805311 2 1/2" All Bisque Dutch Girl Figurine
This is a cute all bisque figurine of immobile 2 1/2" tall. It does not show the country of origin. She has yellow hair, a blue line in her cap and the dress has red trim. Her condition is good.
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805308 1 1/2" Bisque Figure of a Man Dickens Tupe Character
This is a very tiny and unusual all bisque figure of a man, sort of a Dickens type character like a barrister or debt collector. He wears a Gentlemens coat with tails in the back, a vest and a top hat. He has a very round stomach as men of means usually had in those times.
This could make a wonderful statue in decorating an antique a doll house. It would also be a nice addition to an all bisque immobile doll collection. His face in only 1/4", but does show some nice detail for something so small. The condition is good. He probably is from the early to mid 1900s.
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306251 This is a 14" molded mask face doll. The face is some type of plastic or celluloid material with painted features. She has brown eyes and lovely black hair. She has 2 rows of tightly wound curls, but then one section just seems to stick out. Maybe this was a hair style of the times. Everything else is still in good condition. Her body is all cloth and she is in her original ethnic dress. The dress is red with white sleeves, black insert under the vest portion of the dress and black apron. There is yellow ribbon trim at the bottom of the dress. Most of the ethnic dolls that I have seen with the red and black costumes represented Spanish costumes (such as the storybook dolls). Her shoes are black cotton with cardboard soles. She probably is from the 1930s to 50s. She is a very cute looking doll. Her body is probably stuffed with sawdust and is very sturdy. She is jointed at the hips and can be placed in a sitting position.
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302200 Lovely early 16" strung Toni doll in very good condition. She is still wearing her original dress in red and yellow piquet with original Ideal Toni label and red oil cloth center snap shoes. The petticoat is sewn into the dress. She has the old silk or rayon stockings. The jacket is false and sewn into the dress. It has a peter pan collar in yellow edged with lace, and there is a nice red trim with yellow and green embroidery which is on both the front of the jacket and skirt. She has platinum blond hair, blue or hazel green eyes and is marked P91 on the back. I do not see any ink spots or tears or stains on the outfit or the doll. I am not an expert on these dolls, but I think she is one of the earlier ones. On the lower corner of page 86 of "Ideal Dolls" by J. Izen, it shows the difference between the older and later P91 dolls, the earlier ones being a paler color and came with oilcloth shoes, which I think is the same as this doll.
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006084 This is an unusual (possibly one of a kind) doll, part of about 50 all different dolls of royalty that Irma Park made. This doll represents Marie Therese of Auatria, wife of Louis XIV of France, around 1660, and stands 7" tall. It is in near mint condition and has a paper tag that reads "N.I.A.D.A // IRMA PARK" still affixed to the back of her dress. There is another I.D. tag under the base #16. This series of dolls was made around 1956-1960 by Irma Park. The costuming is beautifully made with a rose velvet over dress addorned with rosettes of green satin ribbon, off white silk and lace under blouse, and gold braided trims. The under skirt has what I believe to be hand painted flowers and more gold braid trim. She carries long gloves and wears a beaded necklace. The doll is made of wax over porcelain.
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006083 This is an unusual (possibly one of a kind) doll, part of about 50 all different dolls of royalty that Irma Park made. This doll represents Louis XIV, King of France around 1660 and stands 7" tall. It is in near mint condition and has a paper tag that reads "N.I.A.D.A//IRMA PARK" still affixed to him. There is another I.D. tag under the base #16. This series of dolls was made around 1956-1960. The costuming is beautifully made with a light green velvet, off white silk, lace and fringe, embroidered gold ribbon, gold trims and gold lining for the cape. Red satin ribbon has been elaborately used throughout the costume. The shoes and stockings are elaborate as well. The doll is made of wax over porcelain.
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