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    Posted 7 years ago

    lambertkh
    (27 items)

    I found this doll at a local thrift store in Denver Co. and was curious as to its age and construction. The body is a soft stuffed and the head/arm/legs are a hard material with what I think is a plaster material covering. I cannot find any tag or indication of maker. Any help as to age and possible manufacturer would be most welcome.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 7 years ago
      Doll is made of composition and it is in pretty bad shape , composition when not stored right and dampness is it worse enemy will crack ,split and peel . Dates from 1920-1940. Most likely a made in USA doll and several companies made these . We call them Mama dolls as they usually had a crier in stomach a hard round object you can feel. Your's seems to be a boy . The original clothes may have had the makers name sewn into a label . Hard to know who made him but he has nearly no value in today's market so I would not worry about maker . To have him completely restored is very expensive and would not be worth the value of doll . If you love him just dress him up and enjoy him :-) He has a charm about him a bit of a character face rather than just a dolly face . You don't mention height and because back of neck is so damaged if the maker had their name there it has chipped off .
    2. lambertkh lambertkh, 7 years ago
      Thanks very much for all of the wonderful & helpful information. I appreciate your knowledge and the time you took to help me out.

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