Antique German Armand Marseille Queen Louise 390 bisque porcelain composition joined doll. Stained dress and mild discoloration on left hand (see photo).
Antique German Doll believed to have been made in 1903 by Schoenau & Hoffmeister with the Child Dolly Face Mold 5500-8. Schoenau & Hoffmeister Character Doll, 24 tall, bisque socket head, jointed composition body, Mohair wig, rounded sleep eyes, painted brows, open mouth with 4 teeth. The composition body has 10 joints with wooden forearms and legs. This doll is marked on the back of her head with a. Star and S and H on either side with a PB in the center of the star. This stands for Porzellanfabrik Burggrub, the name of the German factory in Burggrub. The doll is in very good condition for her age, comes with her original shoes but one is missing a buckle. The crocheted headpiece appears to be original, the dress may or may not be. But both are very old.
Introducing a Timeless Treasure: Antique Reproduction Bruno Schmidt Mold 500 Asian Influence Bisque Doll. Step into the enchanting world of vintage dolls with our exquisite Antique Reproduction Bruno Schmidt Mold 500 Asian Influence Bisque Doll. This exceptional piece is a testament to the artistry and craftsmanship of a bygone era, and it’s sure to capture the hearts of collectors and enthusiasts alike. A Glimpse into Elegance. This stunning reproduction doll pays homage to the classic Bruno Schmidt mold 500, portraying it as an Asian Influence masterpiece. Clad in a resplendent, multicolored satin tunic with a rich forest green lining, and paired with matching forest green drawstring pants, this doll exudes grace and charm. Her soft olive complexion is the canvas for a delicately crafted face that features almond brown eyes, meticulously detailed multi-sweep eyebrows, finely lined upper and lower eyelashes, nose accents, an open/closed bud-shaped mouth with adorable teeth, and a defined chin. The crowning glory of this petite beauty is her long, straight wig, elegantly fixed to her pate and cascading down to her knees. The doll’s jointed lady body is in impeccable condition, free from any issues around the neckline or joints. She stands gracefully, holding her pose with poise and elegance. Completing her ensemble are a pair of black shoes adorned with gold embellishments, perfectly matching the buttons on her exquisite tunic. Every detail of this doll reflects the care and dedication of its creators, making it a true work of art. A Glimpse into History. Bruno Schmidt, the visionary behind this doll, founded a doll factory in 1900 in Waltershausen, Germany. His legacy is etched into this doll with the distinctive marking “BSW” inside a heart, located on the doll’s back neck beneath the wig. The doll mold number “500″ proudly designates it as an Asian Influence mold, adding to its historical significance. This Antique Reproduction Bruno Schmidt Mold 500 Asian Influence Bisque Doll is more than a collectible; it’s a journey through time, a piece of history, and a testament to the enduring allure of vintage dolls. It awaits a new home, and a collector who will appreciate its beauty and craftsmanship. Don’t miss the opportunity to bring this captivating piece into your collection. With its rich history and exquisite details, it’s sure to become a cherished heirloom for generations to come. Act quickly, as treasures like this are not easily found. Become the proud owner of a piece of doll history. This is your chance to own a timeless work of art that will captivate hearts and stand as a testament to the elegance of a bygone era. The stand shown in the photos is for show only and does not come with the doll. According to the Estate. This doll was owned by a doll collector and was on display in a closed cabinet. This doll was stored in a climate-controlled environment without exposure to pets or the elements. Any errors or omissions are unintentional and are based on my personal research. See the Photos and the Video (if available); they are an essential part of the description. Favorite our Shop as we roll out more Antique and Artist Signed and Artist Produced Original Limited-Edition Dolls in porcelain, latex and celluloid over the following weeks including other reproduction Brus and Jumeaus, Patricia Bjonness-Jacobsen, Heidi Plusczok, Thelma Resch, Kaye Wiggs, Karen McDonald, and Janis Berard among other Doll Artists. Thank you for stopping by our small business in the Mid-West and Visit Our Store for More Antique and Vintage Finds! This is for your and our safety. 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This pretty girl has stationary eyes. Her bisque is free of damage. There are hair and glue residues to the head. Paint rub to the nose. The doll has no eyelashes. The wig is French human hair and is not original to the doll. Besides the typical wear to composition body, the doll has an issue with her feet. Looks like they were wet at some point, what caused to the mold that she has to her feet. It is possibly removable, at least part of the mold. The pinky on the right hand is repaired and is missing some of the top layer. Stringing is not very tight, but is good as is. The doll is coming with beautiful dress with matching bonnet. Looks like there were feathers originally, but they are missing. Two piece underwear, stockings and shoes are included. Please refer to the pictures for more details.
A sweet early 1900s antique 7 inch German Bisque socket head Butcher doll wired at the neck, shoulders and hips with glass eyes. He comes with his Butcher shop wood dollhouse. His eyes open and close as they should. No cracks or breaks composition body open mouth showing teeth.
This doll is not in great shape, but very unique. It’s missing part of one foot. His hat isn’t attached. His hair is tangled up inside the cap. The cap lining material is tangled up as well. See the last 3 photos of the back of the hat, top of the hat, and back of the hat. One of his straps is missing, but his sword is well attached under his belt.
Here is a sweet pair of dressed dolls. The clothes are fully removable. The outfit of the male doll is tightly fits and was not completely completely removed to prevent damage. The dolls are in good overall condition. There is a crack on the side of the head of one of the dolls. There are also some paint imperfections to both dolls. All the flaws can be seen on the photos. Clothes are not original, but are most likely not recent. There is some dust to the pants, otherwise the clothes are in good condition. No stands to the dolls. Please refer to the pictures for more details.
A gorgeous 22 German Wax Over Papier Mache Doll Pumpkin head with Pierced Ears in the original beautiful dress, pantaloons and petticoat. She has gorgeous pink cheeks, bright brown glass eyes, ruby red mouth and her ears are pierced with one earring still dangling from her right ear. She has beautiful coiffure with gorgeous curls in the back. She wears beautiful period high color dress synched at the wasp waste. She is truly gorgeous. The dress is very brittle, with a few tears that can be easily mended. She is in very good antique condition considering she was made in 1850s with some expected wear to wax and paint on shoes. Her limbs are made of wood. Please look at photos and ask any questions.
Early, sweet-faced, rare 24 closed mouth bisque turned shoulder-head antique doll circa 1890. RARE GERMAN FASHION DOLL. Jointed, Gusseted white leather body with bisque arms and hands. She has beautiful spiral brown glass sleep-eyes, with a closed mouth. Beautiful full color face with fine features and a dimple in her chin. Vintage blonde mohair wig with original plaster pate in good condition. Plaster pate is glued on. She is wearing a velvet skirt with mink accented velvet hat and cape. Original antique dress with lace petticoat and a set of bloomers. Black knit socks and antique button shoes. Also, she has a Mink Purse with the actual mink face on the front. The head and shoulder-plate are in flawless condition, with no chips, cracks, or hairlines visible. The original white leather body is in good shape and filled with sawdust. Please study the pictures carefully, as they are a part of the description. Thanks for looking and please check my other listings for more vintage and antique dolls, etc.