Each generation of women seems to remember one particular doll as the must-have toy of their childhood. For little girls born in the mid-1930s to 1950s, Effanbee's Dy-Dee BabyŽ is such a doll. Dy-DeeŽ was sculpted by Bernard Lipfert in 1933 to realistically drink, wet, and blow bubbles--this was a doll that engaged a child's imagination and affection as no doll had before.*
Dy-Dee BabyŽ is an 11" vinyl and hard plastic doll with sleep eyes and painted, molded hair.
*Taken from Effanbee's Dy-Dee The Complete Collector's Book Š2004 Barbara Craig Hilliker