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Name: Rose-Marie DEMELY
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Kit: By Lynn Griffin – “Summer Serenade Value Pack”.

Many early Antique Bisque Dolls were usually small dolls. Either a stiff frozen unjointed figure or jointed with wire attachment or strung with string or elastic. They were manufactured as early as the 1860's and even into the 1940's. The earlier Dolls were made of all bisque had molded styled hair, others had molded hats or bonnets. Some had "bald" heads with a tiny pate to hold a tiny wig. Some were modeled nude, others had molded bisque clothing. Molded and painted boots or shoes and socks were common. During the 1880's, through the early 1900s, Wanamaker, Marshall Fields, and Montgomery Ward all advertised small bisque dolls. As with most dolls of this period, Germany manufactured and supplied the major stores in the US. Many all bisque dolls bear the mark "Germany", while others have only a number to identify.
· Date: Wed June 23, 2010 · Views: 57
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