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“Christmas won’t be Christmas without presents,” grumbled Jo, lying on the hearth rug.
Thus began Louisa May Alcott’s beloved 1868 novel Little Women which was to become a classic for the ages and in 1933, when dollmaker Madame Alexander released her first line of Little Women Dolls, it was the start of little girls receiving the most beautiful possible presents for decades to come.
To understand how Madame Alexander came to hold first place in the hearts of generations of doll collectors, one has to travel back to the world of dolls in which a little girl named Beatrice Alexander grew up.
Living in a small Brooklyn aparment above the doll shop and doll hospital of her first-generation-American father, Beatrice's daily life was amongst the lovely dolls of the Edwardian age.
Dolls similar to these were produced by the Madame Alexander Doll Company until 1956 at which point, the company began producing the smaller 8″ plastic dolls that begin to look more or less the way most women will remember them.
To the right, you will see an all cloth Alice in Wonderland.
Since many different Madame Alexander dolls were created using the same face molds and body styles, sometimes it is nearly impossible to distinguish a doll's original character without its original costume and accessories.
Madame Alexander collectors generally want dolls wearing their original clothing.
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The first set of Madame Alexander dolls was released in 1933, prompted by the release of the “Little Women” film starring Katherine Hepburn.