Another old catalog page, this one from a partial catalog from an unidentified wholesaler or exporter. With descriptions in German, French, English, and Spanish, the catalog offered a wide variety of toys and dolls and appears to date from the 1920s.
At the bottom right corner of the page is a trio of bathing beauties.
The accompanying price page does not contain any specific description of the little bathers, lumping them in with a group of googly girl dolls and one oddly-placed religious figure as "Fancy dolls of papier mache, painted eyes." There is a notation for "04329," the seated bathing belle with the paper parasol, stating "Silk," apparently describing the ribbon that appears to be tied around her waist. The other two little ladies, "04330" and "04331" have no notations, which suggests that their costumes are molded and painted.