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   Some of the dolls and items on this page are from collections that have been consigned for sale.
   Some of the dolls and items are from my own collection. During the twenty years that I researched the serie Sasha dolls, I acquired duplicates of many dolls and dress sets, which helped me establish time lines of the dolls in the three productions. I always purchased dolls as mint and complete as possible, so that comparison dating of dolls and clothing would be accurate. Now that the three Sasha books have been published, it is time for many of the duplicates to go to new homes. They will appear on this page in batches as I have time to photograph and describe them.

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Shipping outside USA is by Priority or PriorityExpress Mail, which has tracking and insurance, generally $50.00-$60.00 depending on the country. Items smaller than dolls can be shipped First Class, which cannot be insured or tracked. A $3.00 handling fee is added to every shipment.

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Items totaling $500.00 or more, can be put on a two or three month layaway. Half the total amount is due at the time of purchase, and the remaining half payable during the next two or three months. Layaway payments are not refundable.

I do take returns within 3 days of receiving, providing the reason for the return is inaccurate description on my part. It is best to ask questions before purchasing if you are unsure or hesitant so that you are certain of getting the doll or item you expect and the expense of returns can be avoided.

Updated: February 16, 2017

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1960s Götz Girls and Boys.
Redhead girl with yellow eyes, Viyella check dress, 1965. $2100.00   Sale pending
She is a very beautiful, very early girl with dark skin coloring, large head, beautiful style 2 eyes with lashes, and all the body parts of the first girls from this production. Her torso has no mold line and scratches over the logo, both her legs are the first ones with seams and obliterated center toes, and her arms have the very wide shoulders. The doll has been displayed but not played with, so her hair, face paint and body parts are all as new. In order to preserve her body parts, she has been restrung with original elastics saved inside her torso. Her dress and matching panties are original to the doll, clean and very nice condition, all snaps intact, and the collar on the dress is the early patterned white cotton, not the plain cotton. Her vest has been replaced with a later one, and her shoes and socks are also replacements, the shoes are handmade leather reproductions of her original shoes.
Blonde girl with yellow eyes, green dress, early 1966. $1950.00   
A lovely early blonde with yellow eyes, she is in near-mint condition with her complete and original outfit. She has a small head, style 6 yellow eyes, dark skin coloring, bubble-gum lips that contrast nicely with her dark skin. She has been displayed behind glass but never played with, original strings in excellent condition, strong torso, non-falling hair that is rooted quite thickly on top. She wears her poplin dress with 1-piece skirt, all snaps intact, matching panties with elastic still tight, ribbed vest, original socks and leather shoes. It is unusual to find an early doll in such nice and all-original condition. She does not have a wrist tag or box.
Redhead saucer eyes, green dress, 1969-70. $1025.00   
From late in the production, this girl with intense red hair, large head and very pale skin coloring has the saucer eye style and thin sprayed lips. She has not been played with and is in excellent and all original condition, but has probably been displayed behind glass. She wears the green dress outfit, and it is the latest version made from broadcloth rather than the earlier poplin, all snaps intact. She does not have matching panties, but her vest and underpants are also the late versions of white jersey rather than ribbed fabric. She has original Gotz socks and shoes. Her hair is nicely rooted on top and is very thick. Her body parts are all in excellent condition. She has original strings, with arms separately restrung.
No-navel blonde girl, brown eyes, Girl Scout outfit, 1969. $1200.00    
She is an early example of no-navel with style 1 eyes, and rooted center part with rooted bangs. She has a no-navel torso, arms and head, all in excellent condition, and regular Gotz legs which is not unusual on the early no-navels. The doll is lightly played with and has some lip rub and a very light scratch on her chin (see photo, removable with fine-grit sandpaper), but no damage at all to her hair or other body parts. Her hair is perfect, no frizzing or trimming, it was probably styled in two braids originally. She has original stringing except arms on separate strings to preserve them. Her complicated outfit is complete and in excellent condition except for missing flag, no wrist tag or box. Her outfit includes: ribbed underpants and vest, blue blouse, red neckscarf with slide, navy cord skirt with leather belt, black felt hat with leather band, khaki shoulder bag, black kneesocks/green stripes, black leather ankle boots. The hat has a few small holes resulting from thin places on the felt, not moth holes. It is unusual to find a whole outfit in such nice condition.
No-navel redhead girl, light brown eyes, aqua cord dress, 1970  $1500.00    Sale pending
This unusual no-navel girl has eyes and hair that almost match each other in color, making her a unique and dramatic Sasha. She is a later example of no-navel with style 2 eyes, and rooted center part with hand-cut bangs. She is displayed but not played with, and she has a no-navel torso, arms, legs and head that are all the no-navel style, and in very nice condition. She has original strings in excellent condition although her arms have been put on separate strings to preserve them. Her outfit is all-original to her and complete: aqua cord dress with matching panties, ribbed vest, original leather shoes and socks. The panties need new elastic in the legs, and the dress has some fading or light soiling on the folds and one repaired snap on the back, otherwise is in beautiful condition. She is a very unusual and impressive girl. No wrist tag or box.


1990s Götz Babies and Toddlers.


English Girls and Boys, mid-late 1970s.
Blonde Gingham 107, 1973. $325.00   Sale pending
A beautiful and mint girl with long bangs and large, light blue sprayed “puddle” eyes, she has never been displayed or played with and retains her original pumpkin strings which are in excellent condition, although her arms could use a bit of tightening. She does not have a rooted part. She wears a gingham dress with all snaps intact, matching panties, ribbed vest, ankle socks, leather shoes made by Trendon. The dress shows the beginnings of small yellow age spots, and the snaps on the shoes have corroded slightly but have not penetrated the socks, no stains on the ankles, otherwise her clothing is mint. She has a large silver wrist tag and box III-A which is complete and good condition, with a rip and some staining on one end.
Blonde Gingham 107, 1975-76. $210.00  Sale pending
This lovely girl with early tampa-printed eyes and almost-straight hair, has never been played with but may have been displayed, as her dress has faint signs of yellowing in a few places. She is complete and all original with small silver tag. Her box is III-C with b/w label and is in very good condition, complete with sleeve. One end of the lid needs mending, and the sleeve has a few minor tears around the windows.
Long Dress 105, 1977. $195.00  

She is displayed but not played with and her body, hair and face paint are in perfect condition with no flaws, and she has her original small silver tag. Her dress has been washed and is slightly faded. Her shoes are original, in nice condition, but her vest, underpants, and socks are missing. She does not have a box. Original strings in excellent condition.


Red Dress 104, 1977. $225.00  

A lovely doll in near mint condition, she does not appear to have been displayed or played with. Her outfit is fresh and clean, consisting of dress with matching panties, ribbed vest, socks and shoes. The only flaw is hardening and slight “melting” of the waistband elastic on her panties but it has not bled onto her vinyl or vest. She has her small silver tag and box III-D which is complete and in very nice condition. Original strings in excellent condition. She does not have falling hair. Original store price tag of $26 is pinned on the back of her panties.

Blonde Gingham 107, 1978. $210.00  Sale pending
This beautiful girl is mint and never displayed or played with, fresh and clean, and she has unusual very light blue eyes and very pale blonde hair. She wears a gingham dress with Velcro fasteners, matching panties, ribbed vest, ankle socks and vinyl ankle-strap shoes. The dress has one small brownish age spot on the front of the left sleeve, see photo. She has her small silver wrist tag. Her box is III-D with an earlier label, in excellent condition and complete with sleeve.
Jumpsuit 304, 1979. $145.00  
He is one of the first Jumpsuit boys, with the smaller body and darker skin color of the pre-1980s dolls, and he has very pale blue eyes. He is not displayed or played with and has a complete outfit of blue cord jumpsuit, red/white Sasha bandana, white ribbed underpants, the earliest red-white striped sewn socks, white vinyl laced shoes, small silver wrist tag. His box is III-D in nice condtion with sleeve, loose cello.
Cora Flower Dress 118, 1979. $210.00  
She is the first model of Cora with the lighter skin tone and is near-mint condition, never displayed or played with. She wears a flower print dress, ribbed underpants (they have hardened elastic in the waist), and brown vinyl sandals, small silver wrist tag. Her box is III-D, near mint condition. .
Caleb 318, 1979. $150.00  
He has the lighter skin color of the later Caleb, and wears a light yellow fisherman rib pullover, black-white twill trousers, ribbed underpants, ankle socks and canvas laced shoes, small silver tag. He is mint and clean, never displayed or played with. His box is III-D and nearly as mint as he is.
Gregor Dark Denims 301, 1979. $125.00  
Never displayed or played with, Gregor wears a navy acrylic sweater, mid-blue denim jeans, ribbed underpants, vinyl belt and brown vinyl sandals. He has his wrist tag. His box is III-D, complete but in fair condition, with tears and bends on the box and sleeve. He does not have falling hair.


English Girls and Boys, 1980s.
Red Pinafore 111, 1980. $225.00  
One of the first girls dressed as Red Pinafore, she wears a blouse of tiny navy gingham, red denim pinafore, ribbed underpants, tape hair ribbon, ankle socks and canvas laced shoes with orange soles. She has her small silver wrist tag and box III-D with sleeve and large color label. She has not been undressed or played with but may have been displayed as her hair ribbon looks slightly yellowed and her underpants have a small hole near the crotch. Otherwise, her clothes are clean.

Sailing Suit 110, 1980. $225.00  
Sailing Suit was made for several years and has at least three variations in the fabrics used for her blue denim smock. This doll has the first version of the smock, in a brushed denim fabric. She also wears dark jeans with brown vinyl belt, white ribbed T-shirt, ribbed underpants, white canvas laced shoes (no socks), and red felt beret, which has lost its little tail on top. She has her wrist tag, original strings in excellent condition and is near-mint condition, never displayed or played with. Her box is III-D in very nice condition and complete with sleeve.
Marina 102, 1981. $225.00   
This Marina is an early example as she wears the first version of the white blouse that has a full lining. She is mint condition, never displayed or played with and has a complete and original outfit that is fresh and clean. White cotton pleated skirt, white blouse, navy jacket with sailor collar, black necktie, white underpants and knee socks, black vinyl laced shoes, small silver wrist tag. Her box is IV-B in very nice condition.
Marina 102, 1981. $225.00  
An early example of Marina, she wears ribbed underpants and comes in box III-D with 1980 catalog. She has not been displayed or played with and except for the underpants and knee socks, her outfit is in mint and fresh condition. She wears long white blouse, white pleated skirt, navy sailor jacket with black tie, white ribbed underpants that have a few brown stains, white knee socks that need new elastic in the cuffs, and black laced shoes. She has her wrist tag, and her box is in beautiful condition with both punchouts intact on the sleeve, and 1980 catalog. No falling hair.
Jumpsuit 304, 1981. $160.00   
He is a special boy because of his eyes. His head was made and painted to be a LE Velvet doll, but was rejected for Velvet, the eyelashes painted out, and rooted with blonde boy’s hair. On the back of his head under the rooting the original engraving for Velvet can be seen, 1981, serial number 4460. He retains Velvet’s beautiful gray eyes with light blue outlines and navy eyeliner. He wears a navy cord jumpsuit, red Sasha bandana, white underpants, red/white striped socks and white laced vinyl shoes. He is mint condition with wrist tag, and his IV-A box is in very nice condition. It has the original price sticker from dollsanddreams toy store in NYC.
Silk Dress 101, 1981-82. $250.00     Sale pending
She has honey blonde hair and brown eyes, the only doll in the production with this combination. She is mint condition, never displayed or played with. She wears a cream pure silk dress with hand-sewn snaps, matching panties that have somewhat loose elastic, cream knee socks, white vest and white vinyl court shoes, small silver wrist tag. Her box is IV-B in nice condition, slightly bent on one end.
Sasha School 114S, 1984. $185.00    
Dressed in her school uniform, she is mint, fresh, and complete, never displayed. Has small silver tag. Like most school girls and boys, the snaps on the front of the white shirt have started to corrode (because the doll has no vest so the snaps rest directly on the torso vinyl), and a green spot has formed on the torso under the center snap, but not under the top snap or the sleeve snaps. The spot should be removable with acne cream treatment. Box IV-B, excellent condition.

Tunic 115S, 1985. $185.00 Sale pending   
A very nice example of one of the final dolls from the English production, she is mint, fresh and complete, never displayed or undressed. Although her blouse has snaps on the sleeve cuffs, they have not corroded or stained her wrists. Box IV-C, excellent condition but torn cello at one end.
Blonde Gingham 107, 1985-86. $185.00 
She is from the end of the production, and has medium blue eyes that match her dress, and very full wavy hair. She is not played with but may have been displayed as the front of her dress shows some light brown spotting. Her outfit is otherwise clean and complete, not washed. Her box is IV-D and is in nice condition, loose cello on one side, missing the label, and a small rip at one end, otherwise complete and strong. She has her small silver wrist tag.
Blonde Gingham 107, 1985. $185.00    Sale pending
One of the last dolls of the English production, she has intensely blue eyes and wears a gingham dress with the new, longer knee-length skirt, rather than the above-knee length of earlier dolls. She wears gingham dress, matching panties, white vest, ankle socks and vinyl ankle-strap shoes. This doll has never been displayed, played with or undressed and is mint condition, fresh and clean. Slight damage to the bottoms of the shoes from sticking to the end flap in the box. She has her wrist tag and a 1985 catalog in her box. Her box, IV-C is also in excellent condition.

Dark Jeans 301, 1985. $115.00
This very nice boy dates from the end of the production and is in box IV-E. He has medium brown eyes and longer hair than it appears in the photos - it wants to curl up and is in perfect condition, it does not fall. He wears light blue jeans and mock-turtleneck sweater. He is mint, not displayed or played with and has his small silver wrist tag. His box is in nice condition and complete, with a taped mend at one corner.

English Babies.
Baby Nightdress 503, 1978. $135.00  
He is an unsexed baby with light brown sprayed eyes and platinum hair, displayed but not played with. His body, hair and face paint are perfect with no flaws, but his nightdress is slightly yellowed and could use washing. He also has his nappy with Velcro, knitted blanket, and small silver wrist tag. He comes with his original basket but does not have his box. Original strings in excellent condition.
Baby Sundress 502, 1979. $135.00
A very early example of Sundress, she is the first baby model to receive the new tampa-printed eyes for babies. She is all original with platinum hair, dress, panties and sunbonnet, and small silver tag. She is not played with but may have been displayed as her dress and bonnet show no yellowing but do have very minimal spotting, which could be from her straw cradle. She is in box III-B which is complete and in very nice condition, with small tears on the end flaps mended with tape.
Baby Denim Playsuit 510, 1980. $135.00 
He is an early example of Denim Playsuit and wears the earliest version of the outfit of white terry shirt and panties, navy striped denim overalls, white vinyl shoes. He is not played with or displayed, clothing is fresh and clean. He has his small silver wrist tag, and hairnet. Box is III-B with a few wrinkles and bends, otherwise complete and in nice condition.
Baby Sundress 502, 1980. $135.00 
She has very platinum hair color, almost white. She is mint, fresh and clean, never played with or displayed. She wears white cotton sundress, matching panties and bonnet, no shoes or socks. She has her small silver tag. Her box is III-B, in very nice condition.
Little Flower 518, 1980. $170.00  
An early example of Little Flower, she has the lighter skin color and dark brown eyes, not the black eyes of later babies. She is not displayed or played with and has a complete original outfit of dress with matching panties (good elastic at waist), brown vinyl side-snap shoes, and small wrist tag. Her box is III-B in very nice condition. She does not have falling hair.
Baby Sandy 501, 1982-83. $150.00  
She is an earlier example of Sandy, with the reddish sandy hair color, and dress yoke cut on the straight grain. She is displayed but not played with and is in excellent condition. She wears brown gingham dress with matching panties which need new waist elastic, and brown vinyl shoes, she has a small silver wrist tag, no box.
Baby Nest 513S, 1983. $135.00 
This blonde baby wears a white stretch terry one-piece suit, and is tucked into a blue sleeping bag with muslin lining, over a thin foam interlining. Both baby and bag are in mint condition, having been stored separately, and never displayed or played with. He has his small silver tag and his box is III-D, in very nice condition.
Baby Bear 512, 1983. $135.00  Sale pending
She is an earlier version of Bear with her outfit made from the wider stripe pique fabric. She has matching dress, panties and hat, with red vinyl shoes and little terry teddy bear wearing a red ribbon. This doll is fresh and clean and she has her wrist tag, although her shoes have made some very slight stain marks on her feet from the thread stitching on the edges. Her box is III-E in nice condition, loose cello.


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Publications, Printed Items, and Patterns.
1992 Festival Journal $15.00    This is the journal from the Sasha festival of 1992 held in Laconia NH. The theme that year was Children at Play. The journal is 18 pages and contains four sewing patterns (overalls, Raggedy Ann dolls, fancy underwear, patchwork quilt), one knitting pattern (Faroe sweater), toys to make for Sasha (dollhouse, mini FOS newsletter), and a beautiful full color foldout page of Sasha paperdolls by the well-known Sasha artist, Harriet Shoup. 1993 Festival Journal and paperdoll set $10.00  
This is the journal from the Sasha festival of 1993 held in Somerset NJ. The theme that year was Sasha Morgenthaler's 100th Birthday. The journal is 20 pages and contains a tribute to Sasha, six sewing patterns (party outfit of dress, apron, hat, shoes, fancy collar, and felt boots for babies), and a beautiful full color spread on cardstock, of Lindt chocolate wrappers picturing Sasha studio dolls. Also included is the festival paperdoll set made by Ann Chandler, in a separate folder. Very nice condition, the paperdoll set has never been unsealed.
1995 Festival Journal and Passport $15.00   Sale pending
This is the journal from the Sasha festival of 1995 held in Columbia MD. The theme that year was Passport to Fun. The journal is 28 pages and contains an article about SM's studio dolls dressed as sailors, sewing patterns (sailor outfit for girls, brimmed hat, quilt), beach outfit knitting pattern, and a beautiful full color double page of Harriet Shoup Sasha and Gregor paperdolls with sailor outfits and beach clothes. The sailor boy peeking through the cover porthole, is a museum postcard. Very nice condition.
Paperdoll set by Harriet Shoup $10.00  
Designed by the well-known Sasha painter Harriet Shoup, it is a limited edition paperdoll set of Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher, made for the 1998 Sasha Festival in Cincinnati, Riverboat Days. It is six pages in full color printed on card stock. Unused, very nice condition.
Paperdoll set by Carol Ann Sliwka $5.00  
Designed by Carol Ann, it is Sasha and Gregor and two outfits for each to celebrate the Christmas holidays, pajamas and dress-up clothes. They are three pages printed in full color on card stock, and are dated 2007. I do not know if this set was part of a local or national Sasha gathering. Unused, very nice condition.
Notecards, blank with envelopes. $8.00  
These are three blank notecards with envelopes, picturing studio dolls from private collections. They are from unknown sources, but were given as souvenirs from various Sasha events. One card pictures a Kathe Kruse "Ilsebill" doll and a Sasha studio doll. Another has two studio Sasha dolls, and the third is one studio Sasha doll. The insides are blank and they have matching envelopes. Unused condition
1016. Head to Toe book by Jeanette Orsi. $35.00 
Published in 1981 by Hobby House Press, it is a pattern collection of dresses, outerwear, shoes and nightwear for Sasha girls, no boys or babies. It has been a very popular pattern book for years and years. Very nice unused condition.
Michael O'Brien book $25.00 Sale pending
The book was published in 1998 by Michael O’Brien of the UK as a limited edition, and has been sold out for several years. The book is soft-cover, 6 x 8 inches, 40 pages, with text in German and English. It is a photographic gallery of Sasha serie dolls from the English and early Götz productions, from the beginning of each of these two productions, to the year 1970. New, unused condition.
Friends of Sasha newsletter, complete set. $150.00  
This lot is a complete set of the Friends of Sasha newsletter, published by Dorisanne Osborn from 1989 through 2005. There were four issues per year, 68 issues total. There are 12 pages per issue, containing current Sasha news, research articles, events at Sasha festivals, and knitting and sewing patterns. This is a very valuable source for serious Sasha collectors and Sasha historians. In this set, the issues for the first three years are photocopies made by Dorisanne, all the remainder are original copies.
Friends of Sasha newsletter, 5 issues $8.00  Sale pending
This lot has five issues of Dorisanne Osborn's newsletter published 4 times a year from 1989 through 2005. These are all four issues from the year 1994, plus the spring issue from the year 2000. They are each 12 pages with photos, Sasha news, research articles, and sewing and knitting patterns. Very nice condition.
Museum booklet with postcards. $20.00 
This lot contains one copy of the booklet published by the Sasha Puppenmuseum in Zurich in 1988. It has 20 pages and contains Sasha’s autobiography and a number of color photos of museum dolls. Also included is a set of six color postcards of museum dolls published the same year, and a copy of the catalog for the UFDC special Sasha exhibit in St Louis, 1989. 
Museum booklet $10.00  Sale pending
This is the booklet published by the Sasha Puppenmuseum in Zurich in 1988. It has 20 pages and contains Sasha’s autobiography and a number of color photos of museum dolls. It is a must-have item for every serious collector.
Trendon 1971 catalog. $15.00  
This is the 6-page folder catalog issued by Trendon for 1971, picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered that year. Black/white, very nice condition, has one spot on upper right corner (see photo).
Trendon 1976 catalog. $8.00  
This is the 8-page full color catalog issued by Trendon for 1976, picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered that year. Very nice condition, as new.
Trendon 1979 catalog. $6.00
This is the 8-page full color catalog issued by Trendon for 1979, picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered that year. Very nice condition, as new.
Booklet, "Sasha in Motion," Sasha Dolls Ltd. $10.00 
Small (3x4 inches) 12 page booklet in full color, with photos of Sasha dolls in various poses showcasing their human-like personality qualities and acrobatic abilities. Published 1985. New condition.
Folder, LE Prince Gregor. $5.00
Promotional folder picturing and describing the Limited Edition Prince Gregor. Published 1985. It is about the size of a postcard. New condition.
Photo Set, 1986 English dolls. $5.00  
Loretta Barrett, of Under the Lilac doll shop in Maryland, produced this set of photos in the early 1990s, made from official photos supplied by Sara Doggart. It is a folder containing two black/white photo cards, 5x7 inches, of the new dolls for 1986 - Hiker, Sari, Wintersport, LE Princess Sasha, and toddlers Candystripe and Longpants, which were never pictured in a catalog. There is commentary about the dolls on the back of each card. New condition.
Where Do Sashas Come From. $8.00 
This is the 12 page 6x9 inch booklet published by Trendon in 1982, that describes the factory production of Sasha, in word and photos. It is black/white throughout. This booklet is a must-have for all collectors. I have two copies, both in new condition.
The Story of Sasha flyer $5.00
This is the flyer labeled Leaflet 19, 1980, published by Trendon for promotional purposes, 6x9 inches. The front has the photo of SM working in her studio, while the back describes how the Doggarts found Sasha and began producing the dolls. Very nice condition.
1990s Gotz Mini booklets, complete set of six. $8.00  
This lot contains one copy of each of the six different mini booklets that were part of the hangtag assembly for each doll made from 1995 through 2000. The mini booklets are 3x4 inch copies of the full size Sasha catalogs published each year.
2001 Gotz Mini catalogs $30.00  
These two mini catalogs measure 4x7 inches and were published in 2001. One catalog pictures all the dolls in the Gotz production classified as "play dolls," and the other pictures all the dolls in the Gotz production classified as as "artist dolls." Since the special Sasha catalogs and mini booklets were terminated in 2000, these two catalogs are the only source for Gotz photos and descriptions for the Sashas that were produced in the last year, 2001. The catalogs are very hard to find. They are not mint, but in very nice condition.
1990s Gotz full size catalogs, complete set of six. $22.00  
This lot contains one copy of each of the six full size  Sasha catalogs published from 1995 through 2000. They measure 8x12 inches each, and are in very nice condition.
Postcard, 1999 Ruth Millenium Doll, Götz Puppenfabrik $5.00  
The postcards with Ruth's photo were given to dealers by Götz to send to their customers, for pre-ordering the doll. It is the only official photo of Ruth published by Götz. New condition, sticker damage upper R corner.
1995 full size catalog, Götz Puppenfabrik. $5.00
Large size (8x12 inches) full color catalog picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered in the year. New condition.
1996 full size catalog, Götz Puppenfabrik. $5.00
Large size (8x12 inches) full color catalog picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered in the year. New condition.
1997 full size catalog, Götz Puppenfabrik. $5.00
Large size (8x12 inches) full color catalog picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered in the year. New condition.
1998 full size catalog, Götz Puppenfabrik. $5.00
Large size (8x12 inches) full color catalog picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered in the year. New condition.
1999 full size catalog, Götz Puppenfabrik. $5.00
Large size (8x12 inches) full color catalog picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered in the year. New condition.
2000 full size catalog, Götz Puppenfabrik. $5.00
Large size (8x12 inches) full color catalog picturing all the dolls and dress sets offered in the year. New condition.


1990s Götz Girls and Boys.

1990s Götz Limited Editions & Limited Productions.

English Girls and Boys, 1968.

English Girls and Boys, 1969.

English Girls and Boys, early 1970s.

English Limited Editions.

Moni Dolls and Clothes. Moni dolls are unlicensed Sasha look-alikes, 7 1/2 inches tall, made briefly in the late 1970s in Hong Kong. They are perfect as a "doll's doll."