The Bottletot was a budget baby doll for girls in the 1930s. Every year she came out with new and exciting features.
In 1936 she cried, drank her bottle and wet her diaper, but in 1937 she did all that and went to sleep too! These new features further endeared her to the little girls of America. In fact, her chubby, velvety, flesh-like pink, true-flesh rubber body and dainty head were so human looking and her actions were so natural, so much like a real baby, that your little girl will think that you have a real newcomer in your home.
And how she loves a bath! Water didn’t hurt her pretty wistful sleeping eyes or crying voice because her parts were rust-resistant. Put her in the tub, scrub her with soap and water, powder her with talcum to keep her dainty and sweet.
Bottletot has a protecting tube preventing water from leaking out through arms, legs or mouth. She was made of heavy molded rubber which was more uniform in thickness than cheaper, thinner, blown rubber dolls.
Bottletot was offered with two travel kits: the 10 1/2 inch Bottletot with 17-pieces and the 14 1/2 inch Bottletot with 23-pieces.
The full 10 1/2 inch Bottletot package was $1.89 and the 14 1/2 inch Bottletot package was $3.98