Need help to identify this doll please

by Corinna
(Felton, Calif. USA)

This doll was on an Ideal stand. But I don't think it is an ideal.

It has a triangle on the lower back. The triangle stands out (not in). It has VH-17 on one foot and 39 on the other. No other markings.

She is a soft squishy thick rubber or vinyl doll that is 17" tall.

Any help on identifying her would be great.

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Aug 29, 2013
I have one similar
by: Shannon

I have one similar that I'm trying to find information about. It has VH -17 on one foot and 47 on the other. Same marking on the back as yours but a different style.

Nov 09, 2012
by: Lora

Okay I have a Doll from the Reliable Toy.Co but I can't find her on any of the old adds or on any of the hundreds of sites that I have visited so far.I need to know what year and her official name like "Darling Debbie" because she is missing an arm and I want to see if I can find one to replace the missing one.She is appox.30''tall, with powder blue eyes,is almost flat chested,has a 16'' round waist,10''long arm,15'' long legs,18''round head by 7''wide by 7'' tall. She has knee dimples,flat feet and a small indent between her nose and mouth.Oh and her ears have no percings at all so no ear rings.She kind of looks like a Darling Debbie doll but the mouth is wrong and Debbie's ears are peirced as well as she has more of a boob bust then my doll.

Any and all help will be apprectiated greatly.

Feb 22, 2012
Doll mark numbers & numbers with letters
by: MaryLu

nd this interesting link. Dolls marked with a 'V' say they are either Ideal or Vaelntine.

Feb 21, 2012
company that made your doll
by: Anonymous

it was made by the Characteristics Doll Company, in the 1950-1960's. They used the triangle symbal on the back.

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