**My first picture is a Rubylane Processing photo, so I apologize for the green of my original backgound showing through her veil which is not green but the usual white netting. Thank you**** Very nice example of the F&B Little Lady dolls of the 1940's. These were the early fashion predecessors to Cissy and Miss Revlon, and I feel somewhat overlooked. These dolls have been dressed in historical outfits, play dresses, negligees, skating outfits, and of course bridal outfits, etc. This pretty lady has her original satin gown, panties, shoes, socks and veil. Her veil has little pearls and has been stitched to her hair. The veil has a few small holes and some soiling. Her dress is very nice, does have a small tear on the back. Her sandals are very nice. She has good composition, very minor crazing. She has a small, hairline crack on the top of her left leg and an old repair on the left side of her face at the base of her neck. Her middle finger on her left hand has a crack but it looks like it is in the paint, not through. Her fingers are very nice aside from this. Thick mohair wig, nice blue eyes. Oh, she has those three dimples on her back and I'm to assume that when she was being molded the dimples for her behind were shifted at bit! This makes her special. She is marked Effanbee on her neck and back. Beautiful May Bride~~~
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