Edition American Girl Molly Doll, Retired School Desk, Meet Outfit & Books, Retired Christmas Dress. This American Girl lst Edition Molly Doll and retired wood school desk is perfect for any American Girl collector!Molly was one of three dolls first marketed in 1986 by the Pleasant Company. She was retired in 2013 but re-released in 2022. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own these amazing pieces of American Girl history. All pieces in this lot are free of odors and are from the smoke/pet-free environment of the original owner. Pleasant Company Original/Classic American Girl Doll -MOLLY MCINTIRE and MOLLY'S SCHOOL DESK. Molly is 18 tall with a soft, cotton, skin-tone body; thick neck-tie strings; soft vinyl light skin-tone limbs in the original/classic mold; gray eyes that smoothly open and close; soft brown eyelashes; long brown hair styled in two pigtail braids and bangs in excellent condition - shiny and neat, with the original red satin ribbons. Molly's collection in 1990 and retired in 2011. S associated with the book Molly Learns A Lesson. The durable and stylish desk with an attached swivel chair is constructed of sturdy wood and metal connecting supports and legs. The top of the desk lifts up to store objects inside. There is a pencil and eraser groove on top with an ink well holder. The desk is in great condition. Original/classic Meet Outfit that includes: A sweater in navy wool knit, argyle pattern of navy-blue, red and green, long-sleeved pullover with raglan sleeves. An A-line skirt in navy blue knit with four panels, center and side seams with waistband. Velcro closure at center back. A white dickey with rounded "Peter Pan" collar that has a blue rickrack trim. A beret of navy wool with an elastic band. Purse in shiny red vinyl that is felt-trimmed and closes with a snap on the outer flap. White, red-trimmed, embroidered "Molly "handkerchief. Black plastic slip-on Mary-Jane shoes. Authentic/original glasses with silver round frames with glass-frame arms that curve down behind the ears. Original necklace with a flower-pattern locket that opens. Original/ Retired classic Christmas Dress: Evergreen velvet-blend dress, trimmed in off-white antique crochet and six pearl-white buttons. Original/classic School Supplies that includes: Redbook Bag, Blue 3-Ring Binder with Lined Paper, Zippered Blue Pouch with 3Pencils and Eraser, Report Card, Green "Gaining Skill with Words" Textbook, Mathematical Flash Cards, (6) Lunch Bags and (6) Paper Napkins, Lunch that includes an Oreo, Carrot Stick, ½ Sandwich and a Pear. Miniature size Addy Doll with miniature "Meet Addy An American Girl", 1864Book One, By Valerie Tripp. Addy Doll and book do have imperfections.
Personality and Facts About Molly: American Girl describes Molly as lovable, feisty, and patriotic. Molly comes from a Scottish-American family and lives in the fictional town of Jefferson, Illinois. Her full name is Molly Jean Mcintire.She was born April 22, 1934. Molly is prone to daydreaming and fanciful ideas. She often comes up with various plans to draw attention to herself; several times these plans and ideas are either wholly unrealistic or fall through. Molly's mom calls her a chatterbox.
She is not very good at math (especially multiplication), dislikes turnips, and is afraid to swim underwater. Molly is a great tap dancer. Molly's story shows the experiences of Americans on the home from during World War II. Her father is a doctor, and her mother works at the Red Cross. Throughout her book series, Molly struggles to adjust to ways the war has changed her life, particularly the absence of her father, who left to treat wounded soldiers in England.
Molly was one of the 3original American Girl dolls from 1986. Her character and story are the basis for the2006 movie Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front.
Additionally, Molly was one of the 6 dolls released as part of the 2021 35th AnniversaryCollection. In 2022, Molly became the first and only active Historical doll to have previously been retired twice.
Moreover, of all the dolls whose Meet Outfits were redesigned during the "BeForever" rebrand of the Historical Character doll line, Molly is the only one whose Meet Outfit has been changed back to its original design. Interesting Facts About Pleasant Company: American Girl.
Was first marketed in 1986 by the Pleasant Company. Former teacher, Pleasant Rowland, created the 18-inch dolls and gave them backstories of young girls living during important times in American history. Each doll came with her own historically appropriate book and clothes. Rowland's idea was that girls could play out the stories.
The doll's had personality, culture, challenges and heart. The first three dolls released in 1986 are among the most valuable to collectors. A patriotic child who grew up during WII. Kirsten Larson, a Minnesota pioneer who grew up in 1854.She was retired in 2010. Samantha Parkington, a Victorian orphan who lived in 1904. She was retired in 2009 but re-released in 2014.