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I have acquired an antique/vintage full composition jointed doll that is approx. 23 in size - doll has painted eyes and a sweet face. It is jointed
I have a honey Effanbee doll from the 1950s. She is currently in her bridal dress but originally she also had an after wedding outfit of blueish shiny
I stopped collecting dolls for a while. THen while doing some Flea marketing for a new project I came across these 2 beauties (see photos). I like a mystery
I purchased this doll because it has a tongue. I can't find anything that states the 251 mold has a tongue. Also, she has a mark I cannot identify
This looks like an early Grodnertal wooden tuck comb doll with its face repainted. She has one wooden earring that looks very similar to the authentic