About Ginny Dolls
Women who came of age during the 1950s and 60s most certainly remember the Ginny doll. Introduced by the Vogue Dolls Company in 1951, these 8-inch plastic dolls were immediately successful. The creator, Jennie Graves, named the doll after her daughter Virginia. Wildly popular in American households, the dolls had reached over five million dollars per year in sales by 1957. Collectors of vintage Ginny dolls can find a vast inventory on eBay. Several variations of the dolls are available, from sassy to prim and proper, and all made with quality craftsmanship. Many of the dolls available are quite rare, making them a very tempting item for serious fans. Ginny's big eyes and beautiful dresses are representative of the times, and thrill all doll lovers, both young and old. In addition to dolls, Ginny doll cases are also available. From large tiered display cases to traveling trunks, any type of case can be found. Accessories and clothing items for the dolls can be found as well, helping any Ginny doll fan complete their darling collections.