This is a charming petite 12" tall German bisque so-called Belton type fashion doll made by F. W. Goebel circa late 1800s. She is a bisque shoulder head doll marked on the back of her bald head with a triangle with a quarter moon intersecting it at the bottom - a Goebel mark. It is also marked 30 2, presumably a model and size number. This doll has her original kid and cloth body, though the upper kid skin portion of the arms looks like it has been refurbished. She has her original cotton slip and 2 piece fashion dress. The dress is a red and beige plaid in linsey woolsey. Her wig is a later replacement. She has stationary blue glass eyes.
Condition: The shoulder head is in good condition. No chips cracks or repairs. There is a little color loss on her cheeks and nose. She has one chipped finger tip on her left hand. Her dress has several areas that have worn through. There are some patches on her body.
She is a little charmer, and a nice early Goebel doll with a hard to find marking.
Item ID: SG14Mgfd414
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