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    Posted 5 years ago

    loumoo
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    These dolls belonged to my Great Grandma and are possibly about 130 years old. I'm guessing the two larger dolls are from a set but each of the smaller dolls are different to the others. The one with the mint dress with a tie around the waist has a hole in the top of it's head. The dolls are bisque and have hinged limbs. I would love to know more about these dolls if anyone can help.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
      The little one with hair is a dollhouse doll most likely made in Germany check back for markings . Dating early 20th century . The Little one in blue dress can you look at back of her neck or her back for any markings . Also a doll house doll German made . The 2 with bows seem to be stone bisque and these were made more in Japan are they marked on backs ? Wonderful collection of dollhouse dolls . They are all in homemade clothes perhaps Your Great Grandmother made them as a young girl . Or she may have acquired them at a older age .

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