While I was writing my review of Battat's newest Our Generation minis, I did several online searches to see what I could learn about the company and its history. Apparently, Battat has made a few different mini dolls over the years. In 2011, there were 4-inch Our Generation vinyl dolls with rooted hair. These minis came packaged with a book and an assortment of accessories. More than a decade earlier, when the Battat doll line was called "Collector's Lane," there was a group of cloth-bodied 6-inch mini dolls. Like the current Battat minis, these dolls were made to be little replicas of the concurrent 18-inch characters. Because of the similarities in construction and size between the new Our Generation minis and the Collector's Lane dolls, I decided it would be fun to see how Battat's smaller dolls have changed over the last fifteen years.
|Battat's Collector's Lane Kids mini "Rachel" doll.|