The little time-out chair she's sitting in is not for sale, as I need it for all my misbehaving children. This little button spends a lot of time in this chair. She's always up to something. Standing at 7" tall with a head circumference of 4"--in case you want to fit her with a hat--she's a cute little blue-eyed (stationary) girl with a lively expression. Her wig is old--possibly original. The dress is old--vintage but of an antique design and it fits her well. She wears simple panties--certainly not original for a doll made in the early 20th c.
She has no shoes or socks. So far, she's happiest when barefoot. She's got a little scuff on one foot and a crack near a joint on her left leg but it's stable. Her body is in good shape overall--and the small size with all her ball joints is difficult to find.
You may have noticed her bunny in the basket. She's attached to it, so it comes with her. I have shown the marks on her head via photo but I also drew them--hopefully well enough. By what I can determine with that strange little crown on the left side of her head, her maker is William Goebel. Those who know bisque doll marks and molds will know for sure. If I am wrong, please let me know.
The dress she has is great. Add the proper unders and some stockings and shoes and she'll be dressed for school or church. And she can take her bunny with her.
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