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PERFECT Early Antique German Bisque AM 1894 Doll, Factory Dress, Socks & Shoes

The doll is 18 tall and appears never to have been played with. Her pretty socket head has pale bisque and no chips, rubs or cracks. Made by Armand Marseille in Germany in the 1890’s. The doll has her original pate and blonde wig. She has lovely gray-blue sleep eyes with upper and lower painted […]

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(Early German Wood/Biedermeier Era Doll)

Beautiful Portrait figure/doll of a woman/very early wooden carved German Biedermeier Era ca. She stands 46cm (18,11 inches) tall. Condition:Generally in good condition/No wood cracks/chips or other damages on the face/few faint paint loss/. Torso is made of Terracotta/rest of the body parts are combination of Hemp and wood/. The construction is a bit primitive. […]

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Antique German Early Papier Mache Shoulder Head 25 Doll Glass Eyes

She has pretty blue eyes, original hair and dress. This lady might been repaired or repainted because she is in pretty good condition despite her age whcich is probably about 130 years. Due to the nature of the material she made of she still has cracks on the shoulder head. The lower arms also have […]

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12 Antique Early German Kestner Doll With Closed Mouth, Bisque Hands, Bru Look

12 (31CM) ANTIQUE EARLY GERMAN KESTNER SHOULDERHEAD DOLL. WITH CLOSED MOUTH, BISQUE HANDS, LOVELY DRESS, C. Bisque shoulder head incised “3”, blue paperweight eyes, multi-stroked eyebrows, closed mouth, chin dimple, original mohair wig. Original kid body with wonderful bisque lower arms. Original costume, lace bonnet, slip, socks and vintage leather shoes. Very beautiful doll with […]

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8 1/2Antique Early Kestner Doll Jointed Closed Mouth Composition Body

8 1/2Antique Early Kestner Doll Jointed Closed Mouth Composition Body. This doll is unmarked lending to believe she is a very early example. She measures approximately 8 1/2 standing. I will give you the limited history I was told when I acquired her. She was acquired from a woman in Nashville, TN who is in […]

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Antique Early German Kestner Doll with Swivel Head ca1890

Offering this Antique German. Early Kestner Bisque Doll. Swivel Head, Fixed Glass Eyes, Original plaster paint. Bisque arms, kid leather body. 14 tall, shoulders are approx. 1 1/2″ x 2 7/8″. Thank you for your understanding. The item “Antique Early German Kestner Doll with Swivel Head ca1890″ is in sale since Saturday, May 30, 2015. […]

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Very Early German Silver Stop-Latch Multiplying Casting Reel

For your consideration: An excellent example of a very early German. Silver stop-latch Casting reel. This diminutive reel measures. 1 3/4 inches in diameter and 1 1/2 inches across the. The reel has a raised hub for a front. Bearing cover and an early. This high quality little. All of the reel’s operations. Work perfectly […]

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GREAT ANTIQUE VERY LARGE & EARLY GERMAN PAPIER MACHE DOLL RARE! Exposed Ears

This doll is believed to be an early German Papier Mache shoulder head doll from the mid or early 1800s. The doll is unmarked. She is 31 tall! The doll has a unique expression , black hair, exposed ears, and blue painted eyes. She has kid leather arms that appear to go all the way […]

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Rare 13 Unusual Hairstyle Early Antique German China Doll Original Body Clothes

Rare 13 antique china doll with unusual hairstyle that I havent had before. Please note that she has an early repair to her shoulderplate area. Her original dress covers this up nicely though. She has an original body and limbs. The body isnt leaking but has been reinforced at both of the knee areas. There […]

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Early XII K Kestner Mystery Doll French Wood-Compo Body Antique Bisque German

Bisque Head Marked “K” and “XII”. Early French Wood-and-Compo Body. Blue Paperweight (Set) Eyes. Ears Pierced through the Head. Open Mouth with Teeth. Original Antique Doll on Antique Body. Unsigned Doll: We confidently attribute this doll to J. Kestner as one of their early works. But, as with any attribution, what you are getting is […]

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