Hmmm... well I guess I'll see what I get when she arrives back home from the hospital! Another question for those of you who have her, how obvious is the wig cap? With my girl it was VERY obvious and it she also had some shorter hairs that looked like they had actually been cut where the break in the bang/hair line is. The chunk of wig cap on mine just looked terrible. Even my DH who isn't terribly observant with my dolls said it looked like a defect to him... so we shall see what happens. Here's another closer pic of the wig cap that I took before I shipped her to the doll hospital.
I also agree that she looks much better with the shorter piece of hair in the front.
I just received my #36 retiree in the mail and it looks like she has a chunk missing from her bangs on one side. The only time I see it is if I pull that side of the hair back. Here's a picture of what I mean:
AG is out of stock with this doll and recommended I send mine to the Hospital for a head replacement. So off she went this afternoon.
I don't have much to add to the other reviews, but this dress is beautiful. Very festive with it's nice bright red velvet. I personally like the dress by itself, but the coat is lovely too. Well made, I give it an A+.
I received my GoT in 1995, but I never ended up with the accessories until last year. I absolutely love them. The sunflower hat is well made and adorable. I've gotten the most use out of the metal necklace as I like to pair it with most of the '90's outfits I have. The purse is well made and the lunch ticket, three dollars and library card are great accessories. I do not have the mini mag that came with the set.
I have always really loved this outfit. Mine came with my Girl of Today back in October of 1995. All of the pieces are very high quality and made of a nice thick material which have held up very well over time. The white blouse came with snaps and my shoes were the black velvet flats. I would definitely recommend this outfit if you are looking for clothes from the '90's. I give it an A+
I recently purchased mine from e-bay. It is labeled American Girl, but I'm not sure what year it's from. It is a very thick material and lined. The coat just looks beautiful on Samantha and is easily one of my favorite winter coats for the historical girls. It does take a bit of adjusting to get it to sit well, but overall I give it an A+!
I received my WB last week, and I can't say enough for how beautiful this doll is. My Sam's hair is still in fantastic condition, light brown that has held the curl very well over the years. I also love the longer length. Her eyes are also a lighter brown and the eyelashes are very curly. Her face paint is minimal, but still very much there. Over all I give WB Samantha an A+ and would recommend one to anybody!