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More than fifty-five different dolls used the Margaret face mold.
Alexander, who depended on a large portion of his dolls coming from Germany, trade embargos threatened to close the doors of his doll shop.
The depiction of a famous character or person usually alerts collectors of a Madame Alexander doll.
These dolls often include the name of the figure sewed next to the Alexander signature.
Madame Alexander made dolls of Scarlett O'Hara, "The Wizard of Oz" characters, Lucille Ball, Queen Elizabeth II and many other famous figures.
Many Madame Alexander dolls represent a certain period with its clothing and accessories.The ones made from the 1930s to 1940s used sawdust composition material.