Blonde bisque head boy by Alt Beck and Gottschalk, 22 inches. This young man is very handsome and not commonly seen. His head is turned to the left, and his bisque is tinted a pale pink, with well-painted facial features and a nicely defined nose. His bisque head has no flaws, although there is a small scratch on his left cheek. His deep shoulderplate is attached to a body that is the right size but not correct for this type of head. Let's not tell him, because he is obviously quite proud of his body and takes classical manly poses. This body has repairs to the leather, to one of his feet, and the back of the other ankle. His arms have been re-attached to fabric and are under the shoulderplate. Left arm was broken and repaired; that leads me to think these are his original arms. Someone has made him a sailor suit, he has tall black socks and replacement boots. All in all, this is a good looking guy who displays quite well.
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