This 11 ½ inch tall doll, circa the early 20th century, is quite unusual. While I do believe this a factory original doll, I have never seen one like it before. The doll has two German bisque bonnet heads. They are identical molds but have been painted in different colors. The lace trimmed wool dresses are also made from same pattern but one is light green and one is red. The skirt for both dolls is in the red color fabric. The torso of the doll is cloth while the arms are glazed porcelain/china. The heads are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. The china lower arms are perfect except for a chip to the fingers on the right hand of the doll dressed in light green. If you are a collector of two faced or topsy turvy dolls, here is a rare example that you will probably never see again.
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