Ideal Dolls Joey Stivic Archie Bunker's Grandson, the first anatomically correct male doll. Joey Stivic was the grandson of television character Archie Bunker on the sitcom All On in The Family. This show ran in the 1970's and Ideal released this doll in 1976. Joey was first anatomically correct male doll to be sold, he is 14 inches long, has blond rooted hair and of course wets when fed. He comes in the original box with his blanket, two original diapers and the instructions. He is in excellent condition, box has some shelf wear on the edges. A perfect addition to your collection.
Toni dolls havewashable nylon hair ad 1951 - 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches of a black and white ad. Which doll is the Toni? Nylon hair actually improves with washing. Toni dolls in 4 sizes. Toni play wave kit with every doll.
1973 IDEAL TOY AD - Shirley Temple DOLL Ideal Toy Corporation colored ad - February `5 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches - Whatever happened to those good old days on the Good Ship Lollipop? Shirley Temple doll pictured.
This is the greatest ORIGINAL 3 page ad for IDEAL TOYS that features SHIRLEY TEMPLE with the different sized dolls, Revlon Queen of Diamonds, Betsy Wetsey and Cream Puff. On the inside is Roy Rogers Communicating Phone Set, his Buckboard set, Roy Rogers - Dale Evans Western Dinner Set, The Ideal Satellite Launcher, the Moon Rocket Launcher, Atomic Cannon, Sky Sweeper, Water Shooting Mechanical Fire Boat, Joe Palooka Bop Bag, Flying Boxcare and the RUSSEL WRIGHT AMERICAN MODERN TOY TEA SET. This is in full color, ORIGINAL and each page is appromately 8 x 10 inches. Great for that TOY COLLECTOR.