Posted 6 years ago
All I know about this doll is that it is 6" tall, European (I have been told it may be French, English, Austrian, Dutch, German or Spanish), and that it is at least 100 years old, maybe 1910, or earlier.
I have discovered that it has an "M" in the back of the lower head and the word "gio" (or "910"), just below the "M". Maybe even Italian?
I know that the Muri Muri dolls also have an "M" mark in the back of the head/neck, but those dolls could never be confused with this one.
If anyone has any additional information about this doll, please let me know.