Harmony Club Doll

Harmony Club Dolls Cameron and Mason

HCD Cameron and Mason
Harmony Club Dolls formerly offered these 18" boy dolls before changing out their stock. They are American Girl size, with cloth bodies and articulated arms and legs, although the body is slightly inferior to American Girl dolls. They have fixed eyes and decent quality wigs. They are also some of the best-looking boy dolls on the market, although they are retired and can be hard to find. They originally retailed for $80.


CAMERON and MASON


Harmony Club previously offered several other boy dolls, most of whom used the Cameron mold. Another boy doll with the Mason mold was recently offered on their site. Whether or not these dolls had official names is unknown.


HARMONY CLUB BOYS WITH THE CAMERON AND MASON MOLD


HC BOY and CAMERON

Harmony Club has also created custom boys (below) from their current stock of dolls and offers them for sale at a price of about $100.


CURRENT HARMONY CLUB BOY

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Harmony Club Dolls is a relatively new doll company that has managed to survive in an extremely competitive doll market and emerge as a success. HC got started in 2012 by buying dolls wholesale from China, customizing them by switching out wigs, and then reselling them for a profit. Their original motto was "Peace, Love and Harmony." Some of the first dolls who were part of this "1st" generation were Arianna, Samantha, Makayla, Summer, Juli, Liberty, Alyssa, and Alexa. Read more about Harmony Club Dolls

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My latest treasure hunt has been for boy dolls! With Valentines Day coming up and some super cute ideas for V-Day dresses and outfits, I wanted a little boyfriend romance for some of my girls. Admittedly though, I have been lacking in the boy department. Now, there have been a few boy dolls offered by the different doll companies over the years, but sadly not nearly enough. There are of course girl dolls who have been remade into boy dolls by some creative doll fans. . . Read more about Yes or No?