Ella Cinders was a syndicated comic strip created by writer Bill Conselman and artist Charles Plumb. Distributed by United Feature Syndicate, the daily version was launched June 1, 1925, and a Sunday page followed two years later. It was discontinued in 1961. In 1926 there was a movie made
called Ella Cinders.
1928 Ella Cinders, 18" tall, comic character by Bill Conselman & Charlie Plumb, has a composition head with round painted eyes, freckles beneath the eyes, open/closed mouth, cloth body. Had at least four different costumes, shown is the pink and white checked cotton dress with black sash and white apron. Marked: © 1925 M.N.S.
Gata Box reproduced this doll in 1988 when they acquired the Horsman name, productions were limited to 2,000 - 3,000 dolls.
So much for the history lesson
I have an original 1988 reproduction, Mib.A sticker on the box says doll reader collectible plastic medium doll of the year 1988 .
She is 18 inches, with a cloth body, painted face, plastic arms and legs. her legs are jointed so they move . She can move her arms too.
Has her original wrist tag.
Buyer pays S&H