She was available in various hair colors (mainly bubble cut hairstyle).
I'm really grateful for all the help I can get and I'm going to change my text now. Yes, I saw the different hair colors on google, I'll try to make some years
Her stock number was #890, while that of the first Petra doll was #999. Miss Bunny dolls are extremely rare because they weren't mass produced.
Hi Rob, thank you for taking the time to educate me about this doll, I have corrected my friend who believed her to be newer. no more room, here but next
Her body is almost identical to that of the first Petra doll (slender neck, small neck knob) and she can also be identified by her green eyes.
The Miss Bunny doll was the first project of the Plasty company (Neulußheim, Germany) in the field of fashion dolls in 1964.
Thanks, but I'm sure the dress is right, I have learned that those making the outfits used very different fabrics for versions, but I can see what you say.
Hi Martha, The hat is the correct one.. but I guess the dress is not Looking at the booklet it is a silk one with lots of purple, yellow and orange flowers.
Thanks, do you know if she is by Linda Doll co.? Kind regards Martha
This is doll's name is Chelsea