The Regal Doll Manufacturing Company of Trenton, NJ and New York city, USA, was previously know as the German American Doll Company and changed their name again in 1937 to the Regal Doll Corp.

In October 1933 they acquired the Horsman Doll Company and continued to produce dolls under each trade name of Regal and Horsman. Regal made all composition dolls and composition and cloth Mama and Baby dolls using the trade name of 'Kiddie Pal Dolly', in the 1930's they added Patsy types.

The Horsman line of dolls were the superior brand, thus by late 1937 the Regal name disappeared and by 1940, only the Horsman dolls and company name remained.

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Comments (2)
Wendy - December 19, 2018
I have a pretty little black doll that is vintage. I got her as a little girl. I am now 64. She has her mouth open and lipstick on. I can't seem to find out anything about her.
Hi, have you tried Google images? Maybe you can find one as yours.
Audra - February 5, 2011
I found a Regal House sweetheart doll named Bethann (yes she still had the tag around her right wrist) at a yard sale. I have been trying to look her up to find the history of this doll . The Regal House stamp is on the back of her neck. Could you give be some background information on this beautiful doll?