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Honey Hill Bunch By Euphrates
This was a fun line of 4-inch tall cloth dolls made by Mattel from 1976-1978. Each doll had it's
own name, personality and object that it held in it's velcro-hands. Sweetlee likes making
cookies and totes a gingerbread man as evidence of her talents. Solo can always be found with
a guitar and I.Q. is a bright Asian doll who keeps her book with her at all times.
Honey Hill Bunch dolls seem to always show up in small-doll lots but never with any of their accessories. Just think of all of the missing accessories for dolls, action figures and toys that are in landfills across the west. Anyway, you can pick these girlies up loose and in good condition fairly regularly for $5 to $10 each.
Partial List of Dolls and Accessories Battie AKA Slugger - red-head with baseball bat Curly Q - AA with yellow cat Darlin' - blonde with pink purse Hayseed - red-head with her dog Chum Irish Eyes - brown hair with clovers - HTF I.Q. - Asian with glasses and book Li'l Kid - blonde with Good Dog Miss Cheevus - blonde hair with baseball base Solo - dark skin, black hair with guitar Spunky - blonde with frog Sunflower - blond with flower - HTF Sweetlee - red-head with gingerbread man Rickety Rig with and without 6 dolls Clubhouse with and without 4 dolls Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Store with Richie Robbins and Bunny Baskin