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By learning about the origins and background of the Kewpie doll, an enthusiast can put together a collection that accurately represents the Kewpie doll throughout its history.
The Kewpie doll first made its appearance in 1909 in illustrations drawn by Rose O'Neill and printed in "Ladies' Home Journal." The Kewpie Pages became increasingly popular, and O'Neill began producing Kewpie Kutouts, which were paper dolls printed on front and back that were accompanied with stories.
Only a few of the earliest vinyl Kewpies had wings, so that may make it easier to identify him from photos.
Kewpie dolls have been a popular toy since they were first introduced more than 100 years ago.