The Addy Mold, also called the African-American Face Mold, was the second face mold created for the American Girl Doll line; it was first introduced in 1993.
The Addy mold is similar to the classic mold in many ways in that both have large eyes with corners, two visible front teeth between the lips, and a rounded chin. The Addy face mold differs in that the nose is broader and more prominent in profile, the mouth slightly wider with fuller lips, and the cheeks chubbier. There is a slightly noticeable diastema between the teeth.
This is done to more accurately resemble the features commonly associated with people of African descent; thus this mold has never been used on a doll with light skin.
Dolls with the Addy Mold