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I purchased this doll from eBay in 2004. I didn't know anything about it, only that I thought it was very old and interesting because the seller was
i have 2 vintage porcelain ballerina doll and im trying to find out who there made by and how much there worth. If you can help me please do
My sister took this photo, unfortunately without writing down measurements. She was going through my recently deceased mother's storage room and it appears
Wooden man and woman dolls. No marks anywhere. Was handed down through family. Male doll is smoking a cigar. Wood with string joints. Peg looking arms.
I need a left arm for my ideal doll. She is approx. 64 years old. She is marked G 17 but I can't find any mention of her anywhere. She has molded light