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Feeding and Wetting Doll

©1979 (manufactured)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

bent limb baby feeding and wetting doll
soft vinyl head and limbs, hard vinyl body containing a mechanism probably operated by a pull string; may produce sound or may start and stop the doll wetting
doll has very short stumpy fingers, curly blond rooted saran hair, painted facial features, blue eyes, open mouth to take a bottle, hole in the bottom;
wearing a white top printed in orange and green to show teddies, with yellow braid; white plastic button fastening diaper

doll has a hole in the chest which has been covered by a vinyl patch


Object details

Object type
Parts
This object consists of 3 parts.

  • Doll
  • Doll Dress
  • Doll Diaper
Materials and techniques
soft vinyl, cotton, plastic
Brief description
Remco, Hong Kong, 1979

Remco, Hong Kong, 1979

Remco, Hong Kong, 1979
Physical description
bent limb baby feeding and wetting doll
soft vinyl head and limbs, hard vinyl body containing a mechanism probably operated by a pull string; may produce sound or may start and stop the doll wetting
doll has very short stumpy fingers, curly blond rooted saran hair, painted facial features, blue eyes, open mouth to take a bottle, hole in the bottom;
wearing a white top printed in orange and green to show teddies, with yellow braid; white plastic button fastening diaper

doll has a hole in the chest which has been covered by a vinyl patch
Dimensions
  • Height: 13in
Production typemass produced
Marks and inscriptions
  • ©REMCO 1979 (nape)
  • ©REMCO 1979 PAT.PEND. MADE IN HONG KONG (back)
Credit line
Given by the Palitoy Company
Object history
this may not be the same company as Remco Industries which was said to have ceased production in 1974.
Production
Reason For Production: retail
Collection
Accession number
B.1863:1-1999

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Record createdMay 17, 2000
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