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Hello Giuseppe, A good rule of thumb is to purchase doll that are in very good condition. Dolls that are wearing their original clothing, have original wigs, are free of cracks / splits with...
Sure wish I could be of more help but I have looked through my reference books and can't locate anything on these dolls. I did find a couple of them online that may give you an idea as to the...
C. 1900 untinted all Bisque Jester & Polichinelle dolls probably made in Germany. In the world of doll collecting condition is very important; paint loss and each has a damaged lower limb which does...
A very nice grouping of dolls!
The first doll you have pictured is a German Patent Washable doll. These dolls were produced by various German doll manufacturers from 1880 - 1915. Value...
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