Vintage Skipper Treasure Trove is an additional website to my four previous websites on Vintage Skipper dolls.
Here you can find everything which doesn't fit on the original pages due to storage problems (maximum size of these free pages).
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A true rarity is this Japanese Skipper Clone, found in Germany. I've never seen or heard of a Japanese Skipper Clone before. She has the same body and face mold like many other Skipper clone dolls (Peggy by Plasty for example), but her arms are made of the same hollow plastic like the body.
Just like the original, she glances to the left. She doesn't have any painted eye lashes.
The marking on her back states "Made in Hong Kong". I don't have any information about the company who produced or sold her.
A wonderful find and probably the rarest Skipper clone from the 60s.
On the photographs she's wearing a Peggy by Plasty fashion.