Franklin Mint Coca-Cola Doll, Victorian Boy w/Cart

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 08,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Victorian Boy

Franklin Mint Coca~Cola Collectors Doll

Up for auction is this wonder FRANKLIN MINT Collector Doll.

His body, arms, legs, and head are all crafted from fine bisque porcelain. His head, arm, and legs all move freely. He has inset glass eyes with lashes. He has soft brown hair and a freckled face.

He is dressed in wonderful Victorian clothing. Brown plaid pants with suspenders, cream button up shirt, trimmed in the same plaid as the pants, little black bow tie, and his hat is black with the plaid trim. He has on black socks, and tan and cream colored lace up shoes.

He is riding his wooden crate cart, t are four wheels and the crate itself says Coca~Cola Bottling Co. Atlanta, GA.

Victorian boy stands about 19" tall

His toy cart is 9 1/2" tall x 11 1/2" long x 5" wide.

This is a wonderful collectors doll, in mint condition, I still have the original box he was shipped and stored in basically since I purchased him. Great addition to any collection!!!

I also have the other dolls in this collection available, so please check them all out!!

Please look over all pictures and email me if you have any questions.

Thanks for looking and Happy Bidding!!!

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