Case in point the sad little horror that I post today. Unfortunately I haven't any real information about the doll except that it was printed in 1985.
Perhaps there was originally another page that went with this; one on which the doll's name, the artist, and other information was provided, but alas that all seems lost. There are some initials attached to the foot of the doll, but they don't mean anything to me.
One would hope, as well, that if there was another page with other clothes on it, they included a chemise of some sort. It seems somehow indecent for this poor naked doll to have to go through life with only a pair of pantalettes and a ruffley gown to wear.
There are a lot of paper dolls in the style of actual dolls out there. I've never been fond of them as a general rule and this one is a good example of how they can be off-putting and even somewhat creepy. Click on the picture to see the detail of this poor creature's hideous dog-like face.