This assortment of souvenir Indian or Native American dolls cover a period from early 20c. to the 1940s. They range in size from 3-1/2" to 9". The tallest 9" doll has a German bisque head with 7/0 as the only markings. The head is fired bisque (some irregularity to the glaze) with no damage. The eyes are set. This doll has its original black mohair wig. Someone was in the process of redressing him in wool fringed outfit. The body is a crude 5 piece type in ore of a French style. The shoes are molded on and have heels and are painted a mustard yellow to look like moccasins. The head, arms and legs are jointed. The next tallest doll is another German bisque though this one is painted bisque. He is marked 46 and a mold number that I can not read. He has war paint on his face and his original wig. His flannel outfit is also original. He stands 8" tall. Next is a 6-1/2" Japanese painted bisque in original oilcloth outfit and beading accents. This doll has no condition issues. Arms are jointed and legs are rigid. The next two are a set of dolls in their original paper box. The dolls are 5" tall. The girl is still in her shiny plastic wrap. They are dressed in oilcloth fringed outfits with lots of beading. They are just about the same for condition as the day they were purchased. They have jointed arms and rigid legs. The last little one is a Japanese immobile wrapped in leather and a wee shawl from a flannel blanket. He or she has some light paint chipping as seen in the photos. He stands 3-1/2" tall.
Childhood Delights, German, French, American Dolls & Accessories, Teddies and Friends, Doll Textiles
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