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Vanessa's likes1 of 7Nice Victorian silver pendant with Marcasites Vintage Snake pen
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    Posted 9 years ago

    rr11ccee
    (38 items)

    Experts,

    Any input on collectible and monetary value would be appreciated! I don't know anything about this piece nor where to go on-line to gather more information on it.

    Her clothing is very complicated and well made.

    Thanks,

    Eric

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 9 years ago
      She is a tourist novelty doll . Most likey made in Germany . I can't see her face clear enough to tell what it is made of . Dates from about 1940. The market for internationally dressed dolls has fallen a lot . She is precious piece of history
      Is her face like a light weight plastic or more like a compressed uneven wood mold ?
    2. rr11ccee rr11ccee, 9 years ago
      Like a light weight plastic
    3. Manikin Manikin, 9 years ago
      The face is most likely celluloid or the thin light weight composition that was used in the 40's . These dolls were often bought by servicemen while over seas and sent home to a Mother a daughter or wife ect. They are well dressed and Germany made lots of internationally dressed dolls from different countries

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