irene Szor began her design career at Eugenia around 1947, after several years the company went bankrupt around 1953, at which time she went to work for the Sayco Doll Company.

 

See the many vintage Eugenia dolls identified below.

 

Eugenia Vintage Dolls Identified

1943+ Eugenia Juliette Bride Doll, 18" 1943+ Eugenia Juliette Bride Doll, 18" tall, all composition jointed body, blue sleep eyes, real upper lashes, painted lower lashes, mohair wig in several colors, dressed as a bride doll, several different bride outfits may have been available and the doll was offered for several years possibly into the early 1940s. 

 

Doll may have been purchased, redressed and sold by Eugenia from Arranbee's, R & B's 18" Debu'teen mold (doll is unmarked), as it seems to have the same or similar face mold and upper eye lid.  See below next two dolls.

1943+ Eugenia Juliette Bride Doll, 18"

1943+ Juliette Bride doll, 18"

1943+ Eugenia Teen Girl doll with parasol, 18" tall, all composition, jointed body, mohair wig, sleep eyes, closed painted mouth, tagged Eugenia formal blue and white gown with matching parasol clothing, doll is unmarked.

1943+ Teen Girl doll with parasol, 18"

1943+ Teen Girl doll, 18"

1943+ Eugenia Teen Girl doll, 18" 1943+ Eugenia Teen Girl doll, 18" tall, all composition, jointed body, mohair wig, sleep eyes, closed painted mouth, tagged Eugenia clothing.  Doll is unmarked.

 

Photo's courtesy of Andrea, Andy. 

1943+ Eugenia Teen Girl doll, 18"

1943+ Teen Girl doll, 18"

1947 Eugenia Johnnie doll, 10" tall, all composition jointed body, molded and painted hair, sleep eyes, doll is unmarked but pants have a Eugenia tag or label.

 

This doll was also sold as a set of twins; Janie and Johnnie dolls 10, 12 & 14" tall that came with a trunk and clothing.

Eugenia 1947 Johnny doll 10" tall

1947 Johnnie doll, 10"

1948 Eugenia Dolls of the Week & Bridal Series Dolls, 6-7" 1948 Eugenia Dolls of the Week & Bridal Series Dolls, 6-7" tall, all composition jointed at shoulders & hips, painted eyes & upper lashes, mohair wig, closed mouth, dolls are unmarked.  The box may give the only clue to the doll, manufacturer & which series she belonged too.  Similar to the small Hollywood dolls.

1948 Eugenia Bridesmaid doll, 6-7"

1948 Eugenia Bridesmaid doll 6-7"

1948 Eugenia New Baby Beloved doll, 7" tall, all composition, painted side glancing eyes, painted upper lashes, molded hair with painted wisps on top and a little on the sides, jointed at neck & shoulders, molded Union suit & painted blue molded shoes.  Would have been dressed in a white batiste long gown with a ruffle at the bottom & matching bonnet.  Doll marked: Eugenia, Doll.  Doll is very similar to Horsman's Hebee & Shebee dolls.

1948 Eugenia New Baby Beloved doll, 7"

1948 New Baby Beloved doll 7"

1948 Eugenia Personality Pla-Mate Dolls - Five dolls in the series, all were Montgomery Ward Department store exclusives.  The dolls were: all composition are; Kathryn, Kathy, Sandra, Sandy and Roberta, Bobbie 15-16".  All hard plastic Carolyn, Carol 18" and Barbara, Babs 20".  Some of the composition dolls may also have been released in hard plastic versions, too. All dolls may be unmarked, they originally came with a hangtag that identified them.

1948 Eugenia Montgomery Wards Personality Pla-Mates doll ad

1948 Eugenia

Personality Pla-Mate Dolls

1948 Eugenia Personality Pla-Mate Dolls Kathy or Kathryn doll 15-16" tall, all composition jointed body, sleep eyes, auburn mohair wig, pug like nose, closed red painted mouth.   Kathryn has also been found made of hard plastic.

1948 Eugenia Personality Pla-Mate Dolls Kathy or Kathryn doll 15-16"

1948 Kathy doll, 16" 

1948 Eugenia Personality Pla-Mate Carol or Carolyn doll, 18" tall, all hard plastic, sleep eyes, auburn mohair wig, in her original outfit.

1948 Eugenia Personality Pla-Mate Carol or Carolyn doll 18"

1948 Carol doll 18" 

1949 Eugenia Pam the Perm-O-Wave Doll 14"1949 Eugenia Pam the Perm-O-Wave Doll, 14" tall, hard plastic, human hair wig, with Perm-O-Wave curlers, ". . these curlers can be used over and over again. These same curlers  can give mother and daughter a home permanent", plastic makeup case, and barrette.  This was the earliest of the home permanent dolls and is classified as an "Advertising Doll".

See Photo on left

1949 Pam doll, 14"

1950s Eugenia Juliette doll, 17 or 21" tall, hard plastic, sleep eyes, rooted hair, dressed as a Bride, by Eugenia Doll Co, doll is unmarked.

1950s Eugenia Juliette doll 17 or 21"

1950s Juliette doll 17"

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