Not long after World War II (1945) ended, new development in
plastic material was introduced by doll makers as a replacement to
dolls made of composition. The new material is durable, could be molded, washed, etc.
Ideal was one of the first companies to produce dolls of plastic material
beginning in 1946, soon followed by the rest of the industry.
Hard Plastic Dolls Found on These Pages
Hard Plastic Dolls 1950s
page - 14R Fashion dolls, Active Doll Corporation, Admiration, Ar-Doll Creations,
Artisan Novelty Co, Baby Barry
dolls by Universal Toy Co, Bal Dolls
Co, Belle Doll
& Toy, Block, Brookglad, Cast Dist. Corp, Characteristics Doll Company, Citro, Dandee,
Freydberg, Dress Me
Bodies Inc., High Heel Fashion dolls, Imperial Crown Toy, LuAnn Simms, Mona
Lisa Exclusives, Nancy & Sluggo dolls, Marlon, Natural Doll Co, Niresk, Novelty
Mart, PMA, Personality Doll Corp, Roddy, Rose Mary Doll Co,
Rosko, Sarold Manufacturing Company Ltd., Standard Doll Co, Stashin, Togs & Dolls, Wilson, Woolworth
Hard Plastic Dolls
1960s-1970s page - Ben Casey & Nurse dolls, Beta Doll & Toy, Bonnie the Plaid Lassie
doll, Dakkachan, Debbie Drake doll, Dondi doll, Ellanee Doll, Fluffy Type
doll, Gabriel Industries, Happy Hippies & Nurse, Herman Pecker & Co Inc, Imperial Crown Toy, Japan Girl doll, Nadine doll, Natural Doll, Rita the Writin doll, Ross Products, Plated Molds Sales, Susie Sad Eyes doll, Swedlin, Paris & Co,
Tristar, Valentine's Ladies dolls.