WW1 Italian French Light Infantry Bisque Doll 8" Crown Mark Germany 18 x-museum

This little guy was bought at auction and is an ex Springfield Muesum doll. Marked with Crown (Goebel?)and Germany also #18. I see no chips or cracks to this doll, except this one has a chip from the back side of a finger. Also missing one shoulder fringed pad. I did clean this one's face and it cleaned nicely. They have 4 teeth. I do not know what the hair is made of it is a fiber material. This one the hat is fixed. Auction I bought it from listed as follows:

8 1/2" ITALIAN WWI LIGHT INFANTRY SOLDIER DOLL W/ BISQUE HEAD, COMPOSITION ARMS & HANDS & CLOTH BODIES that come apart with a cardboard insert with BLACK UNIFORMS W/ FEATHERED HATS, BLACK BOOTS & Lead SWORD ON PAPER COVERED PLATFORMS (CIRCA 1918)(EX-SPRINGFIELD Also I am adding this info as well..... The Bersaglieri (Italian pronunciation: [bersaʎˈʎɛːri]) (Marksmen in English) are a corps of the Italian Army originally created by General Alessandro La Marmora on 18 June 1836 to serve in the Piedmontese Army, later to become the Royal Italian Army. They have always been a high-mobility light infantry unit, and can still be recognized by the distinctive wide brimmed hat that they wear (only in dress uniform in modern times), decorated with black capercaillie feathers. And the feathers are usually applied to their combat helmets.
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The mark I think could be 1923 Goebel. Although they seem older. The soldier uniform maybe 1918. He is in overall very good condition. Remember this is one of two. e-questions. From auctions all over eastern usa. Check out my other items !

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