Great Greatma's Doll

by Barbara
(Fort Mill, SC)

I just received my great grandmother's doll and I can't identify her. I believe it is a turn of the century doll.

She is 10.5" inches tall with a porcelain head and a wooden ball joint body covered in what looks like composition.

She has an open mouth with four teeth. Her eyes are made of glass that used to open and close (they are now in a fixed position). The markings on the back of the head are "1.H.K.3/0".

Can someone identify what the numbers/letters mean?

Thanks for any help you can offer!

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Jun 01, 2010
Great Grandma's Doll
by: Anonymous

This baby could be from the German factory of Ernest Heubach. They were called Heubach Kopplesdorf dolls by collectors because of the mark.


So on the small dolls maybe just the HK was used????

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