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Lenci 300 Series

This adorable Lenci young man, from the 300 Series, with lovely painting to his lips, light brown eyes, and lashes. He retains his original blond mohair wig in an unruly style, and wears a wonderfully detailed costume executed in the 18th century taste, complete with a vest (Lenci tag attached to back) that shows fine embroidery. Plus, he retains his gilded wood walking stick that is crowned with a colorful posey.
The costume exhibits some light fading to the front, but otherwise remains in very good condition overall.

Measures: 19" tall overall

Thank you, E.








Kathe Kruse Doll I

Kathe Kruse Doll I Boy with original paint in very good condition showing minor losses upon the beautifully painted brown hair at seams, and a few cheek rubs. Further details include nicely detailed brown eyes that are complete with delicate striations, all on a cloth body with wide hips.
Concerning his clothing, it is vintage, commercially constructed, and exquisitely styled and tailored, but we are not positive that it is Kruse. Regardless, the presentation of this very handsome example is outstanding.

17" tall overall








"Fascist Boy"

11 1/2" Lenci boy with nicely painted brown eyes and lashes, who retains a beautiful head of light brown mohair. He wears one of the several variations of the "Fascist" costume, although the hat may be a replacement. The overall condition of this hard to find model is quite good.

Thank you, M.






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

Measures: 7 1/2" tall

Thank you, C.







"Junior Miss"

20 1/2" very stylish "Junior Miss" from the EFFANBEE Company – "A Doll with GLAMOUR" reads her wrist tag. Details of this all original example who retains her rare original box (fair condition – losses and repairs), include composition in lovely condition, with light crazing and just one small area of lifting in the nostril area. The eyes are beautifully painted, as are the brows and mouth, while the wig of long auburn yarn is spectacular for its styling, and even retains the original navy blue bow.
Junior Miss on a cotton-stuffed cloth body with composition hands, wears a smashing lounging ensemble of red slacks, an off-white top with coordinating red and blue felt hearts, a blue sash, along with the original stockings and sandals.
A wonderful opportunity to regain your childhood doll!









1950s Madame Alexander "Wendy Ann" a bent-knee walker who is sweetly costumed as a ballerina. The costume is complete with its original tag.

Measures: 8" tall








Wonderful folk art style cloth Kitty - great with your early one of a kinds, or rag dolls.

Measures: 5" tall, overall








What a lot of detail lavished on a petite example from the Lenci firm!
Details of this handsome Italian soldier, who dates from the early 1930s and stands ten inches tall overall, include a wonderful uniform of deep green felt (now faded to a lighter shade), leggings worn over his trousers, leather shoes and an amazing oilcloth hat with a cascade of iridescent feathers! He retains a painted wooden dagger worn in a scabbard found under his coat!
The condition is good due to the above mentioned fading and there is some spotting to his left cheek.








Uncut booklet of Jackie and Joan paper dolls from the series “A Queen Holden cut-out doll with clothes to dress.” Published by the Whitman Co., U.S.A., 1933.
Jackie measures 6-1/2” tall and Joan, 7-1/2” tall. Each doll has seven adorable detailed outfits.








Nancy Ann Storybook Family Series “Bride” with frozen legs. She wears her original tulle-accented gown and veil, complete with gold wrist tag, booklet and box. Lovely condition.
Measures: 5-3/4”








Fairy Tale Series “Little Boy Blue Come Blow Your Horn” with jointed legs and wearing a satin outfit trimmed in spider web lace.


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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