|Madame Alexander's "India" and "Canada"|
|Canada. She looks tough, doesn't she?|
drive to put in the effort that would be involved in researching the prices and conditions of the dolls, and so put off picking any of them up. Until this past June, when I came across not one, but two low-priced and reasonably cute dolls from the smaller-sized International Dolls line from the 1970s: Canada and India.
Both dolls are in quite good condition, with complete (and clean) outfits and bodies that can still stand on their own. The India doll included her original wrist-tag and booklet (although she came in the wrong box), while the Canada doll still had her original packaging.
|India. She has a skeptical expression.|
I don't know that I'll add more of these dolls to my collection (although I'll confess to being tempted by the more recent "New Zealand" and "South Africa" releases), but I've been very pleased with this pair, even if they do look a little out of place with the rest of my collection.