An all composition set with and 11" Snow White and 9" dwarfs (to top of head). Image via 200 Years of Dolls: Identification and Price Guide (3rd ed.) by Dawn Herlocher, p.234. Snow has molded black hair, blue ribbon, painted side-glancing eyes and movable head and arms. She was available in different sizes--approximately 11", 15", and 20". She also came in different outfits. The dwarfs wear velveteen clothing, mohair beards and also have movable arms.
11" blue & pink dress; 15" brown & yellow.
Blue & pink (faded).
The back of the head was typically marked "Knickerbocker Toy - Walt Disney".
A 15" Snow White in brown & yellow dress with 9" dwarfs. Original Knickerbocker doll boxes.
Image via Playful Art 20th Century Doll.
A 15" Snow White in blue & pink silk-like dress with 9" dwarfs. All have the original Knickerbocker wrist cardboard tag. Reads America’s Premiere Line of Stuffed Toys - Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, plus the Knickerbocker address.
Images via Hake's.
An 11" Snow White with dwarfs.
The dwarf back was marked, "© Walt Disney - Knickerbocker Toy Co."
Another all-composition Snow White was produced. She came with sleep eyes, a swivel neck, and a mohair wig. Measures 15" high. Original cloth dress.
She's pictured here, probably in an aftermarket outfit. Marked on back, "Knickerbocker Toy Co. - New York."
This Snow White doll is listed in a couple 1938 catalogs. The first is a wholesale published for N. Shure Co. of Chicago. Price: $2.25 each or $25.50 per dozen. The other is a retail catalog with Snow priced at $4.50. Also pictured are the Knickerbocker dwarfs and a Dopey ventriloquist doll by Ideal.
Catalog image via gdawg.