I picked this item up at an auction last night. This cardboard wardrobe measures 18.5" tall, 12" wide and 6" deep. It has double doors on the front, a wooden bar to hang the clothes from, and another wooden bar holding up the shelf above. The colors and the logo on the top indicate that it was made for Cosmopolitan's Ginger doll, a hard plastic toddler introduced in 1954, who was a competitor to Vogue's Ginny doll. I call it Ginger's Mystery Closet because it is a mystery why an 8" doll would have a wardrobe so huge. She has a wardrobe trunk that is in scale for her, about 9" tall. Why would she need this behemoth? If you hung her little dresses on the rod, there would be several inches of empty space underneath. Any thoughts?