The Sweet Sue dolls, one of the most beloved dolls ever produced and at one time sought after by most collectors. This beautiful Sweet Sue Sophisticate dolls were produced for a limited time between _____ and ______. The dolls are vinyl with twist and turn bodies and have rooted hair. These dolls have a more mature body style than the earlier hard plastic Sweet Sues. They also have arched feet to fit the popular high heeled shoes that were all the rage. These dolls were available in sizes from 14" to 24" and were produced from ______ to ______.
American Character began producing the 10.5" Tonis between ____ and _____. They can often be found with outfits mimicking the larger dolls. If you love variations,
Unless otherwise stated, all dolls are in known original American Character outfits.
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14" SWEET SUE DOLLS
This lovely Sweet Sue is a walker. She has high color blush on her cheeks. The doll is dressed in her original outfit complete with red velveteen center snap shoes. From the collection of V. Donally.
18" SWEET SUE DOLLS
This beautiful 18" Sweet Sue Walker is all original, complete with gloves and floral headband. From the collection of D. Donally.
This beautiful Sweet Sue Walker is sure to be the belle of the ball in her brightly colored ball gown. She is wearing light pink satin center snap shoes and white nylon tights. This doll is all original. From the collection of D. Donally.
Here is another beautiful Sweet Sue doll. This lovely red and white ball gown is original to the doll. I am not sure what else, if anything, would complete this outfit, perhaps fur stole or cape. From the collection of V. Donally.
Here is a lovely brunette walker. She is in a beautiful green and white polka dot dress with black velveteen bows white rhinestone accents. Her shoes tie and are believed to be original also with rhinestone accents. From the collection of V. Donally.