The Sweetheart Doll was one of the first plush dolls Mary Meyer made. She was in the first catalog Mary Meyer printed in Black and White of their early 1950’s line of plush toys. It was a very pretty doll with a wide pillow base, with White hands and feet and a wide brimmed bonnet and a satin White ribbon.
The Lamb was one of the first plush toys Mary Meyer made in 1950. The whole Lamb was made of white plush.
Begging Pup was designed as a small, inexpensive stuffed toy. It had a Tan plush body with Cocoa ears, stuffed with chopped (small pieces) foam rubber and in later designs in many plush colors in the 1960’s. It was stuffed with chopped polyurethane – a lighter weight, more washable foam rubber.
The Nighty Bunny was a very popular design made during most of the 1970’s. The head, ears, hands and feet were White plush and the body, arms , legs, ear linings, dress and bonnet were colorful cotton fabric. The sleepy eyes were felt with a Pink felt triangular nose and Red felt tongue plush White yarn whiskers and a satin bow.