Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Contacting Me or Making a Donation

Since 2006, Doll Links has been a labor of love, freely shared with everyone and fueled only by many kind comments. I hope to continue keeping it free of pay ads as well.

The websites listed on this blog are for reference only, and dolls shown are not for sale.
None of these links are paid ads, and they do not pay for click-throughs.

If my work helped you with researching and identifying your dolls (and/or selling them), please consider making a donation. This will help me maintain the cost of Internet access that has enough bandwidth to handle the Doll Links files.

Clicking this button will take you to the PayPal website, where you can make a secure donation. Thank you very, very much for your support! ~Jennifer Miller

Please click Post a Comment below if you have doll ID links to share, find any links that have gone offline, or you just want to contact me.

To be included in the Doll Identification and Reference Links list, a web page must have information and photos that help identify dolls. The dolls shown on a linked page cannot be for sale. (It's OK if the main website has a link to a different page with dolls for sale.)

Direct links to sales-only web pages will not be included in Doll Links.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best doll site I've ever seen.... amazing!!

2:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know how I have gone this long with out these links!!
Woo Hoo, thanks a million for this very useful site/blog :-)

10:38 PM  
Anonymous Singram said...

I'm amazed at the amount of wonderful information lumped into one site. Jen thanks so much for all your research and hard work. I have marked your site into my favorites. I'm sure I'll use it frequently. Sing

10:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW! Thanks. An amazing collection for easy reference. ... gmusl_jd (Alice)

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Barb said...

Amazing doll blog.....I try and stop by several times a week to learn more about dolls...Fantastic pictures...

Two thumbs up!

Thanks Jen!! :)

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Sail-Away said...

American Girl Doll Product reference guide: 1980's to present.

American Girl Playthings

Hope that we can see ourselves listed!

10:43 PM  
Anonymous Doll Reference said...

tree*fern - you have done an AMAZING job at locating all these links to doll sites.

It is a huge amount of time to search doll after doll to find a good site with information, other than the 1st few sites that appear at the beginning of a search engine that are dolls for sale.

My hats off, a curtsey & bow for all your efforts. Thanks so much

10:44 PM  
Anonymous thedollcafe said...

Amazing! I wanted to let you know that my site at has closed down. You can use these links now:

Fashion Fever Fashions:

Fashion Fever Dolls:

Great work, I'm sure I'll be here lots of times. I added your link to my blog.

Best Wishes,

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Janiehile said...

Thank you so much for such a wonderful reference!
Two corrections/additions? has been updated at

and the Bleuette Pattern Library can be found here:
Janiehile - GreatAlternatives

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Katharine Swan said...

What a great site! I maintain a doll blog that I think might be appropriate, with a mixture of information on doll repair, identification, and lots of photos. :o)

Doll Stringing Extravaganza

10:46 PM  
Anonymous Carmen VJ said...

I love your work and there is so much history here I can feel it. I have learned alot today on the history of dolls just from your blog alone. Thank you and Congratulations on a great job.

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Carmen VJ said...

Wow! I have so much respect for your blog and the history here on dolls is enormous! I can feel it. You are congratulated for your hard work here and very enjoyable reading. Thank you. I have learned alot:)

10:48 PM  
Anonymous Knena said...

Excellent job!!! I love this blog. I would like to add my blog aboaut Barbie made in Venezuela:

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vintage Doll ID page for rare, protos, mattel liddle kiddles, cher mego outfits, tiffany taylor many 1960s 1970s era doll @

10:49 PM  
Anonymous DollsAllOver said...

I have a website about dolls too:
Daisy by Mary Quant:
also about Havoc:
Bubbles & Squeak also by Mary Quant:
Daisy Longlegs:
MGA 4 Ever Best Friends>
Ratti doll Pusle
Famosas Nancy doll:
Irma a danish doll:
Perfekta 5" dolls>
Matchbox's Disco Girls:
Hasbro's World of Love:

I love your work and use a lot whenever I am looking for information about a doll. I must have taken many many hours to do!
I hope you can use some\any of my links.

I hope you will continue :o)

10:51 PM  
Anonymous Jademaliburoad said...

I'm collecting Maxie dolls for almost two years and have created an identification guide:

The Sunny Surfin' World of Maxie
Welcome to my Maxie doll identification guide!
Maxie's world

Hope you'll like it and add it to your amazing list, thanks. Isabelle aka Jademaliburoad

10:51 PM  
Anonymous Laura Craig said...

Jennifer, there's such a wealth of information here! Kudos to you for posting this. You asked me to leave my website here for you to add later; my site is devoted to the identification of miniature 6-1/2" fashion dolls like Dawn, and all the clones like her. I have pictures of identified fashions as well. Please visit Thank you!

10:52 PM  
Anonymous Annie said...

Jen, I LOVE this site. I use it nearly daily (more than I floss!)
Here's a site covers quite a few different doll categories. Some terrific reprints of ads and catalogs as well.

10:53 PM  
Anonymous Mandy4384 said...

Awesome work! I am linking this - it is a must have reference!!

My Website linking has changed a bit:

Fashion Royalty by Integrity
FR Hub is now:
It now has a fully detailed Reference EBook of the dolls.

has tips for buying/selling.
A FULL BOOKS PUBLISHED LIST (about 100+ books & VHS listed) and a books recommended secton.
Also the Links has a lot of doll related ones (some might be 'gone').

-Susie's Deck (Susie by R & D)
is now just a sub-link inside

10:54 PM  
Anonymous Teresa said...

Hi. First I would like to thank you for making this list. I have used it many, many times.

I am sending a link to a site about a women in the 1940s who made doll house scenes to teach police about murder scenes. Not actually an identification page, but quite interesting. I thought you could put it on the fun page.

Thanks again,

10:54 PM  
Anonymous Nicolette said...

Hi, I just wanted to send you the link to a website I've created about the Sunshine family.
Hope it's helpful.
Kind regards,

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

What an impressive list! You have noted two of my sites, for Dollikin and Daisy's wardrobe, but I also have sites for identifying Daisy dolls and Maddie Mod outfits. Hope you find them useful!

10:56 PM  
Anonymous T said...

This is a wonderful site! So much information, Thank-you for putting it together!
I have been collecting photos of Izannah Walker dolls for years and have, at last count, 128 in my Picture Trail. You are welcome to add a link if you would like.
also, my dear friend Dixie Redmond has a fascinating blog devoted to these dolls.

Thanks again.

10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, impressive work!
This is a new website about Fleur (Dutch Sindy)

10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Identification help and info: Petra, Karina and Steffi dolls from Germany.

10:58 PM  
Anonymous kiraalt said...

Thank you so much for this invaluable source of doll information.

Found a great site re: Sindy The doll you love to dress! I don't think it is listed here yet.

10:58 PM  
Anonymous American Girl said...

wow! your dolls are absolutely amazing! i really love your site. my goodness. . . what beauty. . . and the clothes are gorgeous! I will definitely refer your site to my visitors!

10:43 AM  
Anonymous Knena said...

I love this blooog!!! it's excellent. . .

11:34 AM  
Blogger Pan said...

What a wonderful idea. Thank you for including my blog. I am finding many useful sites through your links.

10:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for putting this site together. . it is a joy to look at, and the references are fantastic. . . Love it!
usually a lurker on eBay forums.:)

3:51 PM  
Anonymous phyllis ellsworth said...

OMGoodness,Truly Amazing! What a Beautifyl & Diverse collection you have.I enjoyed this So much and Thank You for sharing!
Blessings, Phyllis

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Sydney said...

whoa! awesome links! thanks

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful, wonderful site.

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Mayra René said...

excellent!! congratulations!!! I 'll write a note about this blog in my blog Congratulations

10:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jen, I just wanted to let you know that Martha Anderson is back up. She's now
oh yea and, I LOVE THIS SITE!!!!


6:57 PM  
Anonymous Carrie said...

This must have been SO time consuming to create and research. (Plus fun, I bet!) Thanks so much for all your hard work and time spent! An invaluable resource.

9:40 PM  
Blogger D7ana said...

Hi Jen and thanks for creating and sharing this incredible, comprehensive doll resource.

Thanks for adding the YNU Group Mixis dolls. Would you add these links as well? The first post shows the faces of the original Mixis dolls; the second shows a comparison of the Mixis body and the body of the Get Set Club / GFive dolls by Jenny Baker. Thanks for your time, etc.

Dana Cooper

8:26 AM  

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