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A group of smaller children and a gorgeous golly who has lost his feet.
Posted on April 5, 2013 Full Size|



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3:03 PM on November 17, 2013 
Mm good question Rosemary. Looking at the photo I expect they are just propped up against the box behind them. They are tucked away in the box and I'll dig them out and tell you properly asap.
1:16 PM on November 17, 2013 
This picture shows the wool wound feet well. I have never actually come across one. Do they stand up unaided? Without the weight of metal I can't imagine that they would be able to.
6:41 AM on May 8, 2013 
I'm not sure on this one but my few early ones don't have lables. These are the slightly bigger ones.
When I was a child I used to take the labels off because it spoilt the look of the dolls, and I'm sure that other little girls did the same. Now if I buy any I leave the labels firmly in place so they have their pedigree on show.
5:54 PM on April 8, 2013 
Hi again Rosemary, does the fact that they don't have labels indicate that they are early also? I've been researching since I bought them but sometimes come across conflicting information.
6:59 AM on April 6, 2013 
Melon feet so early.

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