Unusual dollhouse girl with blonde hair and glass eyes. Full of personality, with crisply molded features. This 7 inch sweet girl is incised 123 on the back left of her shoulderplate and 510 on the right. I am not sure if the unusual one piece body is original or not, nor am I sure the legs or arms are original, but they might be. As is obvious, the upper arm fabrics do not match each other, nor do they match the linen of the body. The hands seem to be a smaller scale than the head. The legs, of course, are not tinted bisque.....none of these disqualifies this from being a wonderful little girl, with eager glass eyes, a perky well- formed nose, round little cheeks, bold eyebrows, and just as pretty as can be. I believe her wig is original, somewhat sparse, and there seems to be either a pate or a paper wig base. Her bisque is in excellent condition, with a chip to her left boot, and that is all. Her handmade clothing is very charming, with a few stitched repairs, overall in good used condition. A number of companies used mold number 123, and a few others used 510, none matching up. On this size doll, many companies used an entirely different system from their other dolls. I was told this was a Kling when I purchased her...I cannot verify. Nothing to impede your enjoyment.
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