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Coleco Editions 1983-1989 Cabbage Patch Kids were introduced in 1983. Specialty lines introduced in 1985: Twins, World Travelers, Western Kids to go with Show Ponies. When it comes to Coleco kids I like OK factory kids the most as they are generally not prone to any skin conditions.
Kids were 16-18 inches tall depending on the factory. P and PMI factory kids are taller and have skinny hands and feet, the eyes are smaller looking, but have nice rich eye paint and good blushing.
Pox is a mold or fungus that grows in the plastic and is activated by extreme climates Keep those P and PMI kids cool and dry.
IC and UT factory kids have small, firm bodies, beautiful porcelain like complexions, big eyes, and good blushing.
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The beautiful porcelain color can shift to a yellowish/green color.Most of the Jesmars had freckles, but some do not and they were generally taller than Colecos.Jesmar kids were distributed to many different countries so the boxes and papers were in several different languages.Look for the factory code which is 1, 2 or 3 letters, sometimes accompanied by a number.The Coleco factory codes are OK, KT, IC, UT, P, PMI, SS, and WS.
The very first Coleco Kids had embroidered tags, they are very rare. Coleco A/A Preemies had brown tufts and Caucasian Preemies had tan or yellow tufts. Special Editions of full size kids in 1986: Astronauts, All Stars, Circus Kids, and Cornsilk Kids Preemies re-introduced in 1987. Splashin Kids, kids that were meant to be played with in the water and Talking Kids came to market in 1987. A lot of the Designer Line Kids are marked Coleco, including the boxes.