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2001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 3232001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 323

This is a real unique and beautiful 21 " doll, was stored when purchased and its condition is excellent! She is limited edition of 5,000 dolls made and this one is numbered #323. She has long and curly gorgeous Long blond KANEKALON Wig, which means you can wash the doll's hair. She has high quality Gotz Vinyl arms, legs, arms and head, cloth body, peach lips and blue sleep sweet eyes with real eyelashes. Her outfit is tagged and is really pretty made with high quality fabrics like her shoes and leggings. The doll is also marked on the back of her neck and in her belly.
She is all original, keeps her factory tag, from her neck it hangs a medal given to Elizabeth Cady Staton by the state of New York.. Her round eyeglasses are of gold color as the ones Ms. Stanton use to wear She is in like new condition and comes with her original wrist tag and box. These dolls are really hard to get specially in this condition.Made in Germany.
She comes in her original box, not pictured.

She was made by Gotz to honor Elizabeth Cady Stanton (November 12, 1815 – October 26, 1902) who was an American suffragist, social activist, abolitionist, and leading figure of the early women's rights movement. Her Declaration of Sentiments, presented at the Seneca Falls Convention held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York, is often credited with initiating the first organized women's rights and women's suffrage movements in the United States.[1][2] Stanton was president of the National Woman Suffrage Association from 1892 until 190

___________________ Gotz. Spielpuppen PLay Dolls. 1996.

Wilfred Gehrlicher.Gotz Spielpuppen, Puppenfabrik. GmbH. Neustadt b. Coburg.

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53-Year Old Doll Company Announces End To Production Gotz dolls, considered by some doll collectors to be the first company to produce a manufactured Artist Doll when they manufactured the dolls of famous doll artist Sasha Morgenthaler starting in 1965, announced this week that they are going out of business. Difficult Economy and Dropping Collector Demand

They are ceasing operations in the face of the difficult economy and a continuing drop, worldwide, in demand for high-end collectible dolls. According to a recorded message at the New York facility in Baldwinsville, New York, the decision to shut down was based upon "ongoing consumer caution both in Europe and in the United States, as well as the doll market's falling product turnover for the last three years." The recording also said that the remaining dolls will be sold through a special sales program with Gotz current retailers.

Final Date For Closure: March 31, 2004

Götz Puppenfabrik plans to close no later March 31, 2004.

How long has Götz been producing dolls?

Since 1950, when Marianne and Franz Götz founded Götz Puppenfabrik in Rodental. The first dolls were made of paper mache and were crafted with the help of five family members and sold directly to the public by Franz Götz.

What types of dolls does Götz produce today?

Götz is a German company with an American subsidiary based in the United States. The company today is run by the second-generation of the Götz family. 1950, when Marianne and Franz Götz founded Götz Puppenfabrik in Rodental. The first dolls were made of paper mache and were crafted with the help of five family members and sold directly to the public by Franz Götz. Götz dolls are still produced in Germany in one of the largest doll factories in the world. They produce several lines of dolls there--the hand-crafted dolls are made for play but are of high quality. They are created in association with doll artists. Each doll comes with a Götz bracelet, artist's signet and a certificate. The Artist Edition dolls are produced in limited or one-year productions. There are play dolls which are not limited and priced for wide distribution in specialty stores (dolls such as the inventively named Mini-Muffins, Muffins and Maxi-Muffins). Finally Götz also produces licensed dolls such as Harry Potter dolls in Europe (see below) and their Beatrix Potter collection introduced in 2001; these dolls have clothing embroidered with Beatrix Potter themes. Dolls that have been produced by Götz range in size from miniatures by German artist Ulrike Hutt up to nearly 40-inch dolls by Indonesian artist Dwi.

Is the company called Götz or Goetz?

Both are correct; Götz is more commonly used in Germany (the official name of the company there is Götz Puppenmanufaktur GmbH) and Goetz in the USA (the official name of the US company is Goetz Dolls, Inc.).

Why Is Götz Often Credited With Creating the First Modern Artist Doll?

In 1965, the first original dolls of famous doll artist Sasha Morgenthaler were reproduced and distributed by Götz. This is considered by many to be the first manufactured "Artist Doll."

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2001 GOTZ Artist Elizabeth Cady Stanton Doll 19" ~Limited~Edition # 323

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