Celebrating an Easter moment with this 1989/90 "Muffin," No. 1254 from the Alexander Doll Company. Madame sold the Alexander Doll Company in 1988. Muffin was probably among the last dolls on the company design boards while still owned by Madame. The quality of vinyl is particularly interesting. The clarity is quite remarkable. Cheap vinyl takes on yellow and orange tones. Good vinyl is much more expensive and can represent soft, realistic skin tones. Muffin directs a flock of chicks, who are on their own Easter Parade.