Dolltown's little Vera is a Tonner Linda McCall.
She arrived with big sisters Betsy and Barbara last year (okay, I'll have to check those relationships) and we often see her playing with Gabby and Lilac Moon.
After a little research, on eBay, I found only one face exactly like this one, and it was a 1998 Tonner Linda, from a UFDC Conference, limited edition "an American in Paris".
Eighteen years old, and doesn't look a day older than four!
Vera is a happy little character, and spreads joy and kisses wherever she goes!
Even to the sun and the moon!
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April (Tuesday, 26 July 2016 18:44)
Vera and her sisters are so adorable. It's funny, I've never been all that attracted to Tonner's wide eyed dolls. But the way you photograph them and the settings you put them in, make them come alive! I think it's also the choice of clothing which is amazing!
Jano (Wednesday, 27 July 2016 13:14)
Thank you, April! Nice comments!
I know what you mean about these McCall dolls. It took a while for me to warm to them myself. But after all my research, and desire to gather different designers, I jumped at these three, together on eBay (I was keeping an eye open after I understood the interesting history of these dolls). They were available for less than one vintage Betsy! And when they arrived...so sweet, all three!
And their Tonner clothes are wonderful!
(The turquoise dress is from tkctcrafts, pretty basics.)