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can't find anything on this porcelain doll it's got GB-123 on back if her neck and her clothes is marked number 3???

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    Posted 5 years ago

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    it was in a bunch of stuff that was left for me by my grand mommy and I can't find anything online about it? does anybody have any info it would be greatly appreciated

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
      She is a contemporary porcelain collector doll . She could be a reproduction by George Borgfeldt Co . But I can't see full marking so she is either a repro or a artist doll dating around 1980-1990's . Not a antique doll but meant to just be displayed , I can not read what is on tag on body can you write what it says ? She also maybe a mass produced doll of same time period by one of many companies producing these collector dolls. She is special because Your Grand Mother gave her to you :-)
    2. Cana, 5 years ago
      thank you for the info much appreciated butthat's not a tag it's those little keep fresh packs lol but if she was massed produced wouldn't it be easier to find something on her? just asking lol and I'm trying to sell her but can't find anything to v price her from
    3. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
      These dolls have very little value in today's market it is flooded with them , They were so popular to buy when antique dolls were selling very high so these dolls were more affordable but had look of a antique doll. The biggest market for buying them was woman age 50 and over . Your doll was most likely made in a doll making class where they provided you with a blank mold to paint , The mold was made from head of a antique doll so your doll would be a reproduction it is a copy of a antique doll some dolls were sculpted by doll artists and were new heads and those would not be called reproductions. The person that made her should have put initials or name on head since doll is not original I suspect they did that with the taped name . Do not expect much for her :-(
    4. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 5 years ago
      Mani is the best there is on this forum, with her credentials as a doll expert, she is a true gem on this site. :-)
    5. Manikin Manikin, 5 years ago
      Thank you Phil :-)

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