7" (18 cm.) Each is all composition, socket head, painted brown short curly hair, brown side-glancing painted eyes, closed mouth, jointing at shoulders and hips. Each doll is wearing organdy baby gown with matching ruffled bonnet, slip, flannel diaper, and bib with baby's name. Each with partial original costume tag. Near mint condition, Emilie has tiny line by mouth. Madame Alexander, 1935, depicting the celebrated Dionne Quintuplets for which the firm had just received exclusive licensing rights. Each doll is presented in an original wooden furnishing (crib, high chair, play pen, scooter or baby chair), and preserved in original box with label having stamped name of that doll; the crib is fitted with linens having rare monogrammed "D".