I keep thinking about what we were doing before the internet, we sure didn't get so many informations and I wouldn't have been able to find all these dolls I have in my collection. I just came across some Sears Christmas Catalogues on the internet and found the 1964 version with a page showing some interesting dolls. One of these dolls were called Tommy and I'm sure it's one of those I'm showing here. Both dolls are unmarked and is made from the same mould, the difference is the face paint, especially the eyes. I'll show the catalogue piece with the Tommy doll and you can judge yourself. A friend in USA says that the doll to the right has been painted, that might well be true, I got him like this and thought the face paint was a bit sharp. He also told me Tommy was by PMA.
Jeg tænker ofte på, hvad vi gjorde før internettet, vi fik ihvertfald ikke alle de informationer og jeg ville aldrig have været i stand til at finde disse dukker, jeg har i min samling. Jeg faldt over nogle Sears Julekataloger på internettet og i 1964 versionen fandt jeg en side som viste nogle interessante dukker. En af disse hed Tommy og jeg er sikker på det er en af dem, jeg viser her. Begge dukker er umærkede og støbt i samme form, forskellen er make-up'en, især øjnene. Jeg vil vise det udsnit fra kataloget der viser Tommy og så kan man selv dømme.