Gellar has had action figures marketed for three of her characters, Buffy Summers, Daphne Blake, and Sydney Rutledge. Below are pictures of each.
Sarah didn't like the first Buffy action figure, so she asked Moore to make another more accurate one. In the next line of figures, Moore used lasers to map out Sarah's face correctly.
The Graduation Day Buffy looks a little butch. The Vampire Buffy is clearly a flight of fancy, since Buffy never became a vampire in the course of the series, but she did dream about being one.
There were three separate Sydney Rutledge dolls:
Dance Party (5852), which came with a purse, flower, and comb.
Hangin' Out (pictured above. yes they did leave off the final g) #5871, which came with a trophy, rein and comb and seems equestrian-oriented, and Slumber Party (#5821) which came with a yellow sun hat, a green mini-tv, a green phone, and (again) a comb.