Joseph Arsenault

by Joseph M Arsenault
(Strawberry Plains Tn)



Revcilo 9

Anyone Know who made this doll?what is she made of?How old.
Thank You.

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Aug 26, 2011
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revalo 9
by: michelle

I have my mother's doll (c.1915-20) with Revalo and the number 9 below it. It is located at the base of the back of the head. Seems to be wooden with heavy string (holding joints together). Hair is dark but I don't think it's human (wouldn't it have disintegrated by now???). Am currently looking for some type of doll restorer (or hoospital) to fix her up. Baby finger is gone and I think her eyes are rolling around inside her body. This one is approximately 30 in. and my maternal aunt also had one similar but shorter in length.

Jan 31, 2011
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Revalo doll
by: Diane

I didn't find a Revcilo doll but I did find a Revalo doll, which I think is the name written on her neck.

The German doll factory of Gebruder Ohlaver made Revalo character babies and toddlers and Revalo child dolls. The bisque head is mounted on a composition body.

Your doll has a ball jointed composition body. You didn't give any measurements on her height.

Jan Foulke's Guide to Dolls, page 146, only shows a picture of a toddler doll. There is no mold number 9 listed in the book.

She is a lovely doll.

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