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Antique Wooden Doll

by Lindsay
(Wisconsin)

They call her Pipchin

They call her Pipchin

My mother's grandmother had several dolls at her house when my mother was little. Now the doll has been passed on to me, and I am unsure what the age and value of it is.

Can anyone help me? It looks to be wooden, and looks a little rough...but my mother thinks she is at least 100 years old.

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Aug 29, 2013
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Antique Wooden Doll
by: Anonymous

She is a "Miss Dolly" all wooden doll produced by the Albert Schoenhut Company. Her limbs are spring jointed making it possible to for her to be posed in various positions. She's a great doll and the more original you can keep her, the more value she will have (Not to mention sentimental value).

Jun 28, 2011
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Schoenhut
by: Anonymous

Hi; try the Lotz pages for wooden dolls; you can google the key terms. Then, look up the name "Schoenhut," dolls made by Albert Schoenhut in the US in around 1910.

Jun 27, 2011
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They call her Pipchin
by: Anonymous


Any markings on her neck and/or body? Length? Who is Pipchin? Body looks to be of composition. Is the head porcelain? Eyes open & close or painted on?

The more info, the better. Pictures of doll without clothes helps.

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