Jenny, Licca or similar type dolls, usually 1/6, no knee or elbow joints.
This doll caused controversy because she wasn't an official reproduction of Oscar. Neither the package information nor the advertising mentioned Versailles no Bara, however, it was clear that the doll's costume and wig were inspired by the series. Takara ...
This doll was distributed in Europe by Giochi Preziosi. Some editions contained no Chibiusa and Luna P figurines.
Made in France, possibly by Orli Jouet.
This Italian release is a licenced Sweet Candy with a slightly different body. All the releases in different outfits were nameless, with the exception of Infermiera (Nurse) and Al Ballo (At the Ball). Many outfits were also released separately.
One of the few Polistil Candy Candy releases that had an individual name.
Wakame was released in different clothes, and at least two additional outfits were sold separately.
Charmy Twin Anna head mold. She is wearing the Earth Defence Force uniform, her additional outfit is the Changeman uniform.
Charmy Twin Nozomi head mold. Like Change Mer-Maid doll, Phoenix is wearing the Earth Defence Force uniform, and the set also includes the Changeman uniform.
Unlike othe Chara Dolls, this one is not numbered (technically she is 08), and there is no English inscription at the top of the box.
Chara Doll Selection 04.
Chara Doll Selection 02.
Chara Doll Selection 01.
Chara Doll Selection 03.
Nakohead mold. Similar to regular Nakoruru. The only Nakoruru doll by Takara that wasn't rereleased.
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