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Among the more unusual of the Lenci models, we are pleased to offer a marvelous Googly-eyed Lady who remains in very good condition, overall. Details include lovely painting of lashes, brows and lips, brown glass eyes that flirt back and forth, and a lovely blonde mohair hairstyle that is swept back and terminates in a braid that is held with in a net. Her costume, that retains original tags, is a work of felt art, and includes such details as a hoop worn under the skirt, and a matching drawstring purse. There are scattered areas of moth issues that include a few pin holes, plus a minor loss upon her upper left temple.
All in all, this very hard to find model remain a jewel.

Doll measures: 20 1/2" overall.








Baby Dimples

Can you imagine the joy of waking up on Christmas morning to find this beautiful doll waiting for you under the tree? Such was the experience for one lucky girl many years ago. Here we offer a magnificent 22" long Baby Dimples, from the Horsman Doll Company - a composition baby with a matte finish that remains in excellent condition, both on the head and the limbs. The facial features bear beautiful paint, and the caramel brown sleeping eyes are brilliant. The dress and bonnet of peach dotted swiss remain in very good condition (minor scattered pinholes) and feature the original tag. The oil cloth shoes and socks remain in excellent condition as well.
There is a bit of residue upon the stuffed cotton body, most likely remnants from the doll's "plastic pants" - but otherwise, there are no apologies here, for this very sweet baby doll.








14 1/2" Lenci, a very special, rarely found model featuring the Lucia face, but representing a boy about whose intended heritage we can only guess, but we believe wearing a South American folk costume. Details include side glancing brown eyes, lovely facial features upon an ethnic skin tone and a black mohair wig styled in a boy's cut.
This example is virtually free of moth issues, while the costume is an artistic masterpiece, retains the original stockings and shoes, and is complete with the original wooden accessory -- a carved walking stick with a forked end.
In excellent condition overall, and complete with the original cloth and paper tags.







Circa 1892, from the Arnold Print Works of North Adams, Massachusetts, here is a single version of "Uncle Sam" from the set of Palmer Cox Brownies. Firmly stuffed with natural cotton, and in excellent condition (minor snag on left ankle).
Great on the doll room wall, shelf, or even your Christmas tree.

Measures: 7 1/2" tall








This colorful souvenir doll from Norah Wellings features a velvet mask face with painted features, blonde mohair pigtails and charm galore. She wears a brilliant folk costume of velvet, muslin and felt.
In good condition, overall showing light moth issues, normal wear and light soil.

Measures: 11-1/2" tall








Circa 1892, from the Arnold Print Works of North Adams, Massachusetts, here is a single version of "Tabby Cat" from one of the desirable sets of Palmer Cox animals.
Firmly stuffed with natural cotton, and in very good condition, the charm of this piece is undeniable.

Measures: 6 3/4" tall

Thank you, R.








One of the "dolls by the yard" of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this version is from the Saalfield Publishing Company of Akron, Ohio, with a copyright date of 1907.
Depicted here is the Greenaway Muslin Doll upon a crisp, uncut sheet.
The colors are lovely, but note scattered foxing overall.

Measures: 17 1/4" wide x 17 3/4" tall

Thank you, L.







This colorfully dressed souvenir doll from Norah Wellings features a velvet mask face with painted features, and abundant charm. He wears a brilliant costume of velvet and felt.
In good condition overall, showing normal wear and light soil. Complete with a cloth tag inside his hat that reads:

Measures: 8-1/4" tall








13 1/4" brilliantly colorful cloth doll from the Georgene Averill line, highlights include a mask face with painted features, "blonde" yarn hair styled in long curls, dramatic applied eyelashes – all on a cloth body in good condition.
She wears very nicely detailed clothing and classic oilcloth shoes. Best of all, the doll retains her original tag that denotes her "A Genuine Georgene Doll."

Thank you, L.








Charming 7" Japanese doll for the tourist trade featuring a selection of six masks. Dating from the late 1950s, and still housed in its original divided box, the overall condition is very good, with scattered minor paint flaking.
The underside of the box lid clearly details the identity of each mask, used in traditional Japanese dances.

Thank you, J.







Boxed Nancy Ann Storybook "Friday's Child" from the Dolls of the Day Series, with frozen legs. She wears her original floral print dress and hair ribbon, and is complete with her "present" still tied to her wrist, as Friday's child is "loving and giving." Lovely condition.
Measures: 5-1/2”







Nancy Ann Storybook Doll Southern Bellefrom the American Girl Series #57. She has jointed legs with molded socks and is wearing a yellow taffeta floral print dress, with a separate cotton slip and a large woven picture hat.


Since we all know time flies, you will have your doll at home in your arms in no time at all!

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