American Girl Doll..is an American line of 18-inch (46 cm) dolls released in 1986 by Pleasant Company. The dolls portray eight– to eleven–year–old girls of a…
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The Historical Characters, for the purposes of this wiki,refers to the flagship American Girls doll collection. Previously known as The American Girls Collection, they have since been officially renamed Historical Characters in order to give more spotlight to the other lines, just as American Girl of Today became Just Like You and, more recently, My American Girl. This product line was originally the center focus of the American Girl company and includes the first dolls released by the company.
The Marie-Grace Mold was the eighth face mold created for the American Girl line; it was introduced in 2011.Marie-Grace face mold features a more shallow, narrow, and rounded jaw line and a wide pointed chin. The mold is in other ways similar to the Josefina Mold, particularly in respect to the shape of the mouth, yet with slightly thinner lips. The eyes are round however, a bit narrower than the Classic Mold.
Kaya Face Mold was the fifth face created for the AG Doll line; introduced, 2002.Most prominent difference is that,unlike all other molds,the mouth is closed shows no teeth.Due to a cultural taboo in Nimipuu of baring the teeth as it shows aggression. The mold is similar to the Josefina Mold, with a longer, less upturned nose and oval eyes; the nose is wider in the Kaya mold, but not as wide as in the Addy Mold. The face is rounder than the Josefina mold and there is a slight dimple in the chin
Sonali Face Mold was the seventh face created for the AG Doll line.First used on Sonali Matthews, 2009, but was initially created for a prototype of Mia St. Clair that was never made.The eyes are round,the face full cheeks and an open-mouthed like most molds but slightly wider. The nose is slimmer than on the Addy Mold but wider than the Classic Mold; face shape is reminiscent of the Josefina Mold. On Sonali notice that her ears differ greatly than those on others. The top appears to be flat.
Addy Mold, also called the African-American Face Mold, was the second face mold created for the American Girl Doll line; it was first introduced in 1993.Addy Mold, also called the African-American Face Mold, was the second face mold created for the American Girl Doll line; it was first introduced in 1993.
The Classic Face Mold was the first face created for the AG Doll line.Kirsten,Samantha,and Molly were the first to use this face mold; introduced in 1986. It has large eye sockets with corners at the bottom. The nose is thin and upturned. The lips are thin, with two slightly gapped front teeth visible in between them.They have a rounded chin and full cheeks.She resembles a Caucasian background and thus has never been used on a dark-skinned doll;it has,however been used on medium skinned dolls.
The Asian Mold was the third face mold created for the American Girl Doll line. It was released in 1995 and retired in 2011. The most distinguishing characteristic of the Asian face mold are the perceivably thinner and tilted eye sockets that are intended to visually direct a doll's ethnicity as East Asian. The nose is wider than the Classic Mold, although not as wide as the Addy Mold or Sonali Mold. The mold has a rounded chin and full cheeks.
The Josefina Face Mold was the 4th face mold created for the American Girl Doll line. It was first used on Josefina Montoya, who was released in 1997. Josefina's face mold has a somewhat longer, less upturned nose than the classic mold. Compared to the classic and Addy molds, the lips are much fuller on the Josefina mold with a more pronounced philtrum. The eyes on the mold are shaped slightly differently than those on the classic and Addy molds; they are more oval with less pronounced corners.