Eegee doll Company dolls are one of the most popular vintage collectibles that most want to include in their doll collecting showcase. The company is named after its founder EG Goldberger, and the company was established in 1917. The first dolls were branded as “EG” or “E. Goldberger,” but later dolls were branded as Eegee, Goldberger, or ” TRADEMARK/EEGEE/Dolls/MADE IN USA”. Most were made of materials like composition, latex, hard plastic, and vinyl.

Here is a list of Eegee dolls that a collector can search the internet to add to their valuable collection:

1) Patsy (1930) – The doll is made of composition head and shoulders while her arms are made of full composition. The 14-inch doll‘s body is made of stuffed fabric combined with fabric legs for swinging. Her hair is molded and painted yellow with a molded headband on top. She has a pair of side painted staring eyes, a small closed mouth, and is marked “GOLDEN doll” on her shoulder.

2) Chikie (1930) – The height of the doll ranges from 17 to 19 inches and is made of full composition jointed body. She has molded brown hair and dream blue eyes or can also be painted for some models. The open-mouthed version of Chikie shows four upper teeth.

3) Susan Stroller (1953 to 1955): This is a walking type doll with a rotating head and flexible knees. She can measure from 19.5 to 29 inches and can be unmarked or marked with Eegee or EE-GEE. She also features braided hair in curlers, a crying mommy, and a pair of sleepy eyes.

4) Miss Babette (1957 to 1965): This was an 11.5-inch fashion doll that also rivals the Barbie doll. She also came with a rare black doll alternative and most are sport earrings, bathing suit and high heeled shoes.

5) My Fair Lady (1958) – The doll was modeled after a character from the movie of the same name. This poseable doll stands 20 inches tall and comes with a twist waist feature.

6) Maskerade Magic (1960) – This is a 12-inch tall doll that has five different interchangeable face masks but her clothing is not removable.

7) Stoneage Baby (1963): This 14-inch doll wearing an animal-print top and red undergarments is likely a competitor to Pebbles of Flintstone. She features an articulated plastic body and short rooted hair on a vinyl head with a toy bone attached to accent her ponytail. He also has side eyes with painted facial features and puckered smiling lips.

Source by [Clément L.]